Human Body Cut Out
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THE HUMAN BODY
This is a copy of a model made in the 1940's and given away as a supplement to The New People's Physician. This is a model of the human body which can be folded out to reveal different body systems -- skeletal, muscular, circulatory, and nervous.
INSTRUCTIONS: Print out both sides of piece #1. Cut out the images and glue together. Print out both sides of piece #2. Cut out the images and glue together. Print out both sides of the Stomach. Cut out the images and glue together. Print out both sides of the Organs. Cut out the images and glue together. Piece #3 is the base. You do not need to cut out this image. In fact, it is better to glue this entire sheet to a piece of poster board to give make it rigid. Glue one edge of Piece #2 onto Piece #3. The stomach and the organs are applied to Piece #2. Then glue one side of Piece #1 onto Piece #2 and the model is complete. You can then fold over the pieces to reveal the entire human body in sections. We will be providing a video tutorial as soon as we get a video camera.
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