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Learning Resources Cross-section Animal Cell Model

Theme/Subject: Animal - Skill Learning: Microbiology, Animal Cell - 7-11 Year
  • Makes teaching parts of an animal cell easy
  • Soft foam, cross-section design shows key parts of animal cell
  • Perfect tool for children to practice for their next test
  • Reference guide provides fun activity ideas and facts to encourage learning
  • For children ages 9 and up

Item: LRNLER1900
Manufacturer: Learning ResourcesView similar

$18.50 / EA
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Animal cell model makes teaching the parts of an animal cell easy. The soft foam, cross-section cell splits in half to show the key parts of an animal cell, including the nucleus, nucleolus, vacuole, centrioles, cell membrane and more. One hemisphere is labeled with the parts of the cell while the other features only letters next to each cell part, making it a natural tool for children to practice for their next test. The included reference guide provides fun activity ideas and facts about animal cells to encourage learning. Animal cell model is designed for children ages 9 and up.

Product NameCross-section Animal Cell Model
Product TypeAnatomy Model
ManufacturerLearning Resources
Manufacturer Website Address
Packaged Quantity1 / Each
Manufacturer Part NumberLER1900
Brand NameLearning Resources
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Skill Learning
  • Microbiology
  • Animal Cell
Recommended Age7-11 Year
Physical Characteristics
Certifications & Standards


Package Contents
  • Cross-Section Animal Cell Model
  • Reference Guide
Assembly RequiredNo
Country Of OriginChina

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