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Mind Webs: Human Body

Anna Claybourne

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Mind Webs, For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 9 years, Prose: non-fiction, Science & technology: general interest (Children's, Educational: Biology

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Help science make sense with Mind Webs! Twelve beautifully illustrated webs show how information about the human body link in a truly fascinating and memorable way.

Help science make sense with Mind Webs! Twelve beautifully illustrated webs show how science works in a truly fascinating way. Mind webs, also known as spidergrams or mind maps, are great for learning about the science of your body.

In this book you can find out how your muscles, skeleton, heart, lungs and brain work, learn how your nervous system helps your senses, what jobs your skin, hair and nails have, and how your body fights illness.

With more than 200 illustrations showing how the human body works, this series is perfect for visual learners.

The Mind Webs series are great revision tools for students at Key Stage 2, and are also excellent for gaining a clearer understanding of how science works.

Includes advice on how to make your own mind web.

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