Inside Out Lenticular Human Body Poster Review & Giveaway

Having written before about this family’s love for science (especially my guys’ love for science), I’ve shared experiments, things we’ve studied, and more. Science is easily studied, but it can become so much more real when you have the right manipulatives and illustrations on hand….for instance, this next product from Educational Insights.

The Inside Out Lenticular Human Body Poster is a fabulous way to study the human body and to see it in a whole new light. We can’t really imagine what lies underneath our skin; we can try, but it’s illustrated posters and pictures like this that make it become very real. This poster is a kind of 3D poster that changes depending on the angle that you hold it. It can be hard to see the different parts, but it is truly an awesome way to get to know what is inside our bodies.

So, what all can you see with this Human Body Poster? How is it different from other human body posters? Well, you get 4 views with this poster. The first view is 2 kids, a boy and a girl. Another view would be the organs, such as the brain, intestines, stomach, heart, lungs, etc. Next is the muscular system, and lastly, is the skeletal system. It really puts a whole new perspective on how amazing the human body is…how intricately detailed it is. For us, it’s a great way to talk about Creation and how amazing it is that God thought of every little detail when creating our bodies….how incredibly amazing it is that all of these parts come together to form a body that works together in every way.

You can purchase the Inside Out Lenticular Human Body Poster for $19.99 from Educational Insights; it’s geared for ages 8-11. This poster is definitely a great supplement for any study of the human body. We are actually keeping it hung up in our little classroom area of the kitchen. It’s made of a sturdy material, so it doesn’t bend or tear at all, making it perfect for my boys. It’s fun just to sit and pore over sometimes, looking at all the organs and bones. The muscular system just flat out amazes me. You can Like Educational Insights on Facebook.

The great news is that Educational Insights is giving one MamaBuzz reader the Inside Out Lenticular Human Body Poster. You can enter to win by doing one or more of the following; just be sure to leave a separate comment for each way that you enter. I’ll draw the winner, via on Tuesday, August 9. This giveaway is open to U.S. and Canada (void where prohibited). Good luck, and have a wonderful day!

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(Disclosure: I received an Inside Out Lenticular Human Body Poster, free of charge, from Educational Insights, for the purposes of this review. All views/opinions remain solely my own.)

Mel Lockcuff

Mel is a wife and homeschool mom to 2 boys, as well as a lifestyle and travel blogger residing in Northwest Arkansas. She recently published her first eBook, Blog Design Elements of Success. You can find Mel on Twitter @mellockcuff, as well as on Instagram and Facebook, or contact her via email at
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    Lenticular printing is an excellent way to create educational tools like this one. It’s usually used for promotional items like business cards, direct mails, and book covers. It’s great when technology and learning can come together.

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    Raven In A Blue Room says

    while I was the chemistry geek my daughter is more into Anaheimture and animals

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

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    Tracy says

    Everything about science intrested me as a kid, and my ten year old is the same. She wants to be a scientist when she grows up, and is always reserching female scientists. She is one smart little girl to, she just may well do it!

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    Angela Morales says

    It amazes me that we evolved to this point when there was only a slim to none chance of it ever happening!

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    Danelle says

    I think it amazes both me and the kids on how complex our bodies really are and how fragile. But yet we are so strong and we look easily made.

    danellejohns at gmail dot com

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    Maureen says

    I home school my three little ones and they are absolutely fascinated about the human body. My daughter has asthma so she loves the lungs and my son had a severe burn so he likes to learn how the body heals itself.

    This was a neat review…thanks!

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    Wendy M says

    The complexity of the human body amazes us. It is amazing how God formed us, and every part works together so beautifully.

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    Mitchell Close says

    All science amazes my children, especially everything in chemistry. They love learning about the elements!

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    I’m so glad I just came across this giveaway. We are doing Apologia Anatomy and Physiology this year. My daughter and I are both enjoying it. My daughter has been amazed and sometimes even grossed out by the human body systems!

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    flared0ne says

    It is amazing to see how precisely we can predict the results of things, of chemical mixtures and harvests and explosions and how things will break. NUMBERS are tied so directly to how the universe works, how particles behave, how radio waves move, how light reflects… Science is stubborn and patient, finding ways to study previously unknown things and to be able to reproduce predictable results. The more you learn, the more you know, the more you can DO!

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    Jane H says

    It amazes me that just about everything can be explained by some form of science. My son wants to be a physical therapist. He would love this poster. Thank you for the opportunity to win.


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