4D Torso Puzzle
It was the 4-D Torso Puzzle that was the beginning of our addiction to these collectible-quality puzzles. While a mere 32 pieces, it was challenging for the entire family and remains one of our favorites today. There are many torso models currently on the market, but none are as demanding. Put this together a couple of times and you will definitely know your basic internal anatomy!
The finely-detailed sculpturing with hand-painted parts ensures that this puzzle is up to medical-school quality. Not quite five inches tall when assembled, so fine motor skills are a must, but even the youngest child will enjoy studying the various components and their placement. For those who want to know, a bladder is depicted but there are no gender-related details.
About Museum-Quality 4-D Puzzles
Enthusiasts of these startlingly lifelike puzzles are multiplying rapidly and it is no wonder why. These ingenious, museum-quality puzzles have been highly recognized for their authenticated look, meticulous finishing, and fastidious painting. Marketed as 4-D Puzzles, the fourth "D" denoting the "detailed" aspect to the three-dimensional puzzles, not only is the company undergoing exponential growth, but so are the knockoffs. Don't settle for the cheaper versions, they will cause your child nothing but grief.
Spend Hours Learning by Doing
Each one of these puzzles can be put together and pulled back apart countless times, which is perfect for families with many children. They do contain small parts that can be a choking hazard for younger children, but children six years and older will spend hours learning while doing.
Manufacturer: Fame Master
Product Size: 11.5cm/4.5in tall
Made In: China
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
Super fun despite not noticing how small it is but still a fun way to explore the body.
Just in case you’re like me and don’t pay too much attention- this thing is tiny! Lol.
Good puzzle though!
Very difficult, but it kept our attention.
Challenging but detailed
This is an interesting spin on a puzzle. My boys had a bit of a hard time putting it back together. They enjoyed playing with it, however they mostly liked to take it apart and play with all the organs separately. They are 5 and 8 and found this to be fascinating.