4-D Science Plant Cell Model
Our price: $30.95
All the complexities of plant cells can be hard to digest with just book learning. So the 4-D Science Plant Cell Model provides a unique way for learning the essential components to these building blocks of life.
Detailed Puzzles, Built to Last
Each six-inch Plant Cell Model contains 26 super-detailed detachable pieces and features cutaway sections of the various cell parts. Assemble and disassemble as many times as you like, as these 4-D science puzzles are made to last.
Great for Biology Studies
Each 4-D Science Plant Cell Model includes an illustrated guidebook and a display stand. Great for any child studying biology! For ages eight and older.
About 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.
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
Made In: China
Age Recommendation: 8+
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
My son and I loved putting this model together. It was a little tough getting some of the outer pieces to fit together, but we got it. We did crack the front view panel, but my son still found the project awesome since he loves all things plants. All in all, this was still a great project for him.
This was a fun evening of putting together this Plant Cell Model. Our outer Cell Wall never seemed to line up right no matter how we tried, and the instructions were a little iffy. This would be best used in part of a botany unit, to reinforce the parts of a plant cell. We still have it displayed but it doesn't hold up great with a toddler in the house and is constantly falling apart, but it's really cool to have out in the classroom.
See it, touch it, say it. The multisensory approach is a good way to increase the likelihood of retaining information learned. However, fitting the green pieces together proved frustrating. Bought for middle school use.
My son is a visual learning so anything I can do to help him remember the facts is great. He could not wait to put to put this together. We do go back and use as reference and he likes being able to touch it and not just see something in a book.
Not impressed by it, my son doesn't even pay attention to it after he put it together