Anatomy Books For Kids
This month we have been learning all about the Anatomy. We have been using My Little Hands Learn for the hands-on resources for this month and we also read a lot of books because books are an undervalued resource. There are so many times that Joe picks up facts that we have read from books and most of the time I'm fairly certain he isn't even listening to me lol. I did grab a few books from the library to also supplement, but I was actually disappointed in the few that they had available at our library. I normally try to use our bridge system, but I have just been so far behind and I am terrible about ordering books for pick up and then actually going to the library and picking them up.
Here are a list of books that we are reading this month. Joe loves interactive books and books with a lot of pictures and I am all for that and look for those types of books. If you can find these books at your library I definitely encourage saving yourself some money, but if not I have linked each of the books if you are interested in getting one for yourself. that leads me to this little disclaimer that the links in this blog are affiliate links. If you click on them and purchase one of the items I may... or may not receive a commission from it at no additional cost to you.
Biggest Book of the Human Body - This is a stem book. This book is fun. It is packed full of information. Joe readily sits down to read it with me because their are also fun games in the book as well. Note: Joe's absolute favorite part were the body parts & organ stickers that came with the book. ??
Little Explorers My Amazing Body - This is a fun lift the flap book that we pick up at Costco. We have several different flap books for the Anatomy and Joe loves them. They all have layers of the body in there and he is here for pulling back each flap to see what is next underneath.
The Human Body - This book is another Costco treasure and has absolutely beautiful pictures in it. A lot of the reading is a little advanced for Joe right now, but we definitely spend time looking at the pictures and I will occasionally read from spots if Joe is asking a lot of questions about a particular thing we are looking at.
Look Inside Your Body - This is Joe's favorite lift the flap book. It is packed full of so much information too. The first time we read through it I kept asking him "Are you tired? Do you need a break?" and he kept saying "No mom, read more, what's next
Your Body - This is a cute book. It says it is a "beginner book", but it is actually a lengthy read for a beginner I feel. Joe liked the pictures in it though and was able to narrate back to me some of the things he heard in it, so it was a worthy investment.
The Human Body - This is a "shine a light" book from Usbourne. These books in general are so much fun. Joe loves being in charge of shining the flashlight as I read to him and this book does not disappoint.
Big Book of the Body - This is a cute book that I had picked up on a whim. It is cute and has some pretty cool graphics and pictures for kids to look at.
Book Of The Brain And How It Works - This was another on the whim purchase, but it was one that was totally worth it. It has good info in there and makes it fun for kids to learn about the brain as well... and not so intimidating to "teach" about.
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