Competition – I’m Genius Human Body Set

A brand new competition for 2021! Apologies for being a bit quiet on here lately, but being pushed into homeschooling – like many others! Got me off on the wrong foot for the new year. I have a few more giveaways coming up in the pipeline, but for today I’m pleased to have teamed up with toysandbears.com to offer you this fabulous I’m a Genius Human Body Set to help brush up on some STEM knowledge while at home.

I'm a genius Human Body Set

You can discover the human body with this scale model skeleton included in the pack. Learn how to assemble it and find out more with the cards showing the major organs. Two diagrams chart muscle groups and bone structures are included. The suggested age range is 6-12 years.

Giveaway

To enter the giveaway to win the I’m a Genius Human Body Set, all you have to do is fill in the Rafflecopter widget below.

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COMPETITION T&C’S
The giveaway ends 23:59 14th February 2021

The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative will be offered. The winner will be selected at random via Rafflecopter from all valid entries and be notified by email within 7 days. The winner will have 28 days to respond with a name and delivery address before a new winner is selected. Open to all UK entrants aged 18 or over only. Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are in no way associated with the giveaways. Any personal data given as part of the competition entries are used for this purpose only and will not be shared with third parties. Please allow 28 days for delivery of the prize. The winner’s details will be passed to Lisa Halpern PR for the arrangement of the prize. By entering the competition you agree to your first name and surname initial published on the competition widget if you are the winner.

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You can check out my other competitions here.

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75 thoughts on “Competition – I’m Genius Human Body Set

  1. Thank-you for showing this product and for the opportunity to win one. I have two girls aged 10 and 7 who would have a lot of fun with this.

  2. What a wonderful idea this is! Perfect for my 10 year old son…..it may even help us with a new topic for our weekly zoom quiz with friends!

  3. This is perfect for my Grand Daughter, who is Home Schooled (outside of Lockdown too) she would absolutely love it. Learning in a practical way, and through play with resources like this one is so valuable.

  4. My almost 8 year old is obsessed with operation ouch at the moment & loves all things biology so this would be perfect for her!

  5. This seems an excellent way to learn about the Human Body. I should imagine I’ll learn quite a bit myself whilst helping the grandchildren.

  6. As a primary school teacher, I’m always on the look out for new practical and creative ways of teaching and learning. This sounds fabulous and I know the children would really enjoy it whilst learning so much. Thank you for the chance

  7. This is fab such a great learning tool for the Little ones!! (and the adults) my children are fascinated with the human body

  8. How wonderful! My after school club children would love to have a go at playing this! It looks like lots of fun and a great way to learn through play!

  9. I was pregnant when completing my BSc dissertation (on stem cells in human milk) and went on to do my MSc in Applied Bioscience while looking after our amaing, clever daughter. I’d love to win this for her and I can see us sitting and playing over and over! She’s so sharp and picks up everything, and hopefully I can elaborate in places with what I know!

  10. This would be brilliant for my work as a children’s physiotherapist, i love visual models to explains things!

  11. The suggested age range might be 6 – 12 but I think even the adults in our household would benefit from this. One of us is always saying ‘my (whatever) hurts’ and the other says ‘that’s not where your (whatever) is”

  12. this looks fab esp with all the home schooling having something practical to create and touch would be perfect

  13. Thank you for running this competition. I would like to win this for my Godson, it would be a fun way for him to learn.

    1. This looks absolutely fantastic, I would enjoy playing with it as much as my children. And what a fantastic way to learn than through play.

  14. I’m a supply teacher for nursery and primary children – furloughed at the moment, but always looking for new things to do with my classes once I get back to work!

  15. This is brilliant my son knows a lot about the human body and all the weird bone names. It would help him with his homeschooling too!

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