French Language Anatomy Poster

Bonjour, mon ami! Do you need an anatomy poster in French? C'est ici: affiche simple d'anatomie en français. DISCLAIMER: We should say here that this poster contains ALL body parts, including penises and vaginas, so if you do not want to discuss these body parts with your kids at this time ( or ever), it's all good, we are not judging. You can cut off the reproduction section down at the bottom to keep things PG.

French Language Anatomy Poster Kids Free Download

Also, if you're feeling multi-lingual, or ambitious, or have somehow managed to NOT go crazy homeschooling your kids during quarantine, we have this same human body poster in English and simplified Chinese anatomy poster. Enjoy!

Anatomy Poster Chinese Free Download

Check it out! Hope these resources can help you bone up on your anatomy or get your feet wet in physiology. Just this morning, I was talking to my kids about what the cervix does and it let to some verrry interesting discussions, let me tell you. ("Mommy, does poop come out of the cervix or just blood and babies?")

Simple Anatomy for Kids

We are still looking for help translating this into Spanish, Japanese and Korean! If you know someone who can help, we would love it! Contact us!

How to Make Pancreas CookiesA look behind the scenes of our latest organ-ic bake-off, this time we made pancreas cookies! First, I made the cookie dough, then, cut out the swoop-y mod pancreas shapes, baked 'em and made three types of icing to recreate our pancreas' blue-and-green color scheme. The actual pancreas cookie faces were melting in a horrendous nightmare-inducing way, so I fixed them up with... Photoshop! Thanks, digital photography. Of course, my kids did not care a lick when it came to eating them. Yum!
Looking to get your kids' feet wet in anatomy? Then check out our new I Heart Guts mini-poster, featuring 42 guts and glands that work tirelessly inside your body all day long. Each gutsy pal is labeled with I Heart Guts corny slogan along with a super brief description of what the organ does. Great way to learn body parts with your children, and maybe bone up on your physiology, too.
IMG_3360Come visit the guts on DC's Pennsylvania Avenue during the 54th Annual Sakura Matsuri Japanese Street Festival, this Saturday, April 12, from 10:30am - 6pm. Always tons of fun for us, this year's festival promises to be a beautiful day, with cherry blossoms at full peak on the tidal basin, and the usual array of Nihon-themed fun. Whether you like anime, manga and J-Pop or more traditional stuff like origami, kimonos and sake, you'll find good stuff everywhere. Tickets are $10, hope to see you there!