“Those intestines look like a snake!” When it comes to understanding the inner workings of the human body, touchable 3-D body parts are the best. Especially when they are of a cheerful, baby-sized boy doll whose torso can be zipped open to reveal all relevant organs: heart, lung, liver, kidneys, bladder, spleen as well as the entire digestive system.
All of Erwin’s organs are made of super-soft plush and can be removed and reaffixed with the help of color coded Velcro patches. He comes with a huge smile and funky hair, a hospital gown and an instructive manual, allowing your kids to take that clinic game to the next level.
This STEM teaching toy is hugely popular in families with an interest in Western and Eastern medicine. It supports learning through discovery while also reducing anxiety around invisible body parts and hospital visits. Most importantly, it’s good for kids to know who gets really, really happy when they eat lots of fresh crunchy greens: “Yup, the whole digestive system! You got it!”