Giving gifts to children is part of the fun each holiday season. This year, you can give them huggable, adorable, visual reminders to stay healthy. These cute little guys are sure to spark some awesome conversations.
Huggable, Adorable, Visual Reminders to Stay Healthy
GIANTmicrobes are the cutest way to learn about germs and other vital parts of our bodies. These plush toys may be adorable, but they’re so much more than that. They can be a great way to engage your children in conversations on how to stay healthy, and the importance of cleanliness.
Humorous and Educational
Each silly GIANTmicrobe comes with a card attached to it. The card includes fun and educational facts so the recipients will learn more about each one. These make wonderful gifts for kids, college students, even teachers. There are over one hundred and fifty microbes and cells to choose from and collect.
GIANTmicrobes would make an amazing addition to your child’s pediatrician’s office. I also think they’d be great in preschools too. It’s never too early to teach children how our body works, and how to keep it healthy and happy.
Poophoria is Catching on
Poo isn’t just a silly emoji. GIANTmicrobes Poophoria gift set shows us just that. It’s the full selection of bowel movements. Not only is it funny, but its a great way to teach people of any age just how their “poos,” should look, and how to have a healthy bm. The five types of poo are the Swirl, Log, Pellets, Puddle, and Perfect. I know, the names and plush poops are hysterical, but more importantly, they’re useful.
Ears, Nose, Throat
I love GIANTmicrobes ears, nose and throat collection. It includes a molar, cavity, bad breath, even Epstein Barr disease, and more. You can use them to teach kids how important it is to bruh and about being cautious about germs.
Let’s Get it On
Yes, the name is comical, but this set is awesome. What better way to teach students about procreation than with plush sperm, ovum, dna, and even a zygote. Check it out.
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