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Superpower Organs - The Whole Gang™

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Have a star-studded workshop with all of our Super Power Organs! This workshop is great for a quick introduction of all of the organ anatomy and physiology. The kids get some super cool facts and whole foods tips along the way.

You can navigate this workshop on a timed basis, or set it all up on a table and have the kids rotate through on an as needed basis. This is fantastic workshop for open houses, birthday parties, community service events, or any service where you want to give the kids an overall Super Power Organ review.

The workshop facilitator will have a teaching script that they can follow while the kids are busy having a super fun time coloring in the organs with the fabric markers.

If you get a Superkid Pack, you will have the T-shirts, Fabric Markers, and Shirt Dividers so the kids have an easy time coloring.

This has been such a success with our kids, we have to put in the following disclaimer: Parental Warning. The kids may never want to take their T-shirt off.

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Organs included are:

  • Esophagus
  • Heart 
  • Lungs
  • Liver
  • Gallbladder
  • Spleen 
  • Pancreas
  • Kidneys
  • Stomach
  • Large Intestine
  • Small Intestine

Here are just some of the cool facts the kids will learn along the way:

  • How many times a day your heart beats
  • What is oxygen and how you need it to survive?
  • How many gallons of air you breath each day
  • What is bile and when does your body need it
  • What are enzymes?
  • What is digestion?
  • How long are your intestines
  • Just how fabulous fiber really is and where it can be found
So grab a SuperKid Pack and watch your business or community grow!

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Our 3rd grade students were excited to learn that they had super hero powers that allow them to stay healthy! They enjoyed learning from Dr. Kelly as they were able to be hands-on and the information was presented in an enthusiastic and child-centered way. As the students returned to school, it was obvious that they had retained the information shared and they are more aware of how to care for their bodies to allow them to be healthy and energized! This is a program that any and all could benefit from and I would highly recommend it! Thank you, Dr. Kelly!!!

    Geoff Hewitt, Principal - Supervisor of Curriculum Lambertville School District Lambertville, NJ"

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