No age is too young to begin a dialogue with children about their bodies, because good communication will enable them to have positive relationships with their bodies and a strong self image as changes occur over the years.
During the preschool years children begin to acquire a gender identity of a boy or a girl. From this very young age, it is critical that your child feels comfortable with asking you questions about their bodies. Children are naturally curious, so always praise your child for asking a question and be honest and straightforward with your answers.
These body puzzles are chosen for Science Saturday because they have 29 pieces ideal for teaching about the human body complete with nervous, digestive, muscular, skin and clothed layers.
Would this not be a delicious and nutritious way to teach skeleton science?