Thursday, January 16, 2020

Body Worlds

I have always been fascinated by the human body and science. I saw the Body Worlds exhibit when I was in high school and was excited it was back in Boston. Granted, this time I didn't have almost-doctor Avi as my personal docent but, it was still an amazing experience.
When you think about it, our bodies are amazing. It was neat to see a close up of a femur and see where my bone went on strike over the spring and summer. I also loved seeing all the bran parts I teach my third graders about in our mindfulness curriculum.

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16 thoughts on the matter:

Handmade in Israel said... {Reply}

Hmmm... I can see why you would find this exhibition interesting... but not sure I would like to see it...

Bekah said... {Reply}

I have to show this one to Ryan!!

Tom said... {Reply}

...ah, to be able to stretch and bend like this!

Shelbee on the Edge said... {Reply}

I have always wanted to see this exhibit! It really is quite fascinating. You know our bodies shouldn’t even survive in our environment, yet they do. So amazing!

Shelbee
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Michele Morin said... {Reply}

Fascinating!

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

It is really fascinating!

Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

I remember when this was in NYC, and I think it came here too but I never got to see it!

Barbara Rogers said... {Reply}

I saw a very extensive exhibit back in the early 2000's I think. There were many displays, and I think we found they were of Chinese persons in prison. It was very educational. I'm thrilled that you're teaching Mindfulness to 3rd graders.

Meditations in Motion said... {Reply}

I have GOT to get to one of these exhibits. My son went to one and said it was fabulous!

Lisa notes... said... {Reply}

What a fascinating exhibit! Our bodies look so different without the skin on. :) It would probably take me a few minutes to adjust to it. ha.

Cloudia said... {Reply}

Thank you!

Joanne said... {Reply}

We thought this was such an amazing exhibit (though my youngest refused to look at 99% of it and walked through the are with his eyes closed clinging to the back of my shirt). I don't think any of them would be OK working in the medical profession. LOL.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said... {Reply}

Bodyworks is an amazing exhibit!

Michelle said... {Reply}

Fascinating!

Michelle
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betty-NZ said... {Reply}

Thanks for sharing these photos! I would love to see it one day :)


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csuhpat1 said... {Reply}

So very interesting.