Model of the human eye
|Doing a science
project about human eye or vision is an educational activity and valuable
experience for students who are learning about the human eye.
A model of human eye may be
made of modeling clay, Styrofoam balls and acrylic paint. How you do
it depends on your experience in art and craft; however, having a ready
made model is often very helpful.
Some students buy a model of human
eye to copy it for their project. Some others buy it and use it as a valuable
addition to their science project display.
No matter what is the purpose, you
learn something from it. When you are done, you may keep it on your desk, or
donate it to your school or local library.
A model of human eye can be a 3 X the actual human
eye, this craft model of the human eye comes on a stand but can be removed
for a closer observation and dissection. This model is dissectible
in 6 numbered parts that come along with a keyed description. This
detailed model is perfect for anatomical studies at home or the optometry
|This model may be
used in classrooms where teachers need to teach the anatomy of the eye. It
may also be used as part of a display for students who have a science
project related to the eye.
If you have craft skills, you may try to copy this model with different
craft materials that are available to you.
The parts displayed are the following:
- Eye Muscle
- Optic Nerve
- Vitreous Humour
Teachers use this model to teach about
Students use this model for learning, as
an educational display, or as a sample in order to make their own model of human
eye for a science project or class project.
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