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Glow In the Dark Skeleton Women's Catsuit
Glow In the Dark Skeleton Women's Catsuit
Product Description
Item #LE85346
Items Included
  • Catsuit
Product Highlights
  • 88% nylon, 12% spandex stretch catsuit w/ zipper on back
  • Scooping v-neck line
  • Glow-in-the-dark skeleton details printed on front
SizeMeasurementStandardMetric
X-SmallChest26" - 28"66cm - 71cm
X-SmallTorso25"64cm
X-SmallLength51"130cm
SmallChest28" - 30"71cm - 76cm
SmallTorso25"64cm
SmallLength53"135cm
MediumChest30" - 32"76cm - 81cm
MediumTorso26"66cm
MediumLength55"140cm
LargeChest34" - 36"86cm - 91cm
LargeTorso26"66cm
LargeLength55"140cm
X-LargeChest38" - 42"97cm - 107cm
X-LargeTorso27 1/2"70cm
X-LargeLength56 1/2"144cm

A Great Lesson

As a science teacher, you’re always looking for new and exciting ways to get kids involved with learning. Trouble is, innovative lesson plans can be so hit or miss. Last time you tried something new, those two birds flew away and never came back to the school (it’s a long story). So you have to be careful with fun lesson plans. But we’ve got a really good idea for you: try out this Glow in the Dark Skeleton Catsuit and see if the class can’t have fun trying to learn all the major bones of the human body!

We know, we know, it’s not a perfectly detailed skeletal system, but you teach eight year olds. They don’t need to know the differences between carpals and tarsals, or the particular vertebrae designations—the major things, like thigh bone, spine, and ribs are what’s important at this level, and this is a super fun way to approach it!

Fun Details

This fun teaching tool is a fun way to illuminate the human skeletal system. The stretch fabric runs from the neckline to the ankles, and secures with a zipper on the back. The scooping V-neckline allows for comfort, but most importantly, this catsuit is printed in glow-in-the-dark skeleton details. It will be a blast to watch the kids get excited when you turn off the lights and set the skeleton aglow. They’ll have no problem remembering what the shin bone is called, or where the ulna and radius go. It’s perfect visual aid!

Class Dismissed

For added effect, you could even make elaborate movements and have them figure out what bones were used for what motion. They’ll have so much fun with a glowing skeleton, they’ll totally forget that they’re learning at all! Nice work. You can thank us for the great idea later. Now send them home and head out to a costume party; this outfit is too great to stay cooped up at school!

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