Pregnancy and Childbirth Education

“With Child” Display Only

This life-size, standing childbirth display with overlapping images shows the childbearing cycle from preconception planning through six-weeks postpartum.

Birth Model Activity Set

The Birth Model is part of the Sex Education/ Family Living models that make up a coordinated program in life science.

Childbirth Demonstration Pelvis

This childbirth model demonstrates the progress of the fetal head through the pelvis during birth.

Full-Term Fetus Model Activity Set

The Full-Term Fetus Model is one in a series of human anatomy models that make up a coordinated program in Sex Education/Family Living.

Four-Month Fetus Model Activity Set

Realistic life-sized models of the embryo/fetus at 6, 8, 10,12, and 14 weeks are sequenced next to the 16 week fetus within a model of the womb.

Cervical Dilation Easel Display

With handpainted 3D models, this easel graphically demonstrates cervical dilation from 1 cm to 8 cm. The 1-, 2-, 3-, and 4-cm models allow users to feel the softening and thinning of the cervix

Pregnancy Pelvis, 3 part

This anatomy model is a representation of a median section through the female pelvis at 40 weeks pregnant with a removable fetus.

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