Scratch and Learn Human Body

Posted on March 25th, 2019

Science is such a fascinating topic and what more so than learning how our own body works? Since science is a topic children today will need to study until the age of 16 it is even more important that they should enjoy and be excited by the content right from the start. With this in mind we have found the perfect book for age 3+ to begin to understand what makes our bodies tick. Scratch and Learn Human Body from Quarto Kids is packed with discovery and interactive activities making this book a must. To discover more, and for your chance to win your own copy, do read on.


Scratch and Learn Human Body

About Scratch and Learn Human Body

There is a new theme to discover on every double page spread. Learn about skeletons, muscles and our organs and how our brain works. Each page has fun to do suggested activities to reinforce the learning. Perhaps the best part is using the clip away scratch pen to uncover different body parts and functions. This is such a simple idea, yet effective at making some difficult concepts more appealing and fun to learn.   

pages from Human Body scratch and learn

What we love

  • Interactive scratch and reveal

  • Clear and simplified illustrations

  • Fun to do activities to demonstrate learning

  • Supports the themes in KS1 curriculum

  • Ideal from Age 3 but suitable all through to KS2


Need to Know

RSP £11.99
AuthorKaty Flint
IllustratorAna Seixas
  • Hardback
  • 16 pages
  •  240 x 260 x 10.16mm | 612.35g
Age Range3 – 7 years
PublisherWide Eyed (Quarto Kids)
Available from Quarto Online shop, Amazon, Waterstones.


Win your copy of Scratch and Learn Human Body with Quarto and Coombe Mill

For your chance to win this super nonfiction first science book simply follow the instructions below. Good luck to all taking part.

Scratch and Learn Human Body Book


We were sent our copy of Scratch and Learn for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. The Coombe Mill copy can be borrowed by holiday makers from the games room library.


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