Time lapse simulation of human embryo development from post-ovulatory day 24 to 56 (Carnegie stages 11 - 23), based on optical photographs of human embryos from the National Museum of Health and Medicine. By Brad Smith at the University of Michigan, School of Art & Design. See http://embryo.soad.umich.edu and http://www.personal.umich.edu/~brdsmith
Breathe some new life in teaching the female reproductive system. This fantastically large foldable will allow your students to describe all the parts of the system in one location. Coloring the parts also reinforces the concepts. It serves as a perfect graphic organizer for review. Three pages taped together with very minimal cutting.