• The Mind Cannot Forget What the Hands have Learned™

    …students enjoy working with clay, and I love working among them, teaching, helping, and listening. It’s so gratifying to hear them using anatomical terminology when they don’t even know I’m listening.

  • The Mind Cannot Forget What the Hands have Learned™

    I have seen a dramatic increase in student interest, enthusiasm, and understanding. I even have parents telling me how much their kids love anatomy and using the ANATOMY IN CLAY® Learning System.

  • The Mind Cannot Forget What the Hands have Learned™

    I am not exaggerating when I say that (the) ANATOMY IN CLAY® System has changed my life as a teacher and an artist. It has provided me a way to share with my students a tactical knowledge of the body.


What we do

We believe in the power of hands-on learning. Students who sculpt body systems develop an indelible understanding of anatomy, biomechanics, and the structures we share. ANATOMY IN CLAY® Learning System provides human and animal learning systems that build confidence and mastery of form and function.


  • Models

    Use our models to teach skeletal, muscular, and other body systems in a powerful and effective way. Our product line includes handcrafted models for a variety of vertebrates, including humans, dogs, and horses.

  • Education

    Learn how to use our systems to help your students master anatomy and physiology. We offer a variety of workshops and self-guided training materials to fit your learning style and busy schedule.

  • News

    Join thousands of educators nationwide who use our learning systems. Newsletters and news stories detail community events. Take a look at peer-reviewed, published studies that underscore the effectiveness of our models in teaching anatomy and physiology.


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