Educational Apps to Help Students Learn about Body Parts

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Here is a collection of some good iPad apps you can use with your students and kids to help them learn about human body. The apps feature a number of interactive games and activities to enable kids to identify and memorize names of different parts of the body. Kids will also get to learn how to correctly spell and pronounce each of the featured parts. Most of these apps are particularly designed for kids and preschoolers but they can also be adapted to different age groups. Check them out and share with us if you have other suggestions to add to the list.

7 Good iPad Apps to Help Students Learn Human Body Parts

1- Learning Human Body Parts
‘Learning body parts app is a learning and quiz app which helps preschoolers to learn about the names of different parts of human body. It's simple but effective in its nature and has 2 main features to play with, Learning and Quiz.’

2- Know Your Body
‘Know Your Body app has a major focus on the function of each vital organ of our body. Detailed description of each organ with beautiful illustrations. Provides a valuable exercise for it tests your knowledge about the human body systems.’

3- Parts of the Body
‘An easy swipe from left to right for your little kids. They can tap on the image and an audio will guide and tell them the name of the body part. This preschool and kindergarten learning game also includes spelling of each body part or they have to choose the right first letter for the word for a particular body part. Kids will also learn by drawing a line to match a body part to its name’

4- My Body Parts
‘My Body Parts is designed and developed for preschoolers.Body Parts Name and Pictures is complete learning book for toddlers.Kids will learn body parts with amazing interactive & fun methods.’

5- The Human Body
‘Learn anatomy and biology in an interactive model of the human body — the heart beats, guts gurgle, lungs breathe, the skin feels, and eyes see.’

6- Human Body
‘Select a human body from the cards shown. Touch the speaker button to hear the correct pronunciation of the human body part.’

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