Guessing, rotating, pulling... in each area there is lots to discover and to do.
This app relies on the the initial STEM foundation and provides standards-based structured inquiry-based and real world problem-based learning, connecting parts from all four of the STEM subjects. There is also an emphasis placed on bridging in-school and out-of-school STEM learning opportunities.
Created by a team of medical doctors, educators and parents.
This is my body - Anatomy for kids features information about all important aspects of the human body – all within a beautifully designed and illustrated app!
- Growing - how fast do we grow?
- My skin protects me
- The 5 senses - how do we see, hear, feel, taste and smell?
- I’m hungry! - the digestive system
- Respiratory system - your body needs oxygen
- Circulatory system - your heart beats constantly
- Muscular system - exercise is good for you
- Nervous system - how information is transmitted
- Skeleton - why do you need joints?
- original artwork
- more than 100 illustrations
- no reading required
- voice-over read by children
- extra "little smarty-pants" for grown ups
- intuitive, safe, and kid-friendly interface
- fun for all ages, from toddlers to adults
- no rules or levels, curiosity is rewarded
- no marketing or advertising to kids
This is my body - Anatomy for kids follows a playful and educational method that entertains children while learning.
„I have not seen another app like this yet. I was very impressed with all of the material covered and think that this app could be a wonderful teaching tool for children.“
"Fun and beautiful way for kids to learn about the basics of Anatomy. A must have.“
Red Dot Award, Annual Multimedia Award (silver), iF Design Award (gold), Best Educational App by BestAppEver, Best of Education by Apple
Updated for new devices!
Ratings and Reviews
A little tricky but it good for my 6 year old☺️
Really Dumbing it Down
I thought that it would be an educational app for kids teaching them about the body but when you start calling the trachea "airways" calling the humerus "upper arm bone" and calling the ulna and radius together "lower arm bone" there really becomes no point. They could have learned as much doing the hokey pokey. Sad that I paid for this.
Do not download if you expect actual anatomy.
I am waiting for a refund on this app as I type this.
This app is more for children 3-6 if you expect simple labels that should not be considered anatomy. The bone in the leg is not an "Upper Leg Bone", it's a Femur. Also, the "Pelvis" is not the name of the bone, it's the name of the region. Ilium, Sacrum, Pubis.
I understand that not all parents will teach their child the actual names these bones but I think that if someone is downloading this app as a resource they may want to do just that. Maybe there could be difficulty settings which would allow the parent to control the detail?
In short, promising app but not enough information to educate a child.
- urbn; pockets
- 296 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © urbn pockets
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.