The Human Body App is an Interactive and Educational App for Kids #makereducation
This new educational app for kids from Tinybop helps kids explore the language and the visuals of human biology, via trendhunter.
Tinybop is about to release a new set of educational apps, the first of which is called the Human Body app. Designed by Kelli Anderson, the app for children lets kids explore and learn about the human form. It will be released in 48 languages so kids all over the world can learn.
The children’s app will have smart interactions and a beautiful design. Young users will not be exposed to any advertising or in-app purchases either in the Human Body app or any app from Tinybop.
The educational series will be called the Explorer’s Library. These games are intended to “help children develop a foundational understanding of the world.” The objective of these apps is fun, interactivity and deep understanding and immersion.
The Human Body will cover everything from animated brains to bones. Kids will be able to poke, probe and examine different systems. The app will also contain a recording tool so users can ask questions, interact and play with each other.
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