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Human Skeleton: Bones for beginners

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Human Skeleton: Bones for beginners

Matt Robb

Education

IOS
GBP 1.99


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This educational App has been specifically designed to support children who need to learn the key bones in the human skeleton. By popular demand, Version 2 now includes an introduction to the bones in the Skull, Spine, Foot and Hand. To ensure the learning process is comprehensive, 3 fun modes have been included:

Learn the names of the primary bones
- This uses a list of the key bones; tap on the name of any bone and a blue dot will indicate the bone’s location

- Tap on the ‘INFO’ button and a pop-up will appear to give you more information about that bone

-There is no hurry. Keep on tapping bone names until you think you know them all and you’ll be ready to test your knowledge

Name that bone allows you to test your knowledge at your own pace:

- A red-dot will appear on a bone. You then tap the name of the bone from the list on the right

-The App will keep the score of how many you get correct or wrong
The good news is that each time you get one correct its name disappears from the list; so it gets easier!

-Try this a few times and you’ll soon be ready for the final timed test

- If you are getting some wrong go back and learn the names of the bones again

Once you know the names of the bones then have some fun and play ‘time challenge’ and see if you can name all the bones before the time
runs out.

- A pop-up will appear with the name of a bone

- Tap OK and then tap on the black dot which points to the bone

If you forget the name of the bone, which you have been asked to find, just look at the time-line at the bottom of the screen; it is written there too.

- Once again it keeps the score; see if you can get them all right before the time runs out: it’s quite challenging. And if you do then you definitely know the names of the major bones in the body.

- When you finish a pop-up will tell you how many you got correct and if you finished before the time ran out you’ll be able to boast to your friends how many seconds you had left.

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Release notes


New icon
Improved graphics



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Human Skeleton: Bones for beginners
Human Skeleton: Bones for beginners

£1.99
This educational App has been specifically designed to support children who need to learn the key bones in the human skeleton. By popular demand, Version 2 now includes an introduction to the bones in the Skull, Spine, Foot and Hand. To ensure the learning process is comprehensive, 3 fun modes have been included:

Learn the names of the primary bones
- This uses a list of the key bones; tap on the name of any bone and a blue dot will indicate the bone’s location

- Tap on the ‘INFO’ button and a pop-up will appear to give you more information about that bone

-There is no hurry. Keep on tapping bone names until you think you know them all and you’ll be ready to test your knowledge

Name that bone allows you to test your knowledge at your own pace:

- A red-dot will appear on a bone. You then tap the name of the bone from the list on the right

-The App will keep the score of how many you get correct or wrong
The good news is that each time you get one correct its name disappears from the list; so it gets easier!

-Try this a few times and you’ll soon be ready for the final timed test

- If you are getting some wrong go back and learn the names of the bones again

Once you know the names of the bones then have some fun and play ‘time challenge’ and see if you can name all the bones before the time
runs out.

- A pop-up will appear with the name of a bone

- Tap OK and then tap on the black dot which points to the bone

If you forget the name of the bone, which you have been asked to find, just look at the time-line at the bottom of the screen; it is written there too.

- Once again it keeps the score; see if you can get them all right before the time runs out: it’s quite challenging. And if you do then you definitely know the names of the major bones in the body.

- When you finish a pop-up will tell you how many you got correct and if you finished before the time ran out you’ll be able to boast to your friends how many seconds you had left.

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Introduce your child to the comparatives (bigger, smaller etc) through this charming interactive story about Mr. Big and Mr. Small, two neighbours who, one day, have to call on each other for help. Your child will be required to assist during the story with tasks which will help them to understand the comparatives.

The app teaches your child the key comparatives that children are expected to learn in their first year of school. These include:

· Bigger and Smaller
· More and Less
· Same and Different
· Longer and Shorter

Throughout the story, your child will be introduced to the range of comparatives, and for each comparative they will be given the opportunity to practice what they have learned. Once they have completed the story, they can return to any of the practice parts again.

Then parents can configure how many questions they would like their child to answer, and the criteria for success. If required, the sound can be turned off so that the story can also be read by your child.

In addition, you are provided with a specially designed single or multi player game, which tests the child’s ability to use the comparatives they have just learnt. The game can be played against the iPad, by two children or by a parent and a child.

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£1.99
“I love Magic Letters, a great app with a terrific story line. I can't wait to use with kids at school!”
Libby Curran - USA Teacher of the year 2012, People Magazine

Rated 5/5 and Recommended by educationalappstore.com, official advisor to the Tablets for Schools scheme.

Learn to write the letters of the alphabet with Magic Letters. Explore a magical world where you learn to cast spells by writing the letters of the alphabet correctly. Use the spells you learn in your spell book to help you meet interesting characters and solve simple problems, all the time practicing your writing skills. The more you write each letter the more spells you master.

With over 70 problems to solve your child will have plenty of opportunity to practice writing while enjoying solving unique problems.

How to write the letters is explained and demonstrated for each letter to help your child learn to write the whole alphabet. The basic phonic sound of the letters has also been included to aid learning. The whole story and all guidance is spoken aloud so children don’t need to be able to read. The speech can be turned off allowing your child to practice their reading skills.

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•Demonstrations and lessons explaining how to write each of the 26 letters of the alphabet.
•18 Levels with over 70 unique problems allowing your child to learn and practice writing.
•Story and guidance is spoken aloud (can be turned off to practice reading skills).
•Listen to the sound of the letters as you learn them.
•Auto save; saves your child’s progress, allowing them to carry on from where they left off.
•Pick from multiple routes through the game making the order different each time you play.
•Note: children have to write the letters fairly accurately to proceed, but if they fail too often they are allowed to move on

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Please send any support queries to [email protected] and we will get back to you the same day.

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Instructions for resetting the app:

Tap the settings button in the bottom left hand corner of the title screen to go to the settings screen.
Then tap on the tab showing the reset icon on the left hand side, and then tap the reset button.

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"This a fantastic app to get your children acquainted with letters, words and writing out the alphabet.
The metaphor of the app of casting spells and actually practising spelling is wonderful to motivate children for playing the app. Our children loved the idea of 'mastering spells' as they progressed through the app.
We really enjoyed this app and think that it is a great addition for four and five year olds who are in the process of learning how to write and read. They will be enchanted by the magic in the story and will feel very motivated to continue playing, learning and casting 'spells'!" educationalappstore.com

Suitable for ages 3 - 6;

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Timer. Try to beat your best time for completing the test for each table. The timer is optional.

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Join Blackbeard and the pirate children on another adventure featuring many new challenges as children continue to learn to read.

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ai, ee, igh, oo, oa, ar, or
ure, er, ay, ou, ie, ea
ph, ue, oe, au, ew, ey
ur, oo, ow, oi, ear, air
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£1.99
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