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By Emily Pohlonski, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Explore the vast human body with outstanding anatomy tool.

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This amazing body-visualization platform offers unprecedented access to the human body, for free. While middle school and high schoolers should be satisfied with the free version, anatomy buffs or future doctors may find the premium tools very helpful. The ability to annotate, personalize, and save items will move anatomy studies beyond simple memorization onto another level: a clearer understanding of the human body.

It's really a sight to behold, and kids can engage with and make sense of the body in their own way; with this site, their learning will last longer than it will with the traditional "memorize and dump" post-test. Kids also can bookmark, save, and share their personalized visualizations, letting them build understanding together. Interactive quizzes allow them to manipulate an image and look at it from all angles before attempting to identify a part.

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