Interactive Body

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The BBC offers a collection of games or animations on the Anatomy of the Body. Users are asked to move the correct muscle, bone, organ etc. into the correct position in the body.  The Drag&Drop function together with helpful clues and hints make it into a real learning tool.

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  • Easy navigation
  • Helpful clues and hints
  • The game pays attention to knowledge on location, name, and function of the muscle, bone or organ
  • No advertisements or other non-functional information


  • The window cannot be enlarged to full screen size.

Use Inner Body website if you wish to zoom in on detailed parts of the body while instructing in front of the class.

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  • Very precise and detailed pictures
  • Detailed written information on fysiology on the side
  • Excellent zoom (in) function.


  • The screen builds up again after an action, which results in a restless screen-image
  • Advertisements appear on the righthand side of the window.

However, if you have an Interactive Board you can use the board’s function to cover the righthand part of the screen.

 Purchase  Free
 Hardware  PC, Android tablet
 Requirements  browser,Flash 5

Apples and Degrees

Pupils easily learn mathematical degrees with the Fruit Picker game. The game is free for use within a browser at The App in the AppStore costs 0,99 $. If you search for the App in the AppStore be sure that you type the two words Fruit Picker.

Another game in the same series is more difficult and uses the whole cirkel: Shape Rotate , Degrees in a circle at .

Epler og Grader

 Purchase  Free for PC;  0,99 $ for iPad
 Hardware  iPad, iPhone, PC, SMART Board
 Requirements  browser og Flash for PC;  iOS for iPad

Wuzzit Math App

Wuzzit Trouble: math game for iPad, and smart phones (iPhone, Android)

Real game, real maths.

This App is recommended by math teachers. This is a maths game that does not look like the sums you will find in a math textbook. However, the players do really use a lot of math in this game.

Wuzzit Game

Designed by Prof. Keith Devlin fra Stanford University (California).

Wuzzit Trouble

In Wuzzit Trouble the players use a lot of maths and are encouraged to find smarter and more efficient solutions.Wuzzit Trouble has enough levels to make it an interesting game for many students. Link

 Purchase  Free
 Hardware  iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Android
 Requirements  iOS 5.1 or Android