Preschool children can learn body parts using various songs, games and other activities. These basic anatomy lessons will teach children to recognize the names of body parts such as eyes, nose, arms and legs, and learn how to use them. Students who excel at preschool anatomy can continue to expand their vocabulary and study biology in depth to create careers related to medical science or art, such as dancing or drawing.
Learning the names of body parts with Disney characters
First gnome: Hello! I am one of the seven dwarfs. I am Snow White’s friend and I want to help you to learn the parts of body. Look at the picture then read part, its transcription and translation. In addition, I will describe my face.
Hello! I am one of the seven gnomes. I am a friend of Snow White and I want to help you learn body parts. Take a look at the picture, then read the name of the body part, its transcription and translation. I will also describe my face.
- Eye - eye - [aɪ] - [ah]
- I have brown kind eyes. - I have kind, brown eyes
- Nose - nose - [nəuz] - [nose]
- My nose is big. - I have a big nose
- Mouth - mouth - [mauθ] - [mouse]
- My mouth is wide. - I have a wide mouth
- Cheek - cheek - [tʃi: k] - [chi: k]
- My cheeks are red. - I have red cheeks
- Eyebrow - eyebrow - [ˈaɪbrau] - [Aybrau]
- My eyebrows are bushy. - My eyebrows are thick
- Eyelash - eyelash - [ˈaɪlæʃ] - [ˈilesh]
- The eyelashes are short. - Short eyelashes
- Beard - beard - [bɪəd] - [bied]
- My beard is long. - My beard is long
- Language - tongue - [tʌŋ] - [tang]
- Do you see my red tongue? - See my red tongue?
- Forehead - forehead - [ˈfɔrɪd] - [ˈforid]
- My forehead is narrow. - I have a low forehead
The second gnome: Hi! I am a dwarf. I want to help you too. My friend forgot about some parts of body.
Hello! I am a gnome. I want to help you too. My friend forgot to talk about some parts of the body.
- Ear - ear - [ɪə] - [ie]
- Chin - chin - [tʃɪn] - [chin]
- Neck - neck - [nek] - [nek]
- Shoulder - shoulder - [ˈʃəuldə] - [ˈsheulde]
- Elbow - elbow - [ˈelbəu] - [ˈelbəu]
- Finger - finger - [ˈfɪŋɡə] - [ˈfinzhe]
- Breast, chest - chest- [ʧest] - [honest]
- Belly - stomach - [ˈstʌmək] - [ˈstamek]
Snow White: Hello everybody! It’s me, Snow White. I found out that my friends help you, don’t they? I am so proud of them, that my cheeks became rose. May I help you a little bit? I’ll add some new words.
Hello to all! This is me - Snow White. I found out that my friends are helping you, right? I am so proud of them that even my cheeks turned pink. May I help you a little? I will add new words.
- Waist - waist - [weɪst] - [weist]
- Back - back - [bæk] - [back]
- Hip - hip - [hɪp] - [hip]
- Leg - leg - [leɡ] - [lay]
- Knee - knee - [niː] - [niː]
- Ankle - Anckle - [‘æŋkl] - [‘ Encl]
- Foot - foot - [fut] - [foot]
- Heel - heel - [hiːl] - [hiːl]
Everything: We must go. Learn today’s topic. Learn English! We will check. Bye for now!
We have to go. Learn today's topic. Learn English! We will check. See you later!
How children can remember parts of the body without difficulty
It is difficult to remember new words, but if you approach this process correctly, you can greatly simplify the task. In addition, it is well known that children learn foreign languages on the fly, especially since English is not the most difficult language. The main thing is that the learning process is interesting for your child. The English language should not cause poor associations in children, such as: "I will not go for a walk again until I learn 10 new words", or "this boring English begins ... again." He himself should be interested in language. To do this, you need to make classes brighter, more diverse: use fairy tales, cartoons, videos, songs, games
One more tip: consolidate the material you have learned, even if your young student remembers it well. He will be pleased to realize that he already has some knowledge and results, and this will increase his self-esteem and self-confidence. If the topic was poorly understood, then you will return to it again, and it will finally take a strong position in the child’s memory
Now, regarding our current topic, we will learn how to learn and consolidate new material.
To begin with, the child must remember parts of the body, for this I suggest:
View visual video lessons and online games
Check out three interesting lessons on this topic.
In order to verify and consolidate the knowledge gained, you can find a lot of tasks that children will not be a burden, but rather entertaining.
You can do the following exercise. Save the picture and ask the child to write a number and the name of the body part on a piece of paper, then check the correct answer.
1.hair, 2. forehead, 3. eyebrow, 4. eyelash, 5. eye, 6. ear, 7. nose, 8. cheek, 9. mouth, 10. chin, 11. neck, 12. shoulder, 13. chest, 14. arm, 15. elbow, 16. hand, 17. finger, 18. stomach, 19. hip, 20. leg, 21. knee, 22. food, 23. heel, 24.toe.
Have a nice study!
We do exercises and teach body parts: