This section from Human Body, the Coloring Book provides a visual review of the organization of the human body for those visually oriented and kinesthetic learners as it requires active input from the students ensuring they will learn and remember concepts much more effectively than with traditional textbooks alone. Completing coloring exercises can also serve as tools to review and prepare for examinations.
This section of the book is suited for students beginning their study of the human body through advanced students. The organization of the human body is a valuable supplement to any biology and anatomy & physiology text, with activities that can also serve as stand-alone educational resources for the students, either within the classroom or as assigned homework. These activities can be paired with the PowerPoint presentation for teaching some of the complex concepts covered with teaching human biology, anatomy, or anatomy & physiology.
Coloring is an excellent way for students to learn about the structure, anatomy, of their body. It will assist with the memorization that is necessary to learn anatomy. As the process of coloring helps students remember details and factual information, as they must pay attention to details, visualize structures, and may physically feel the relationship between different structures of the body as they color. Students using the Human Body, the Coloring Book will be able to deepen their understanding of human anatomy as they can visualize the participation of structures necessary for the systems, tissues and organs of their body to function. Best of all, coloring is fun for students—a welcome distraction from more static studying activities such as reading and memorizing!