• Editor Rating

  • Rated 4 stars
  • Recommended

  • Skeleton Dance
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  • Last modified: November 19, 2019
  • Quality
    Editor: 80%
  • Education
    Editor: 80%
  • Entertainment
    Editor: 80%
  • Value
    Editor: 90%
  • Child Friendly
    Editor: 90%

Review Summary:

Skeleton Dance is an easy to use educational app that teaches children some of the basic bones in the human body with a puzzle concept and fun facts.

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Skeleton Dance is a simple app that teaches children about some of the bones in the human body. Without a ton of difficult, scientific names for the bones, this app is able to provide a fun overview of some of the major bones in the body, while also offering a variety of fun facts about each. The developers have also included a puzzle concept and dance to help keep children engaged as they learn.

Features include:

  • Puzzle concept
  • Easy to use
  • Fun facts


Skeleton Dance is a simple app that provides a basic overview of some of the main bones in the body. While it doesn’t have a lot of bells and whistles that some educational apps have, it is easy to use and is set up well for young children to maneuver through. This app includes one skeleton image, bone clattering sound effects, narration for each bone that is placed, and drag and drop technology, making this app very easy to use.


While Skeleton Dance isn’t the most in depth educational app there is, it does include a brief overview of the main bones in the body. Players are presented with an empty skeleton shell and are required to correctly place each bone, one-by-one. As each bone is correctly placed, the name of the bone appears, and the narrator reads it aloud. This allows children to not only learn the picture and placement of the bone, but also the name of it as well. For early readers, this app also provides children with a chance of adding new words to their vocabulary.

After the entire skeleton is pieced back together, it does a little dance and eventually allows children to run a magnifying glass over various bones in order to learn more fun facts about each piece.

It is important to note that this app is a simple overview of the skeletal system and doesn’t include all of the technical names for each bone. For instance, instead of using ‘metatarsals’ for the foot bones, this app just uses ‘foot’. With that said, this app is a good way to introduce children to the bones of the body.


Aimed at a younger audience, this app provides a puzzle concept for children to piece back together as well as a dance sequence that children will enjoy. With that said it would be nice to have an additional entertainment activity to keep children engaged a bit more.


Priced at just under a dollar, this app is a pretty good deal. For parents who want to gives kids an overview of the skeletal system in a fun way, this app is great. It may not teach all the various intricacies of the body, but it will teach players some of the basic bones in the body for a good price.

Child Friendliness

Skeleton Dance is a very simple and easy to use app for young children. With simple drag and drop technology, players can easily drag bones into the appropriate places with no problem at all. The intuitive set up is also great because it doesn’t require any instruction to get started. The narrated pieces also make this app good for young children who may not be reading just yet.

Parents will also be happy to know that this app is very safe as it does not have any social media links or in app purchases to be concerned with. There is a small icon at the bottom of the page after the skeleton dances the is not protected, however it is simply a space that provides more information about the developers and does not include any external links.

Skeleton Dance is an easy to use educational app that teaches children some of the basic bones in the human body with a puzzle concept and fun facts.

Editor rating
Rated 4 stars