When I was in high school, the day came when my Biology teacher had us pair up in front of a bunch of surgical tools, slapped a frog in front of us and told us to get to work. I only wish she had explained and demonstrated so clearly and cleanly how to do it right, as this app does. My experience at school left me with a bunch of gruesome images of adolescents slicing their way, anyway they could, into the body of a frog.
This app is a very direct way to study a frog's anatomy for the purpose of basic Biology. It could, in fact, take the place of dissecting a frog itself. It consists of several chapters of video narration that explains the various parts of the frog's body. The narration also walks one through a frog dissection and demonstrates a step-by-step, clean, non-grotesque, professional dissection. Utilizing the videos, your student can perform a hands-on dissection, or simply watch the narrations and learn.
Rated 9+ for the following: Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes.
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.