Are you teaching your children about the different parts of their body? These 18 human body books will bring learning to life for your kids! You can also scroll down to see some of our favorite human body resources for kids of all ages.

(For more 40 more science activities about healthy human bodies, check out our latest Family Activity Guide in The Play School Club.)

Check out these lesson objectives:

  • Concepts:
    • taking care of our bodies
    • nutrition
    • five senses
  • Vocabulary: healthy, germ, nutrition, hydration, system

When our girls were young, we bought a wooden human body puzzle from Discovery Toys. It had five layers, each one showing a different “system” of the body (skeleton, organs, muscles, skin, and then the top layer of clothing). I can’t tell you how many times I found one of my kids working on that puzzle!

We also watched two episodes from Rachel and the Treeschoolers over and over again! Both My Amazing Body and Happy, Healthy Me (episodes 5 and 6) are perfect for preschoolers and primary grade students who are wanting to learn more about human anatomy.

Scroll down for links to all of these resources.

healthy body books for kids

And now for our favorite human body books for kids!

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When it comes to learning about the human body and the five senses, there’s no better place to start than The Magic School Bus books.

We also found this great “Super Simple Body” series at our library that include beautiful pictures, detailed drawings, and science experiments.

Doreen Cronin (Click, Clack, Moo) has a cute trio of books that are perfect for ACTIVE kiddos.

If you are looking for books about healthy boundaries for children and their bodies, these two both get my stamp of approval.

And in no particular order, 3 more human body books:

human body books for kids

Additional resources (mentioned above):

Note: The puzzles are anatomically correct.

If I missed any of your favorite human body books, be sure to leave a comment.