Erforsche den Körper

Skeleton or muscles?


The game features color coded transparencies and tiles for skin, skeleton and muscles of boy and girl - blue for skin, yellow for skeleton and red for muscles; the tiles show one body part, either with skin, that is, naked, or the muscles or the bones of the body port. For the basic game you select the transparency and blue tiles for skin, otherwise any color of your choice, and set out the respective tiles face-down.

For the basic game you roll the die and move the doctor marker accordingly; the active player takes a look at the tile, turns it over again, slides the check-up stick beneath the transparency and searches for the spot corresponding to the tile image. When body part spot and tile correspond, you move the corresponding part of your body, and then put the tile on the display board. In the version of Errate die Körperstelle, the active player rolls the die and looks at the reached tile, then you move the corresponding part of your body and another player searches for the corresponding body part on the transparency. For the variant Körper-Memo, you roll the die and move the doctor. Before you turn up the tile, you move the check-up stick under a body part on the transparency. If transparency image and tile image are the same, you take the tile. When all tiles are handed out, you win with most tiles.

Challenging and informative, and recommended by educationists - and good practice for observation and memory. For each body version there is a corresponding illustration featuring the complete body, including names for all body parts; the transparencies carry markings for possible correct positions of the check-up stick.


Players: 2-4

Age: 4-7

Time: 15+

Designer: Kai Haferkamp

Artist: Joachim Krause

Price: ca. 14 Euro

Publisher: Ravensburger 2017


Genre: Body parts, memo, movement

Users: For children

Version: de

Rules: de

In-game text: no



Detailed and informative

Approved by ZNL - TransferZentrum für Neurowissenschaften und Lernen

Learning while playing


Compares to:

Educational games on body parts


Other editions:

Currently none


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Knowledge (yellow): 3

Memory (orange): 2

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Interaction (brown): 0

Dexterity (green): 0

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