Children’s app of the week: Pinkfong My Body

Sarah Faisal and Nicole Seymour from award-winning children’s production company Animal Tech select their pick of the best apps to expand your little one’s mind and help make learning fun.

This week’s app: Pinkfong My Body from SmartStudy


Focus: Children learn about the different parts of the body though simple gameplay and songs. 


Pinkfong My Body / SmartStudy


From the creators of that ‘Baby Shark’ song, yes you read correctly ;-O, comes this fun app for preschoolers. Super cute characters guide your child through a journey of age appropriate gameplay, where they learn the names of different body parts, as well as the basics of how they work.

Regarding the songs: warning! They are EXTREMELY catchy (aka Baby Shark), so expect to be singing and dancing along with your child 🙂


PinkFong My Body / SmartStudy

Why we love it 

This app is another favourite by Moon Community Club’s resident tester – Sarah’s four-year-old daughter, Basma ;-O). She loves: 

  • Being able to choose from all the different games.  
  • Learning about germs and the gameplay of how to get rid of them : )
  • The humour in the songs makes her giggle!
  • The sticker rewards and as we know, children LOVE stickers, and it’s a great way to acknowledge achievement. 

And if your little one is loving this app as much as Basma, there are plenty of other Pinkfong apps to choose from. Certainly plenty of choice to keep your little one entertained in an extremely constructive way.

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About the authors

Sarah Faisal and Nicole Seymour are from award-winning children’s production company, Anamil Tech. Sarah, founder and MD of Anamil Tech, and with a PhD in Human Computer Interaction, is passionate about using media and technology to make learning fun and expand children’s knowledge of the world around them. Nicole Seymour, creative director of Anamil Tech, has been creating and producing digital content for young children for over 20 years for companies such as CBeebies, Disney, Lego Media and Scholastic.


Anamil Tech

Founded in 2015, Anamil Tech develops multilingual learning apps and videos to grow young children’s minds. Its flagship brand, Pacca Alpaca, is now being developed into a children’s TV show, which Sarah and Nicole are producing, alongside an animated TV show intended for family audiences in the Middle East.


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