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Human Anatomy Coloring Book - Anatomy Study Tools

Updated on January 26, 2010

Human Anatomy Coloring Books on Amazon

Studying With A Human Anatomy Coloring Book

Using a human anatomy coloring book is not only a fun and relaxing way to study for anatomy exams and quizzes, it’s also a proven method to use in order to increase your memory’s retention of important structures. Anatomy flash cards are useful, too, but by actively coloring in vital organs, muscles and bones, it truly does make a difference.

If you're interested in another A&P study tool, check out my article of the benefits of anatomy flash cards. (Link will open in a new window)

Follow these tips to get the most benefits out of your anatomy coloring book!

  • Be dedicated. Just like any memorization techniques, make sure to set aside at least 30 minutes of study time everyday. This is a great activity to help relax your for bedtime.
  • Carry them with you. After you’re done coloring a page, carefully cut it out and place it in a clear, 3-hole cover page. Add them to your notebook or purchase a 3-ring binder to keep them in. Take them with you and study while you’re waiting for appointments, waiting for class to start, etc.
  • Make it fun. A lot of students in my class used to study together, anyway and a bunch of us started coloring together, too. It’s not a studying method that you necessarily have to do at home!

I hope these tips have helped you out! By utilizing a human anatomy coloring book, you’ll be well on your way to quickly memorizing what you need to know for your next anatomy structure test or quiz.


Buy A Human Anatomy Coloring Book Online

There are tons of great human anatomy coloring books. But, some can be very expensive. I would advise you to not buy them at the college bookstore (I believe I paid around $35 for one). The markup is way too high. On Amazon.com, you can find used human and anatomy coloring books that may only have one or two pages colored in or buy new ones for only a few dollars. There are tons of different anatomy coloring books available, but the most popular one is “The Anatomy Coloring Book” by Wynn Kapit and Lawrence M. Elson.

Every anatomy and physiology student knows that memorization is absolutely crucial; you simply can’t comprehend how the body works without knowledge of where everything is located and how it is connected.

Back when I was a biological sciences major, one of my Anatomy and Physiology professors made a great recommendation. He advised us to buy a human anatomy coloring book to expedite our memorization of the muscle skeletal system, the nervous system, etc. Coloring may sound silly, but it truly works wonders. Instead of staring for hours at the same textbooks pages, you can quickly learn what you need to know simply by coloring in different worksheets.

Human Anatomy Coloring Book Example
Human Anatomy Coloring Book Example

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    • tommywong profile image

      tommywong 

      9 years ago from Malaysia

      research show study by coloring book more effective, thank for sharing.

      Regards

      Tommy

    • LeM22 profile image

      LeM22 

      9 years ago from Northern VA

      I can't believe that you use one. You truly are breaking up my idea of what a girly girl can do! Kudos!

    • rb11 profile image

      rb11 

      9 years ago from Las Vegas

      That's really a cool idea, studying was always hitting the books, now it makes sense to also include coloring the books. Great ideas.

      Regards

    • girly_girl09 profile imageAUTHOR

      girly_girl09 

      9 years ago from United States

      You're welcome. :) I really loved using my anatomy coloring book...they are so cool because not only do they work great, they're such a relaxing way to study.

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      Alfreta Sailor 

      9 years ago from Southern California

      This sounds like and interesting hub to share with my grandson. Thanks!

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      advisor4qb 

      9 years ago from On New Footing

      I used a coloring book in my Physiological Psychology class in college. It really helped!

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