There are those parts located outside (external body parts) and others located inside the body (internal body parts) :
- Large intestine
These internal and external body parts have various functions in the body, such as digestion, excretion, breathing, circulation,reproduction.
Parts of the Head:
The mass of things like fine threads that grows on your head.
One of the two fairly flat areas on each side of your forehead.
One of the organs on either side of your head that you hear with.
- Ear lobe
The soft piece of flesh at the bottom of your ear.
The soft round part of your face below each of your eyes.
The part of your face which you put food into, or which you use for speaking.
The part of your face above your eyes and below your hair.
One of the two parts of the body that you use to see with.
The part of a person’s or animal’s face used for smelling or breathing.
One of the two holes at the end of your nose, through which you breathe and smell things.
The front part of your face below your mouth.
Parts of the Eye:
The line of hair above your eye.
A piece of skin that covers your eye when it is closed.
One of the small hairs that grow along the edge of your eyelids.
The round coloured part of your eye, that surrounds the black pupil.
The small black round area in the middle of your eye.
The transparent protective covering on the outer surface of your eye.
The white part of your eye.
Parts of the Mouth:
One of the two soft parts around your mouth where your skin is redder or darker.
The soft part inside your mouth that you can move about and use for eating and speaking.
One of the large teeth at the back of the mouth that are used for breaking up food.
The roof of your mouth.
The hard white objects in your mouth that you use to bite and eat food.
A small soft piece of flesh which hangs down from the top of your mouth at the back.
Your gums are the two areas of firm pink flesh at the top and bottom of your mouth, in which your teeth are fixed.
Parts of the Hand
Your nails are the hard smooth layers on the ends of your fingers.
- Middle finger
The longest finger on your hand.
- Ring finger
The finger, next to the smallest finger on your hand, that you traditionally wear your wedding ring on.
- Little finger
The smallest finger on your hand.
The inside surface of your hand, in which you hold things.
The part of your body where your hand joins your arm.
The finger next to your thumb.
Your knuckles are the joints in your fingers, including the ones where your fingers join your hands.
The part of your hand that is shaped like a thick short finger and helps you to hold things.