Nutrition and Healthy Eating!

Knowing the food groups and how to eat well are very important concepts covered in Preschool and Kindergarten. Bo will lead your child through an exploration of the vast world of food! Through 3 fun games, your child will learn to recognize different foods and how to eat healthy. He or she will discover different games with Bo: distinguish healthy foods from foods that are not so good to eat, sort foods into their particular food groups to help the chefs prepare their magic potions, and select foods in order to create a delicious and balanced meal for the penguin’s birthday party!

Key features

Nutrition and Healthy Eating is part of the iLearn With program for kids in Preschool and Kindergarten designed to get your child ready for school while having fun!

  • Cross-curricular game-based learning program in math, science, literacy and more
  • Self-adjusting levels of difficulty
  • 27 fun rewards and medals to motivate your child to learn
  • Designed with educational and child development experts


Healthy eating! - Know how to identify edible foods and distinguish healthy food from food that has too much fat or sugar. Food groups! - Sort foods into their particular food groups to help the chefs prepare their magic potions! Balanced meals! - Know that balanced meals are composed of several food groups and create a delicious and balanced meal for the penguin’s birthday party!

Primary skill taught

Science – Nutrition

Secondary skills

  • Visual and kinaesthetic learning
  • Listening and comprehension
  • Critical thinking (elimination process)


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"Nutrition and Healthy Eating is a chance to get your child involved with planning the dinner menu, discussing ingredients, as well as maybe trying new foods!" - Appy Mall
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"One thing I love the most about the app is that it’s incredibly easy to learn your way around it. One of the best things aboutthis app is that it was designed in collaboration with educational and child development experts. What this means is that you’re getting a quality app that puts the success of your child’s learning above everything else." - TheiPhoneAppReview
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"While playing the first game, my 6 year-old son asked me for the first time what is healthy food. I was taken aback but was glad to have the opportunity to talk about our food choices. With repeated play, he learnt to classify different food by their food groups effortlessly." - The iMums
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"Parents can use apps such as iLearn with Bo: Nutrition to teach their children how to make wise food choices." - Fun Educational Apps
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"I believe this app is set up perfectly for young children to learn more about nutrition and healthy eating! I definitely recommend it." - Multi-Testing Mommy
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"Our girls were so excited to review Nutrition and Healthy Eating since it features Bo – an animated character my girls have loved since they first met her in her television show. My four-year-old is the biggest fan here in the house; I practically had to write the review with her in my lap. I actually didn’t get to play it much myself, I had to watch HER play it!" - Apps for Homeschooling
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"If you want your kid to grow up healthy and strong, this educational app is just the tool to get them started down the right path." - Tapscape
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"My kids are really excited about nutrition and they enjoy planning healthy meals for themselves. I love their enthusiasm and I LOVE that I now have an app that will reinforce and hopefully prolong their excitement about eating healthy!" - The iPhone Mom
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"i Learn With Bo: Nutrition and Healthy Eating! is an intuitive and interactive learning app that educates our youngsters about healthy eating in a fun way." - iHeart this apps
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"Overall, this is a superb kids app that is one of the few on the App Store that is actually worth a download, and it will educate and captivate your child in equal measure." - The Smartphone App Review
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