Bring the outdoors in as you explore nature and the animals hiding beneath the trees in this adorable nature-centered app.
Explorium-Space for Kids will take budding astronauts on an interplanetary adventure full of games, facts and surprises.
MarcoPolo Weather is a cute educational app that teaches children about various weather conditions through interactive exploration and play.
iBiome-Wetlands is an engaging and hands-on way to apply biology concepts in a simulated wetlands environment.
Learn about physics while rolling cute round characters through a series of addicting mazes with this new app from Avokiddo.
KidQuest will provide your children with hours of hand-on, learning fun as they do crafts, explore science experiments and more as they follow the directions from this app.
Four interactive stories introduce kids to the solar system, the desert, the North and South poles, and the entire globe.
App takes kids down to the depths of the ocean, allowing them to learn about ocean life and have a bit of fun at the same time.
A somewhat intuitive app introduces kids to the four seasons through a variety of mini games and other fun activities.
Seashores to Sea Floors-the Ocean Biome is a phenomenal digital textbook covering science content for students in grades 3 to 5.
Pines to Vines-the Forest Biome is an outstanding example of a digital textbook and does an exceptional job of covering this science content for grades 3-5.
Learn all about animals and see them interact with their natural environments in this cute, educational app that helps bring animals to life.
Blades-the Grassland Biome may well be the ideal digital textbook for third through fifth grade students who need to learn about grasslands for fun or for science class.
Get up-close and personal with the human body, exploring all of its parts, seeing how they’re all connected, and absorbing key information about each body part at the same time in this highly interactive and informational app.
Travel down to the swamp and learn about the different plants and animals within, all while waiting for the hiding gator to appear. Don’t let the calmness of the narration fool you – kids will still find the story exciting, especially at the end when they get to find out what the gator has for lunch.
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Take a closer look at the human body through a fun rhyming story featuring the Cat in the Cat and his friends. Mixed in with the trademark Seussical rhymes, kids will find information about their bodies, from the hair on their heads to the toes on their feet, and everything in between.
Discover over 100 animals and their sounds as you tap your way through this digital encyclopedia. Animals appear in multiple formats to make it easy for kids to learn about them in their own way, be it through hearing the sounds they make, looking at photos, or learning some of the more scientific details.
Rough Science provides basic introductory information about layers of the earth, states of matter, and adaptation/evolution in the form of a video tutorial and a hands-on challenge that reinforces a simple concept from the video.