Aside from creating meaningful hands-on learning experiences for your child, you can also encourage a child to learn about science technology like your smartphone. From engineering to plants to space, chemicals and everything in between, science is a huge field that captures the imagination of children. Our list of awesome science apps you can help your child learn all about science.
Foldify Zoo – Create, Print and Fold Paper Animals! is one of those rare apps that reaches out into the real world and gets kids interacting beyond the screen of their devices. Let them enjoy creating animal figures in the digital world and with real paper and scissors.
Inventioneers opens the door to creative and inventive play by challenging users to solve problems. Users can position objects and tiny helpers called Inventioneers to accomplish each goal while learning about physics concepts.
Earth Day is a good time for us to remember the need to be good stewards of the Earth. Children are never too young to learn how important it is they do their part. We’ve included a list of reviewed and recommended apps for a wide range of ages. Recycle Hero For Kids Recycle Hero …
Star Walk Kids-Explore Space and Planets is a wonderful adventure into the science and culture of the nighttime sky. It will encourage interest in astronomy and also allow families to explore the beauty of the night together.
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.
Meet Science: Magnetism and Electricity is an interactive, thorough study guide for basic physics concepts in the two areas. The app is informative and engaging, and a great resource for upper elementary through beginning high school students.
Miles and Miles of Reptiles is an interactive story book intended for children from kindergarten through fourth grade, but kids of all ages will enjoy and benefit from it. Typical Seuss-style text and illustrations are highlighted by animations, sound effects and callouts with definitions, facts, and information about reptiles.