List/Grid Tag Archives: science

Review Excerpt: Six simple drag-and drop science experiments are displayed on your iPad screen, disassembled. To make a light bulb light up or a volcano erupt, you must drop the parts ...
Review Excerpt: The world of apps and screens meets the world of real tangram blocks, objects like pens, coins or anything else you might have in your pocket, with Osmo, an easy to ...
Review Excerpt: Three reading levels in the same book? Why not? While we’re at it, why not let a child pick the level they like, from any page? First published in 2011, The Strange ...
Review Excerpt: In this free app from the Smithsonian Science Education Center. The idea is to show children how to describe movement and motion while virtually visiting animals in ...
review Excerpt: This second app from Tinybop’s Little Explorer’s Library (see also Human Body, CTR Sept 13) can turn an iPad into a living forest or a desert ecosystem (more ...
Review Excerpt: Silly yet slightly scientific, this app playfully introduces sets of multiple-choice school readiness exercises with NASA facts and footage about the planets. Content ...
Review Excerpt: Want to see a fish in your living room? Or the Bear chasing it? This is an augmented reality experience designed to accompany one of the Disneynature movies. It combines ...
Review Excerpt: Inspired from the 2007 book by Palm Publishing and the Smithsonian Institution, this Bug Alphabet book features 26 bugs; one per screen, with two paragraphs and clear ...
Review Excerpt: Best described as a science textbook on a tablet, Meet Science: Magnetism and Electricity (aka Meet Science 1) is the first of a series from NCSoft’s iActionBook ...
Review Excerpt: This quiz game for 2-3 players lets teachers create their own Jeopardy style games and share them from one to many iPads. It comes from Australia, from the creators ...
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