This is a fun app for introducing children to different concepts of science. With colors, artwork, music, sound and hands-on activities, GazziliScience is a multisensory learning experience.
Sid the science kid is packed with stories and fun activities aimed at developing early science exploration. It features two story books, jokes, games, sing-along music videos, colouring pages and more.
Designed for kids under 8 years of age, Happy Little Farmer is an iPad app that teaches the life cycle of a variety of plants in a way that is not only fun but that kids in this age group will understand.
Brian Cox's Wonders of Life takes a child on a journey that allows him to learn how life originated on Earth, from the small microbe to the large giraffe. It has a mix or videos, photographs and text to explain everything in detail.
Redshift presents a planetarium view of the night sky and shows the stars and constellations as they appear. This app will take your child on a three-dimensional voyage across the solar system and beyond.
The app examines the issue of global warming. It examines the arguments for and against this issue, and provides evidence to prove that global warming is happening.
The Netter's Anatomy Atlas provides several diagrams of the human anatomy. Among other features, it also has several labeling quizzes to test how much one remembers of what he has learnt from the app.
This app gives in-depth knowledge about chemical elements. The users get to know the incredible stories behind each element in the periodic table.
Star Walk 2 helps you find and identify stars, planets and constellations in real time by simply holding up your mobile phone up to the sky.
Explorium takes children on a deep sea dive and introduces them to the world beneath the sea. The app lets them discover new animals, learn facts about the ocean and play fun mini-games.