From ice, to water, to steam, and back, water changes form and function as it changes states. Learn more about the various states of matter with this fun infographic, perfect for the classroom
Travel back in time and discover far-reaching contributions of the Roman Empire, with a 360-degree panorama of the Pantheon, an interactive Roman Soldier, a view of the Colosseum past and present, and a deep examination into the culture and architecture of the time that still endures today.
Learn all about how cells gather fuel, create energy, grow, and reproduce, with interactive cross-sections of a cell, animations of mitosis and meiosis, and a spinning double helix.
Take a trip through the hills, valleys, mountains, and rivers that make up the Earth’s diverse landscapes, and learn about the science behind time zones and the difference between latitude and longitude.
Simple Machines by KIDS DISCOVER is a brilliantly designed app where you can find levers, wheels, pulleys, planes, etc.
Kids will dive into the amazingly complex world of electricity, as they learn all about the flow of electrons, static vs. dynamic energy, visit the world’s largest machine, and meet figures like Ben Franklin and Nikola Tesla.
This interactive app will be sure to engage kids in one of the most important concepts science has to offer: Energy. Packed with rich video and interactive animations, this app brings the topic of Energy to life, as kids will learn all about the various sources and forms of energy we encounter here on Earth, and how we as humans can better conserve our use of energy.
Take an in-depth look at matter’s many mixed-up forms, learn about the difference between chemical and physical changes, and examine matter’s four possible states: solid, liquid, gas and plasma.
Kids will journey from icy tundra to tropical rain forests in this interactive reading app for kids. This app will help kids better understand their relationship to nature and the environment, with an in-depth investigation into the many biomes of our planet, a look at how life cycles and food webs work, and an introduction into the important role of an ecologist.
To us here on Earth, the Sun is hugely important. Without it, our world would be a frozen rock wandering in space. Learn all about how the Sun gives us food, energy, seasons, weather, calendars, flowers, light, air, and some really wicked sunburns!
Kids will learn all about rocks, minerals, and the study of Geology as they take an interactive tour thru the rock cycle, visit Stonehenge in 3D, and learn how fossils form in this interactive reading app.
Kids will learn all about the process of photosynthesis, discover amazing adaptations plants make to their environment, and uncover the many ways humans depend on plants for our own survival in this interactive reading app.
This site shows the path that water takes from the earth to the atmosphere and back again. A really nice infographic of Water cycle to use with your students.