Educational Apps - Science
This section includes educational applications for students of all ages to use to improve their knowledge and understanding in all areas of science, including biology, chemistry, astronomy, and physics.
3D Brain App
An app that helps students locate different parts of the brain.
A 3D presentation of a tanker that shows how it floats, its main features, and what goes into building it.
Atom – Builder
Here is an app that helps count protons, neitrons, and electrons in an atom.
Bill Nye The Science Guy
The science guy teaches all about science in the most scientifically fascinating ways.
The object of this game is to engage in creating an environment for microbes to thrive.
Essential Skeleton 4
Students learn the anatomy of a skeleton.
This application has drawing games, jigsaw puzzles, coloring doodles, all in a fun farm setting.
Khan Academy: Chemistry 1
Students can learn different levels of chemistry with videos downloaded directly to their ipad/iphone.
This application is great for kids to learn about the life of 15 fish that live in shallow water.
This chemical compatibility guide will allow students to check their materials against the chemicals they’re planning to use.
A count-up and alarming count-down multi-timer that is helpful during labs.
An application used for viewing three-dimensional renderings of molecules and manipulating them using your fingers.
The Night Sky
Kids can look at the night sky and identify the stars and constellations.
All of the subatomic particles that are around us in your pocket.
This application is an amazing place for children to meet 65 animals from every corner of the globe.
Science360 for iPad
The National Sciences Foundation’s app provides fast, easy information from around the world to students who want to learn more.
The science bear will help you recognize the basic science concepts.
A glossary of science terms that students can use to study.
Science Learning Hub
Learning science from another country through innovative science and technology.
Solve the Outbreak
Help the doctors solve the current outbreak before time runs out.
This application is a great way to learn about stars, point your phone at the sky and the star chart will tell you exactly which planet, star or constellation you are seeing.
Easy and inexpensive ways to recreate experiments help students learn hands on about science.