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8 Good Android Science Apps for Elementary Students

May 25, 2017
For those of you using Android with their students in class, here is a collection of science apps curated specifically for elementary students. Using these apps, young learners will get to explore and learn about different science topics in fun, engaging and challenging ways.  For iPad science apps for elementary, check out this page instead. Enjoy

8 Good Android Science Apps for Elementary Students

1- Khan Academy
‘Khan Academy allows you to learn almost anything for free.You can learn anything – for free: Over 10,000 videos and explanations at your fingertips in math, science, economics, history, and much, much more’

2- Explorium: Space for Kids Free
‘Put on an astronaut helmet, board a spaceship and set off on an exciting journey with Explorium - Space for Kids. Learn amusing astronomical facts, test your wit in challenging mini-games, and collect all your courage to become a real space hero! ’

3- Toca Lab
‘Welcome to Toca Lab! Explore the colorful and electrifying world of science and meet all 118 of the elements from the periodic table. ’

4- Science Lab for Kids
‘Check out our free Science lab experiments, full of fascinating home science experiments that are a great way for kids to enjoy the world of Science labs.’

5- Scientific Experiments
‘ Scientific experiments, is an ideal opportunity for your children to learn the laws of science, in an easy and simple way, all free and a great complement to their education and school work or school application. ’

6- iTooch 4th Grade Science
‘With more than 1,543 activities, iTooch 4th Grade Science is a fun way of practicing and learning Science for fourth graders.’

7- Love Science
‘Kids Love Science series of stories are written for children of ages 3-10, with the aim entertaining these youngsters while introducing them to significant achievements in the history of science, exploration and adventure.’

8- Kids Science Experiments
‘Kids Science Experiments application has more than 50 kids experiments with requirement of experiments, method for performing experiments and logic or happening of experiments.’