Each photo contains three details with audio. Designed for 3rd-5th graders. There are two more apps in this series - one for life science, and one for earth science.
This is a series of apps - simply study aides, but worth a look.
A free app by NASA, learn about components of the launch vehicles, how they are configured and how they work together to successfully launch a NASA spacecraft.
From Smithsonian Institution’s Sant Ocean Hall
Explore tectonic plates
The app is divided into three sections:
• A puzzle, so users can practice placing bones in their correct location in the skeleton.
• A quiz to test users' knowledge at two levels of difficulty.
• Supporting text that provides basic descriptions of bones.
The first app is Specimania.
Great collection of apps on the human body.
An interactive learning experience.
Anatomy flash cards. Don't miss this series.
Birds, wildflowers, trees, and more.
Find birds nearby, includes bird calls, locate great birding places,, powered by eBird at Cornell.
Heart facts and quiz.
Physics and Physical Science
Science experiments to easily experiment with!
Several physics apps, the latest one is Projectile.
Light the bulb. Great strategy game. There is also a lite version, so give it a try.
Calculates the component and magnitude of a vector as you size and rotate it. Just drag on the graph to move the vector around.
Design your own roller coaster.
Virtual chemistry lab.
Study the relationship between pressure, volume, temperature and gas particles.
view three-dimensional renderings of molecules and manipulate them
View and build molecules in 3D.
$1.99, solves stoichiometry problems - try it!
Periodic Table and Amino Acid Companion
Visualize the mathematical relationships occurring between substances in a chemical reaction. There are two additional apps available, Titration Simulator and Calorimetry Simulator.