Earlier this week, we wrote about some interesting iPad apps from a company called Kids Discover, teaching children about Antarctica, Galaxies and Washington D.C. Now they’ve launched another couple.
That means a stylish mixture of 3D models, video, audio, photos, text and quizzes/games. For the Cells app, the content focuses on “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”.
Meanwhile, the Extreme Weather app covers “the most extreme forms of weather on Earth, with an interactive cross-section of a hurricane, high-definition videos of tornadoes and lightning, and the science behind climates of extreme heat and cold”.
We like the look of both apps, which are aimed at 7-12 year-olds. Both cost £1.99 on the App Store, and are iPad-only.