Here are some free science apps to aide in teaching science in the classroom.
Molecules. Displaying 3D renderings of molecules, this app gives you an easy way to explain molecules visually. More content for extended learning can be downloaded from the RCSB Protein Data Bank.
3D Brain. This 3D interactive brain to rotates to highlight different brain segments and functions. Featuring color coding and definition, this app makes it easy to walk your students through the brain with ease.
HudsonAlpha iCell. This app is absolutely beautiful and easy to use. Explore animal, plant and bacteria cells using a detailed 360 degree rotation option. One great feature of this app is the scalable definitions, from “easy” to “difficult”, making it easy to use with students at different grade levels.
PhysicalSci. This interactive glossary contains a range of definition in each major physical science category. Look through definitions, videos, flashcards, and other content for learning more about physical science.
Students of all ages will enjoy these visual and interactive apps.
Which one is your favorite?