1) GeoDash Wild Animal Adventure: This is a free app put out by National Geographic that is an educational game about animals. In order to continue playing, you must learn interesting facts about animals to proceed to higher levels.
2) A Life Cycle App: This does cost $1.99. Kids can follow a variety of things through their life cycles to help them understand the various stages from how life starts to adulthood and how
life starts all over again.
3) Dinosaurs: The American Museum of Natural History Collections: The app is free, and is a fun way to encourage young students to learn more about dinosaurs, paleontologists and science more generally.
4) NASA App: This free app allows younger learners to view missions, images, and videos (some
from the famous Hubble Space Telescope) that help them to see and understand space and our planet.
5) Video Science: This is a free app. While the lessons may be above your child's level at this time, they can have fun viewing and trying out experiments.
There are many more apps. So have fun looking for educational apps in science, technology, engineering, and math.