Gurgaon, India – PlayAppsInc, a leading developer of K-5 educational iPad apps, launched its first app – PlayScience I (v1.0.0). The app covers the entire official educational curriculum for Grade 1 Science including topics such as Plants, Animals, Earth, Weather, Sky, Matter, Motion and Energy. Rather than downloading several disparate apps focusing on different concepts, PlayScience I is a one stop app to help Early Elementary Grade children to learn all science concepts needed for Grade 1. It has been designed with educational and child development experts.
Speaking on the occasion, the PlayApps team mentioned that they strongly believe in the difference that tablets can bring about in education. PlayScience I is a step in that direction. The app uses positive reinforcement to encourage learning. Since it caters to the entire Grade 1 syllabus, it can complement what children learn at schools or can be used by teachers in classrooms. The app does not require internet connection, and can be used anywhere – at home or at school.
The app consists of several activities, games and exercises that make learning not only fun but also contribute to the overall growth of children, building up skills such as retention, logical analysis, critical thinking etc. All exercises comply with the U.S. Common Core State Standards.
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* 96.5 MB
Pricing and Availability:
PlayScience I (v1.0.0) is $4.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available in the US exclusively through the App Store in the Education category. PlayScience will be soon available worldwide. Schools looking to buy the app for entire organization can use the Apple Volume Purchase Program (VPP) to avail a special price.
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