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Light and Color, a paid app by Tinybop, teaches about color and light by allowing children to explore these topics in a variety of ways. Children can mix colors, hunt for colors in their world, line up blocks in order of shades, tints and gradients, and play with color and light. Use the “Understand” section to see the world through a dog’s eye view, or “Connect” to think about how colors and emotions interact. Interactive labels can toggle on and off. Available in 50+ different languages.
Created by the educators at the American Museum of Natural History, the free Ology app allows school-aged children to play fun interactive games, watch videos, and read articles about all kinds of science. The interface is bright and eye-catching, and content areas are well organized while also creating plenty of opportunity for discovery. Available in English, with some videos also available in Spanish.
Teach Monster: Number Skills is a free app designed for children to practice number recognition, counting, and simple addition through various games. The focus is up to number 5. Participants have opportunities to revisit favorite games and build their skills. Available in English.