Our Basic Science App (STEMify) For Android

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Our Free CCSS and NGSS aligned basic science learning app for Kindergarten through Primary 2 codenamed STEMify is now live on the Google Play Store. Science apps for Grade 3-6 are still under development as well as iOS and iPad OS variants.

The science app developed for kids also features introductory lessons on Computer Science and Online Safety.

This Science program is suitable for kids in Kindergarten and Grade One (Primary One | Year One | Class One & Grade 2). Higher Elementary School grade levels might also find this science app very useful.

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