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Tinybop Schools
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For ages 5-11
For grades K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
$2000/year, iPad, Android, Chrome, Internet Site
Teaches: science, biology, weather, geology, astronomy
Tagged for: STEM, Science
This is a web-based platform designed to bring selections from Tinybop's high quality apps into schools, even if they don't have iPads.

The models actually work in exactly the same way as the established apps, and will work via ‘click’ on a desktop in the same way. There haven’t been any operational changes apart from the fact they also work on a web-connected desktop.

The models cover anatomy in The Human Body, zoology in Mammals, geography in Homes, physics in Simple Machines, geology in The Earth, meteorology in Weather, engineering in Skyscrapers, and astronomy in Space.

In each model, students can observe, explore, and test interactive renderings of real-world systems, such as the water cycle in weather, forces and movement in Simple Machines, and the solar system in Space. Simulations highlight key concepts, such as how the skeletal system supports the body as bones are removed. In Skyscrapers, students can test structures during high winds and earthquakes and observe how buildings are designed to move, while also keeping people safe and secure.

Record keeping features let teachers monitor student progress. Learn more at .
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