Recently, the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) came out with their 25 Best Apps for Teaching & Learning for 2014. The apps were chosen because they foster innovation, creativity, active participation, and collaboration.
Water Cycle HD is one of these apps. The app is very visual and interactive – students can view photographs and videos that describe all stage of the water cycle. While students learn the basics of the water cycle, they also learn about how it impacts life on Earth. AASL says, “the content correlates to Common Core Science Standards.”
At $1.99, the iOS-only app is a great investment for students K-5. Here is a screenshot from the app (you can see more screenshots on the App Store):
For more apps, check out our 2014 Recommended App archive!