Augmented reality technology is a great way to help bring topics to life for young learners. And the new app AR-kid: Space focuses on space and the history of its exploration.
On the journey, kids are helped by a robot guide to help explain the different concepts.
There are four main chapters for kids to explore.
In the first chapter, kids can make a rocket appear and then learn all about it before launching it into space.
Next, the shuttle arrives in orbit and children will learn about the astronauts, space station, and a communication satellite.
For chapter three, kids will then head to the moon and follow Neil Armstrong’s footsteps.
Finally, it’s onto the solar system to learn about the planets and sun.
The app is designed for kids 4 and above, and is entirely narrated for children who are still learning to read.
Designed for the iPhone and all iPad models, AR-kid: Space can be downloaded now on the App Store for $3.99.