Earth School

Developer: Yateland

Current Version: 1.2

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 28.8 MB - Download


Special Introductory Price: 50% OFF!

New and Noteworthy in UK Education July-September(iPad Version)

Earth School by Yateland are fantastic for teaching young kids about how the universe began in a fun and effective way that is at just the right level for them to

This app suggests that the universe was created by the big bang theory.
This apps is designed and intended for children age 2-6.

How did the universe begin?How was life born on earth?Where did water on earth come from?Welcome to earth school, Earth School is an educational kids apps containing 18 different mini games. It will show the big bang to earth generation, from life beginning to dinosaur extinction, enjoy!

* PLEASE NOTE: This apps is designed and intended for children age 2-6.
√ 18 different mini-games to play with
√ Funny environmental science
√ Fantastic original artwork!
√ Fun sounds and animations!
√ Kid-friendly interface!
- No third-party advertising
- No in-app purchases

The earth school lets the kids enjoy learning while playing.
It contains 18 different mini games including:
- The big bang
- Black hole
- Planet generation
- Birth of the Galaxy
- Evolution of species
- Saturn's Ring
- Fossil Hunting

If you like Earth School – try our other kids' apps!
- Farm School
- Bugs and Bunnies
- Dinosaur Games


Release Notes:

bug fixed


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0
Review by deadseafu

Thanks , my little daughter likes it very much . - She try to touch every scene again and again and laugh loudly , it 's really lovely and fun app for child .

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
Version 1.2
Review by webmanwho

Giant Fail - This is an iPad app. As best I can tell the developers did zero work adapting it for Mac. Full screen mode, the only menu option, resizes incorrectly so controls are hidden and some games become impossible to play. Crashes frequently on Yosemite. Many aspects originally designed for touch screens are either too frustrating or completely pointless with a trackpad or mouse.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people