August 23, 2012 in Education (E)
[prMac.com] Fremont, California - If you follow educational apps and app makers, you've may or may not have heard of Punflay, but you probably have come across mentions of its very popular app, Frog Dissection. The maker of several successful kids educational apps including Frog Dissection, Cell & Cell Structure, Word Wall and Number Sense, Punflay products have featured on "Noteworthy" and "Top 25" lists, and won several industry recognitions.
Science Apps are Going Back to School:
Tomorrow for the first time ever, Punflay is putting all three of its Science apps: Frog Dissection, Cell Structure and Rat Dissection, on sale for its Back to School promotion.
A multiple award winner, Frog Dissection is an ethical and educative alternative to real animal dissection. Available across devices and recognized by animal rights advocacy groups, the Frog Dissection App enables students to learn animal anatomy without needless animal culling.
Cell & Cell Structure:
Cell & Cell Structure helps middle school students understand cell functioning and structure, and is supported by interactive activities to test recollection and emphasize cell parts and functions. Specifically designed for middle-school students, this app complements life-science curriculum.
A great substitute for the real thing, Rat Dissection fits perfectly with middle school science curriculum. Students can now experience dissecting a rat without having to handle a real rat.
Pricing and Availability:
For a limited time, these iPad apps will be sold at $1.99 (USD) each, for one day only, August 24th 2012.
Punflay, a brand of Emantras develops educational iPad and iPhone apps for kids. The division's talented team designs its apps through meticulous research and testing. Aimed to educate and please children, Punflay's apps are very kid-friendly and intuitive to use. Copyright (C) 2012 Punflay. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.