Engage in the excitement of early science learning with your preschoolers! Explore the 6 science learning apps and dozens of hands-on activities. Use the digital Teacher's Guide to implement the technology-based science curriculum into preschool classrooms.
Early Science with Nico & Nor™ is a science curriculum based on the Next Generation Preschool Science research project funded by the National Science Foundation. The apps and activities were designed and tested for preschool classroom use.
Share the joy of early math learning with your preschoolers! Play the 8 math learning apps and dozens of hands-on activities at home or in the classroom. A digital Teacher's Guide supports classroom implementation of the technology-based preschool math curriculum.
Early Math with Gracie & Friends™ is a math curriculum based on the Next Generation Preschool Math research project funded by the National Science Foundation. The apps and activities were designed and tested for preschool classroom use.
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They are learning language. They are learning sharing. They have to learn to work together. It's opened up so much for them. I can’t even express how amazing this program is. As a teacher, I would recommend it to anyone. I mean, this has changed me. This has changed my kids.
– Melisa Perez, preschool teacher for 16 years
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