Science lights up my brain. It always has.
I remember feeling enthralled by scientific facts as a child. To me, they were like the pieces of some great story that I could put into place. At the time, most of that information came from books, videos, or television shows about nature. However, with increases in digital media, children are finding new ways of collecting science facts.
Recently, the National Wildlife Federation reviewed several apps that help children learn facts about animals.
These apps are enough to make me want to learn this stuff all over again--not that I ever needed extra incentive to listen to the stories told by science facts.