Britannica Kids: Snakes
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Britannica Kids: Snakes is the perfect app for getting the facts right and looks at the feeding habits, life cycle, types of snakes, snake bites and much more in a really cool and interactive way.
Britannica Kids Snakes app is suitable for children aged 8 – 12 and has been developed around Britannica’s exclusive curriculum-based content with high quality images and interactive learning games. This app has been specifically designed to help with homework, projects and exams but at the same time children get fun and excitement while learning. Plus as it’s from Britannica you can be sure it’s appropriate and safe for the whole family!
Coverage of the topic includes:
The World of Snakes
Snake and Humans
Types of Snakes
Snakes A-Z – featuring 16 popular snakes including:
Then the fun starts:
Map – With this amazing tool you can locate where you are anywhere in the world. Want to see where the most poisonous snake lives? It’s easy with our map tool, and you can use the zoom feature to see the location up close.
Jigsaw Puzzles, created from stunning images of snakes. Break apart the puzzle and have some fun by shaking your device (iPod and iPhone) and then sliding the pieces back into place to complete the puzzle - it’s not as easy as it looks!
Scramble images of snakes in The Magic Square game by shaking your device (iPod and iPhone). Challenge yourself by re-arranging the squares to unscramble the image.
Brush off - brush the layers to reveal different snakes and then try to guess what they are – how many can you answer correctly?
Test your knowledge on Snakes with the Quiz feature - how much have you learned? But hurry: you must answer quickly as the quiz is timed!
Test your memory with the popular Memory Match game and match up the pairs!
Why not take your curiosity about snakes a step further and link to Britannica’s online services – Britannica Kids Online or Britannica Online – to continue your discoveries.
Try it today!
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