Check out our newest K¹² iPhone App - What’s Sid Thinking: Science
They are mammals… They live in a forest habitat… They are called cubs when they are babies… They leave large tracks in almost any surface; their tracks are as large as an adult man's footprint and show imprints of all 5 toes and claws…
What are they?
- Giant anteaters
- American bullfrogs
- Fallow deer
- Grizzly bears
- Eastern gray squirrels
- African black rhinoceroses
(Answer at the bottom of the post)
Here’s what you need to know about it:
It’s free! It’s our latest app in the Sid series (I did a post a few weeks back about What’s Sid Thinking: History).
It’s for students grades 2-9, but we’ve seen first graders playing it with their parents too.
You can help Sid with several different topics:
- It comes loaded with a pack on Land Animals (like the clues above).
- You can download a pack on objects in the Solar System (planets, comets, moons) for just $0.99.
- We’re planning on adding packs on Weather (wind, cloud types, measuring instruments) and Sea Animals (dolphins, crabs, coral) soon too.
- It has dozens of topics and hundreds of randomized clues per pack – each time you play is different!
- There’s a world-wide leaderboard for you to show your science knowledge chops.
And, in case you were wondering, those clues at the top add up to…Grizzly bears!