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WWF Together
Showcases photos and factual information of whales, rhinos, and other endangered species
Publisher: World Wildlife Fund, Inc.

Why we love this app

We can't get enough of this one, and neither will your kid. WWF Together offers stunning wildlife images and useful information on species, habitat, environmental concerns, and more to help paint a picture of the struggles many wild animals face around the globe. Kindergartners and 1st graders will like flipping through the app with mom and dad. Older kids should be fine on their own.

What it teaches and how it works

Kids click on one of a dozen animals to learn facts and see additional photos. Major problems facing each species are also highlighted. Students may also click on an animated globe to learn about dozens of other wild animals facing habitat loss or related concerns.

Why your kid won't be able to put it down

So much thought and care went into the development of this app, and it's apparent on every page. Starting with the large inviting pictures and continuing through the carefully crafted prose, this app is clearly a winner.

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