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Sid's Science Fair

  • Android, iPhone
  • Paid
  • age 3+

About Sid's Science Fair

Sid’s Science Fair is an app that allows children to think and solve problems like real scientists. Sid from the television show “Sid, the Science Kid” encourages children to use a magnifying glass to look for details of different objects, use charts to compare and contrast objects, and organize pictures of different objects to learn about sequencing. This is a great app for home and school. It demonstrates that it is never too early to start exploring our world!

App Details

Teacher Ratings


Android, iPhone



Academic Relevance
Thinking & Reasoning


In-App Purchases - No

In-App Advertising - No



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Sid’s Science Fair engages players (ages 3 to 6) in experiential learning with core science and math concepts from classification and identifying patterns to charting and sequencing. Emcee’d by Sid, from the hit series SID THE SCIENCE KID, the app presents three absolutely addictive Science Fair games specially crafted for your curious early learner(s):

Use your interactive magnifying glass to discover fascinating patterns among a wide variety of objects, from butterflies and buttons to keys and coins. Gabriela has fourteen different collections to inspect—and different patterns every time—so this game offers many hours of repeat play!

Think statistics are boring? No, no, no. Not with May and her awesome “Chart It!” game. Players organize her miniature stuffed animals, balloon creatures, origami, silly faces, and other cool stuff on a chart by observing shared traits. These traits can include color, shape, orientation, and more. May has seven different collections, each of which has ten items and three charts.

Get ready to travel through time! Or, rather, to make Gerald’s amazing pictures travel through time… First, choose from among his fourteen picture collections. Then order the pictures into a sequence, such as a snowman melting, candles burning down, a flower growing, or an apple being eaten. Once your sequence is in order (forwards or backwards in time both work!), you can swipe back and forth or tilt your device left or right to watch the time machine in action. But beware! Time machines can have unexpected results.

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