Turn screen time to green time
Summer is here and school is out!
This normally means one of two things; your kids are outside soaking in the joys of living here in Horry County, or they’re tethered to their devices as citizens of the virtual world. If any members of your crew fall into the latter category, we have compiled a list of apps that can help bridge that gap between getting outdoors and being online 24/7. It’s especially important to do so after the year we all had to endure in 2020.
So, whether it’s identifying plants, determining the types of birds in your backyard, taking nature and wildlife pictures to share with other enthusiasts or helping up their fishing game, there’s something to help encourage everyone to turn their screen time into green time!
Check out these apps and let us know what you think!
- Audubon Birds – A Field Guide to North American Birds Audubon Birds – A Field Guide to North American Birds App Review (commonsensemedia.org)
- PlantSnap Plant Identification – PlantSnap Plant Identification App Review (commonsensemedia.org)
- Project Noah – Project Noah App Review (commonsensemedia.org)
- FishAngler – FishAngler