I teach a self-contained class where what I say pretty much goes. That's good in a way, but also can be draining. There's no curriculum support, no materials, etc. I have trouble the most with science. I used to do mostly experiments, but truth be told I stopped doing that because I truly do not have the money to buy the materials. Then I started having them watch videos of the material, and then doing a little mini-lesson on it. Recently, I've made "books" of all of the material that they should be learning, and have them read the books, and answer questions. I feel like I just really don't know how to teach science. They really don't do well with a whole group approach. Even when we did the experiments, I'm not sure how much they really retained/paid attention. We have iPads. Are there any cool inclusive apps that I could purchase? These are middle school students, but most function on a kindergarten or first grade level. Thanks.