5 Reasons To Buy The Merge Cube

I recently bought four Merge Cubes for my classroom. I loved that I could bring the solar system, body systems, and fossil digging right inside my science classroom. Not only are the cubes amazing, but they are an awesome price! I purchased two of the Two for $10 deals on Amazon.

1. iOS or Android

The apps for the Merge Cube works for both devices. So, what ever device you have already wether it is your personal device or a school device, it will work with this awesome piece of technology. 


2. Apps are Free or Cheap

Most of the apps are not going to break the bank. The one's that I have download to use for my classroom were all free or $1.99. I would spend this on Teachers Pay Teachers in a heartbeat! So, a few dollars is no big deal for an app that is so engaging. 

3. VR Goggle Compatible

 The interactive apps also can be switched to vr mode. All you need is a pair of vr goggles with a button. The goggles have to have the button for the interactive part of the apps to work.

4. Visuals, Visuals, Visuals

The visuals are amazing! As you can see from the image it brings the solar system to life. For this solar system app, you can interact and learn about each planet and the Sun. I also love how with just watching it you can see rotation and revolution happening. 

5. Kid's LOVE it

 I have two kids of my own, ages 9 and 6. They feel in love with the Merge Cube. Again, I used this in the classroom with my 7th and 8th graders and it was a huge hit with that age group. It is safe to say that if you have kids, or love technology you need to give this a try. I am a big kid, and I love technology, I cannot quit exploring all the awesome apps with the Merge Cube. 

Have you tried the Merge Cube yet? Have any questions for me? Leave me a comment below! 

I plan to create educational activities/worksheets for the classroom to go along with some of the apps. Check back soon for updates.

YOUTUBE VIDEO OF THE MERGE CUBE IN ACTION BELOW. (CLICK THE IMAGE) or this link 




Happy Teaching! 

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