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Memorizing the 50 States of America | Listly List

Here is a list of ways for your students to memorize and learn about the 50 States of America | Memorize the 50 states song. The easy and fast way ...

Geography Education Is Very Important

Learning Games for Kids is sponsored by Time4Learning, a convenient, online home education program for homeschooling, afterschool, and summer learning: Time4Writing with online writing courses, and, with educational vocabulary and spelling materials for learning sight words, math vocabulary, with word games such as unscramble and MatchIt.

10 Mind-Blowing Geographical Facts About The US

Here are 10 surprising geological facts about the United States. We're all well aware that the US is filled with mountains, canyons, lakes, and waterfalls, b...




Games help the mind to learn and comprehend and this site does just that. Ben gives the tour and information needed for a variety of subjects and lessons. I chose this resource to provide a fun, light hearted interaction to the subject.

50 states, 50 spots: Natural wonders

You don't have to go far to find natural beauty in the United States. From colossal canyons to sky-scraping peaks, towering redwoods to shimmering rivers, there are must-see wonders in every state.

Not all learning can be interactive which is why I chose this article to analyze and read through. It gives some creativity through the photos displayed and sparks the interest to the subject of social studies.

Photo Mapo

The Photo Mapo iPhone app will transform your photo moments into mapped masterpieces you'll want to share with friends and family. Download the app from the Apple App Store.
Choose from 6 predefined styles: like Postcard, Treasure and Retro. Customize by changing the background, map type and zoom level. Include a description for your mapped masterpiece. Control the photo information that is displayed. Share instantly to Facebook, Twitter and Flickr. Attach to an email or save to the camera roll. Use the built-in camera for quick photo taking. Work with photos from other cameras. Attach a GPS location to a photo that does not have one. Automatically use the last photo you took
☆ Use with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

This app allows students to explore outside of the classroom, using their own device. It gives a variety of options to redesign pictures for a personal project or to share with the class. I chose this app because it gives students the opportunity to think about lessons outside of the classroom


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Google Expeditions

Imagine exploring coral reefs or the surface of Mars in an afternoon. With Expeditions, teachers can take students on immersive, virtual journeys.

This project gives a virtual journey to many destinations. I chose this because it is unique to the subject and is an advanced learning style for the classroom

To Be Free- This is an app used on an IPad that will allow students to explore some of the monumental moments in US H...

Americans reacted to the Emancipation Proclamation in different ways. With Changing America: To Be Free, you can discover firsthand accounts of individual circumstances and reactions.

In the midst of the Civil War President Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, an executive decision that freed slaves in the rebel states on January 1, 1863. While the Emancipation Proclamation did not free all of the enslaved, it affected people across the country--men, women, young, old, enslaved and free.

Frederick Douglass said, “We are all liberated by this proclamation. Everyone is liberated. The white man is liberated, the black man is liberated.”

Use Changing America: To Be Free to go beyond the well-known stories of Emancipation and gain insight into this profound moment in the lives of so many different people. You can search, sort and read personal responses to the Emancipation Proclamation across the north, south and border states from men and women of all ages.

Changing America: To Be Free is a digital component to the Changing America: The Emancipation Proclamation, 1863 and the March on Washington, 1963 exhibition. This exhibition, presented by the National Museum of African American History and Culture in collaboration with the National Museum of American History, commemorates these two pivotal achievements on their 150th and 50th anniversaries. It explores their historical context, their accomplishments and limitations, and their impact on the generations that followed.

The exhibition will be on view from December 14, 2012 through September 15, 2013 in the National Museum of African American History and Culture Gallery at the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C.

Create and share maps. This is a good way for students to become with the geography of countries because of the inter...

Easily Create and Share Maps. Share with friends, embed maps on websites, and create images or pdf.



Pick a family member that has traveled around to other countries or within the United States to gain some information about the similarities and differences of a variety of places.