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Some Good iPad Apps for Social Studies Teachers

April , 2016
There are plenty of online resources to help you enliven  your social studies class and enhance your students learning. This chart we published a couple of months ago features some of the best resources to use in your social studies class. These include web tools, Chrome apps, iPad and Android apps. Today, we are adding four more iPad apps to this list: Social Studies Friendly,  Today in History, TapQuiz maps World Edition,  and Stack the Countries Lite.

1- Social Studies Friendzy


‘Learn Social Studies with our K - 8th grade Social Studies games app! Test your knowledge on the US Presidents, US states and capitals, US government and history, US citizenship and immigration, and so much more! We feature the top 100 students every day!Kids learn Social Studies by playing on their own, with friends, or with other students around the world. Parents can view their child’s scores as well as the time they’ve spent playing.’

2- Today in History


‘Today in History is the BEST way to get key facts about iconic global events and fun facts from across the centuries, delivered right to your mobile device. Created for history, trivia, and knowledge lovers. Get all the important events of the day or narrow your selection down to one of our specific categories: Events, Births, Deaths, Holidays, and more…’

3- TapQuiz maps World Edition


‘Play TapQuiz™ Maps for an easy and quick way to master geography. Learn the countries of the world through a fun and engaging game! Just tap the answer to each question on the map. Keep track of your progress through the statistics page so that you will always know where you can improve. See how much you can learn in just 10 minutes’

4- Stack the Countries Lite


‘Stack the Countries™ Lite makes learning about the world fun! Watch the countries actually come to life in this colorful and dynamic game! As you learn country capitals, landmarks, geographic locations and more, you can actually touch, move and drop the animated countries anywhere on the screen. Carefully build a stack of countries that reaches the checkered line to win each level.’