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Social StudiesGoogle EarthFindView a place being discussed in a lesson or from text for any subject.Remembering KnowledgeFree

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Social StudiesGoogle EarthInterpretDraw conclusions about transportation, agriculture, climate, etc. from the satellite photos of an area.UnderstandingComprehensionFree

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Social StudiesGoogle EarthRecognizeView a custom map, geo story, clues, etc. created in Google Maps. Remembering KnowledgeFree

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Social StudiesGoogle EarthRetrieveRead Wikipedia articles embedded with a location to learn more information & share it with your group.Remembering KnowledgeFree

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Social StudiesWhere Am I At?LocateIdentify the latitude and longitude for your location and view satellite imagery, road map or hybrid.Remembering KnowledgeFree

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Social StudiesWhere Am I At?FormulateGive directions to your location for someone traveling from another place in your local area. Use geographic directions and landmarks such as roads or buildings. CreatingSynthesisFree

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Social StudiesDiscovery US GeographyReviewRead a news article about Earth, Dinosaurs or Archaeology and discuss the topic with a partner during choice time.UnderstandingComprehensionPay

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Social StudiesDiscovery US GeographyLocateRead the Discovery Student Twitter feed to find interesting links and articles during choice time.Remembering KnowledgePay

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Social StudiesDiscovery US GeographyDiscussVisit the Discovery Theatre to watch a clip about something interesting. Record your notes, questions or thoughts. Talk about what you learned with a partner during choice time.UnderstandingComprehensionPay

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Social StudiesDiscovery US GeographySelectChoose Activities for a US Region to learn about bodies of water, population/culture, climate, landforms & major cities.Remembering KnowledgePay

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Social StudiesDiscovery US GeographyIdentifyChoose Challenges for a US Region to answer questions about bodies of water, population/culture, climate, landforms & major cities. If you get stuck you can watch a "video refresher".UnderstandingComprehensionPay

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Social StudiesNational Geographic World AtlasJudgeView a place being discussed in a lesson or from text for any subject. Compare the various types of maps available. Decide which will work best for your purposes.EvaluatingEvaluationPay

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Social StudiesNational Geographic World AtlasRetrieveLook up basic profile facts about a country being discussed or from text in any subject.Remembering KnowledgePay

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Social StudiesStack the StatesListBrowse the state flashcards to learn profile facts about 10 states. Have a partner quiz you on the state capital, nickname, major cities, etc.Remembering KnowledgePay

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Social StudiesStack the StatesIdentifyAnswer questions about the states in the stacking game. Write down at least 3 questions that you miss and what the answer is.UnderstandingComprehensionPay

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Social StudiesShake StatesLocateMove the states into their correct location. For a challenge you can remove the guidelines.UnderstandingComprehensionPay

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Social StudiesStack the CountriesRecognizeBrowse the flashcards to learn profile facts about 1 country from each continent. Have a partner quiz you on the capital city, language, etc.Remembering KnowledgePay

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Social StudiesStack the CountriesIdentifyAnswer questions about the countries in the stacking game. Write down at least 3 questions that you miss and what the answer is.UnderstandingComprehensionPay

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Social StudiesCIA FactbookExamineConduct research about a country. Record information you find interesting or you plan to use for a project.AnalyzingAnalysisPay

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Social StudiesCIA FactbookParaphraseSearch for information about a country that is being discussed or that you are reading about. What information stands out? Record or discuss with a partner what you found.UnderstandingComprehensionPay

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Social StudiesCIA FactbookAnalyzeCompare statistics about countries such as population, energy consumption, roadways, etc. AnalyzingAnalysisPay

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Social StudiesWorld Explorer 360LocateView a place being discussed in a lesson or from text for any subject. What do you notice?Remembering KnowledgePay

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Social StudiesWorld Explorer 360ReviewRead Wikipedia articles embedded with a location to learn more information & share it with your group.UnderstandingComprehensionPay

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Social StudiesGeo Walk HDExploreRead about people, places, animals, plants and news stories from around the globe.Remembering KnowledgePay

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Geo Walk HDRecallTake a photo quiz about the topics available.Remembering KnowledgePay

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Social StudiesUS QuartersRecognizeDiscover what each state quarter design has to do with American history.Remembering KnowledgeFree

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Social StudiesFlat StanleyTransferFind a picture from a location we are studying or reading about. Post a Flat Stanley with a description or fact about that area.ApplyingApplicationFree

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Social StudiesFlat StanleyDescribeBrowse Flat Stanley's from around the world. What do you notice about the pictures? Share an interesting photo with a partner during choice time.Remembering KnowledgeFree

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Social StudiesNewseumFindLook at the front pages from 5 of today's papers from around the world. Are there any stories that are on all of them? What story caught your eye? Remembering KnowledgeFree

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NewseumInterpretFind a paper from a region we are studying or you are reading about. What are the big stories there? Report back to your group or partner.UnderstandingComprehensionFree

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Social StudiesNewsmapExamineLocate a paper from a place the class is partnered with. What is the weather like there? What stories might they be talking about with their parents?AnalyzingAnalysisFree

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Social StudiesTween Tribune (Safari Link)CreatePublish an article you have written.CreatingSynthesisFree

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Social StudiesTween Tribune (Safari Link)JudgeRead an article and leave a quality comment about your opinion or how it connects to your life.EvaluatingEvaluationFree

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Social StudiesTween Tribune (Safari Link)CritiquingRead 5-10 comments from an article you like and rank them based on how well the comment helps people learn and have a conversation about the topic.EvaluatingEvaluationFree

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Social StudiesPresidents vs AliensRecallBrowse the presidential flashcards to learn profile facts about 10 presidents. Have a partner quiz you on their party, nickname, etc.Remembering KnowledgePay

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Social StudiesPresidents vs AliensRecognizeAnswer questions about the presidents in the alien game. Write down at least 3 questions that you miss and what the answer is.Remembering KnowledgePay

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Social StudiesHistory ToolsRetrieveDiscover what happened today in history, who was born, who died, etc. Pick one fact to share with the class Tweeter to be posted.Remembering KnowledgeFree

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Social StudiesHistory ToolsLocateFind what happened in history on a special day such as your birthday. Write about what you find out.Remembering KnowledgeFree

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Social StudiesHistory ToolsIntegrateCreate a new entry for a recent event that happened in our community. CreatingSynthesisFree

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Social StudiesThis Day in HistoryDifferentiateCompare the information in this app to the History Tools app. Are the events the same? AnalyzingAnalysisFree

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Social StudiesWhat WAS ThereContrastSearch for a US city you are studying to determine if there are historical images available. If so, tour the locations comparing the images to the present day.AnalyzingAnalysisFree

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Social StudiesLIFECompareFind pictures of the environment, people, culture, etc. from a place we are studying or a place you are reading about. Record or discuss how things there are similar to your own location.AnalysingAnalysisFree

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Social StudiesFotopedia HeritageResearchFind pictures of the environment, people, culture, etc. from a place we are studying or a place you are reading about. Record or discuss new things that you can learn from these pictures.AnalysingAnalysisFree

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Social StudiesGuardian EyewitnessRelateFind pictures of the environment, people, culture, etc. from a place we are studying or a place you are reading about. Record or discuss how the photo connects with the lesson or book.AnalysingAnalysisFree

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Social StudiesBeautiful PlanetContrastFind pictures of the environment, people, culture, etc. from a place we are studying or a place you are reading about. Record or discuss how things there are different than what you have experienced in your life.AnalysingAnalysisPay

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Social StudiesTour WristQuestionFind pictures of the environment, people, culture, etc. from a place we are studying or a place you are reading about. Record or discuss some things you are wondering about from the photos.AnalysingAnalysisFree

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Social StudiesPanoramas.dk (Safari Link)AttributeFind pictures of the environment, people, culture, etc. from a place we are studying or a place you are reading about. Record or discuss how things you see in the photo would affect the life of the people living there.AnalysingAnalysisFree

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Social Studies360Cities.net (Safari Link)ExamineSearch for pictures of the environment, people, culture, etc. from a place we are studying or a place you are reading about. Record or discuss 10 things in the photo that you don't think anyone else would notice. Why might those things be important?AnalysingAnalysisFree

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Social StudiesMy CongressCompareFind your local Representative. What topics are they focusing on right now? Have we talked about any of those issues in class? Is there an issue we should talk about in class?UnderstandingComprehensionFree

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Social StudiesMy CongressCritiqueLocate the contact information for your Representative and prepare for a communication with them about a topic you feel strongly about.EvaluatingEvaluationFree

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Social StudiesWhite HouseCompareRead about what the President is doing this week. Are there any blog posts about a topic we have discussed in class?UnderstandingComprehensionFree

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Social StudiesWhite HouseDiscussWatch video highlights of the recent Presidential events. Record or discuss your thoughts. Are there any upcoming "Live" events we could watch?UnderstandingComprehensionFree

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Social StudiesWhite HouseJudgeBrowse photos from the White House. What would it be like to be president? What would it be like to be a child of the president? Look for clues and record your thoughts.EvaluatingEvaluationFree

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Social StudiesWhite House PhotostreamDeduceChoose your favorite picture from the Presidential events. Save it to use & create a comic strip showing what the people in the photo are thinking or saying.AnalysingAnalysisFree