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Bring nature and culture from around the world to your students—and skip the costs. The Virtual Field Trips collection offers apps, videos, and Multi-Touch books from places like MoMA, the Smithsonian, the Met, the Palace of Versailles, the Grand Canyon, the U.S. National Archives, the Library of Congress, and the Royal Opera House. Whether you’re teaching the arts, history, or the sciences, these resources present opportunities for interactive activities in almost any lesson.

U.S. history apps that are "revolutionizing" education. I have the Civil War App, and it is so amazing it is hard to describe! It is based on a day by day exploration into what was happening...includes letters from both northern and southern people involved in the war, newspaper articles and more. It is a treasure of primary source materials!

Top 7 Free Family History Apps for iPad or iPhone ~ Discover a new story...Your Story!! Modern Family History Ideas at Teach Me Genealogy www.tmgenealogy.com

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10 Apps for Kids to Learn History

Do you like history? These 10+ apps are taking history teaching / study to a new level, with multi-media materials, role play games, interactive quizzes, and many fun activities kids love to play. Now you can travel the world and history right at your desk, in your classroom or home. | technology education resource

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FREE App: European Exploration - The Age of Discovery

European Exploration Free App - Kids learn history via playing. They also learn budgeting, team building, and vonage planning

U.S. history apps that are "revolutionizing" education. I have the Civil War App, and it is so amazing it is hard to describe! It is based on a day by day exploration into what was happening...includes letters from both northern and southern people involved in the war, newspaper articles and more. It is a treasure of primary source materials!

This is cotton gin from the colonial history. In 1794, U.S.-born inventor Eli Whitney patented the cotton gin, a machine that revolutionized the production of cotton. Mostly by greatly speeding up the process of removing seeds from cotton fiber. For his work, he is credited as a pioneer of American manufacturing.