Geography Apps for Kids

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Fun Geography Games for Kids – State Bingo and Geography Crosswords

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Is Geography a hard subject for your child? It was for me. That is why I am always excited when I find a good fun app helping kids learn the geographic facts. State Bingo and Geography Crossword is a fun geography game app about US geographic facts. Kids play bingo and crossword games with US […]

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App Went Free: GeoBee Challenge HD by National Geographic

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Are you kids doing GeoBee? My child’s school just finished their GeoBee challenge for this year. It is a fun way for kids to learn geography. GeoBee Challenge App is a great tool to help kids prepare for the challenge. If your child has not done GeoBee, it is like the Spelling Bee, but it […]

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Explore the World at Your Fingertip – Barefoot World Atlas

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I have been always looking for a good world atlas app to help my son learn about the world, a map not just includes geography information, but also about world culture. I have heard so much about Barefoot World Atlas, and finally got a chance to check it out. I was really impressed and love […]

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Earth 101 for iPAD

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Earth 101 for iPAD is a beautiful 3D model of the entire earth, with tons of geographic features and landmark information. Upon opening the app, kids will see the globe. Spinning the globe, kids can visit different areas on the earth. Tapping on any place brings up information of the area or the feature, such […]

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Learn Everything about Map with Cat in the Hat

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When I received There’s a Map on My Lap to review, I was excited. My 6 year old enjoys Dr. Seuss, and we read many of the stories from Cat in the Hat Learning Library when she was younger. In fact, There’s a Map on My Lap was one of our favorites in the series, and […]

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Learn Culture in the World via Music – Jazzy World Tour

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If you are looking for an app to teach your children about culture and various parts of the world, this app is for you. The folks over at The Melody Book have recently released Jazzy World Tour – Musical Journey for Kids. They have developed several music themed learning apps, such as Jazzy 123, Jazzy […]

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A Geography App Makes Travel Time a Learning Experience

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Travel time is the perfect opportunity to teach kids geography.  While many families are preparing holiday travel, I found this fun geography app that will add some fun to your trip and make those long wait at the airport or riding in the car a lot easier to manage.  Plus, kids will gain a lot […]

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App Went Free: Travel the History with Interactive 3D Model

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Paris 3D Saga is an educational and entertaining app.  It is FREE for limited time as part of the release of Paris 3D Saga project!  Through interactive 3D models, it takes the users through the history of Paris beginning 20 centuries ago.  If you like history or virtual reality, this is a must have app […]

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Introductory Price: Ice is Nice – Cat in the Hat learning Library

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In these extremely hot summer days, it makes me feel cool when I saw an app title “Ice is Nice”.   This is a new app in the Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library series.  It is a nonfiction series that introduces basic science concepts of real life objects to young children.  Ice is Nice is […]

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FREE App: ABCmouse.com – The Grand Canyon

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ABCmouse.com’s Search and Explore: The Grand Canyon is the first title of the ABCmouse.com’s Search and Explore series.  ABCmouse.com is a fee-based pre-school/kindergarten website with learning games and books.  The Search and Explore Series teaches young children about geography, national landmarks, and points of interest around the world through engaging stories featuring computer mice named […]

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FREE App – Fotopedia National Parks

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Summer is a good time to visit some parks.  I found an amazing app about US National Parks – Fotopedia National Parks.  In the app, there are over 3000 stunning photos of the 58 National Parks in the USA accompanied with park information.  What is more amazing, it is FREE.  The only catch: It requires […]

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Stack the Countries – Fun Geography App

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Stack the Countries is the extension to Stack the States app.  To learn about Stack the States, please go to iGameMom’s earlier review. The basic game play of Stack the Countries is similar to Stack the States.  Instead of facts about US states, Stack the Countries asks geography questions about countries around the world: capital […]

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Kids Maps – An Interactive Map Puzzle

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Since an earlier post recommended a geography app for kids 6 or older, I felt I should find one for younger kids too. I found Kids Maps. This is a map puzzle game. I can easily see a toddle play this game. How to play: When you start, you see an empty US map. Pieces […]

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Fun Geography Game – Stack the States

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Pretty soon, kids will start spring break. Some families will travel. I did some search on apps teach geography. I found Stack the States. With this app, kids will learn about capitals, state shapes, and map locations with animated states that stack, drop, tumble, and slide around like puzzle pieces. In the game, the player […]

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