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Updated 6-8-17

  1. Age of Explorers–a game from the History Channel
  2. Civil War–by the Smithsonian; MS and HS; a mystery game while learning about the period
  3. Civil War Today–For less than one penny per day you can experience the war as it unfolded, one day at a time, with daily updates that let you live the events in “real-time” over four years.
  4. Early Jamestown–interactive textbook exploration of the early days of the Jamestown settlement and the state of Virginia.
  5. Gettysburg Battle app
  6. History Here–find what history is in your geographic area; from
  7. Pass the Past–educational game to help students prepare for Virginia’s Standard’s of Learning (SOL) exams with a focus on World, United States and Virginia history, civics, and geography.
  8. US History–McGraw-Hill Education’s American History Time Line is a fun and informative way to navigate the history of the United States.

2 Responses to History

  1. TheresaWhittakerr1

    Thanks a lot for such useful resources. It can be really needed for students and teachers though! Due to my work I guess the archaeology papers are my lifestyle so these website are very beneficial for me too. I hope to find here a lot of interesting and exciting facts.

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