It turns out our teachers, Hollywood and whoever we got our Thanksgiving mythology from (Big Turkey?) all made America's origin story far more boring than it actually was for some very disturbing reasons.
This weekend while I was checking some of the iPad list apps in my archive and I came across a list which has not been updated for awhile now. The list features some interesting educational iPad apps for teaching and learning about social studies. Since the posting of that list, many other apps have been released and some of them are making rounds on the web.
I have done some searching and curated this list containing some new apps that students and teachers of social studies can use in their class. Check them out and share with us what you think of them.
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