Social Studies Games List

Games that teach social studies.

IXL

IXL IXL is an educational site which contains quiz-like games for your children aged around 2 to 18. It covers a wide range of topics from math to languages; from the sciences to social studies, making it a suitable supplementary tool for educators, especially those involved in homeschooling. 10 rate

Education.com

Education.com Education.com is an e-learning platform similar to ABCmouse. Here, your child can learn everything they need in accordance to the syllabus (Common Core) from PreK up to 5th Grade in entertaining ways. 10 rate

Stride K12

Stride K12 Stride K12 is an online educational program offering personalized public and private school curriculum that is perfect for homeschooling and online learning, as well as a host of other features, giving kids the tools they need to learn in their own unique ways, at their own pace, and at their own place! - rate

Petra's Planet

Petra's Planet Petra is a virtual world game that takes your child on adventures around the world where they discover different regions, cultures, indigenous animals and landscapes through sight, sound and a variety of educational games. 9.5 rate

Disney Descendants

Disney Descendants Your child will be able to hang out with the familiar and fun characters, such as the handsome Ben, the outgoing Mal and their friends, at Auradon prep from the Disney movie of the same title, Descendants. 10 rate

SimCityEDU: Pollution Challenge!

SimCityEDU: Pollution Challenge! Play as the mayor of Park Town and help the people balance employment creation with their environmental impacts in this amazingly educational game, SimCityEDU: Pollution Challenge! 10 rate

Argument Wars

Argument Wars Your child will be able to pretend to be a lawyer in a mock legal court setting arguing about some of the most popular and revolutionary cases in US history. 10 rate

Project Megarock: Yes or No?

Project Megarock: Yes or No? Appointed to the citizens’ jury, your child will be able to get involved in the debate surrounding a controversial, mine-building mega project, Project Megarock, in this critical thinking game. 10 rate

Study Island

Study Island Study Island is an educational program that packages oftentimes dull-sounding lessons into fun and engaging games. With over 600,000 unique lessons, this program provides the depth needed for your child to excel in math, science, social studies, and the English language, in addition to providing crucial progress data to you, the educator. - rate

Featured Games

Adventure Academy Adventure Academy From the creators of one of the world’s leading learning program, ABCmouse, Adventure Academy is a brilliant virtual world game that’s cleverly designed to be both fun to play and also educational. It covers a wide range of topics from science and math to English and is suitable for kids between the ages of 8 to 13. Fer.al Fer.al Fer.al is designed to be a thrilling sequel to the popular, kid-friendly virtual world game, Animal Jam, featuring a massive world to explore, lots of fun and exciting stuff to do, and many new players to meet and make friends with. ABCmouse ABCmouse Welcome to a very comprehensive set of games and activities where you child can learn about the alphabet, numbers and much more. Reading IQ Reading IQ Reading IQ is a digital, interactive library app that’s specially designed for kids under the age of 12. With over 1000 specially-curated and child-friendly titles as well as over 700 voiced books, your child will be able to hone their reading and listening skills, bringing these skills to the next level. ABCya.com ABCya.com ABCya.com is a brilliant educational website that uses gamification to encourage and promote fun learning. The site offers entertaining lessons from Kindergarten to Grade 6 based on the Common Core Standards, covering wide-ranging topics under all the important subjects like English, Maths, Science, and Social Sciences. WhiteHat Jr. WhiteHat Jr. WhiteHat Jr is a coding program that offers live online coding classes that are designed to teach kids between the Grades 1 to 12 the skills they’ll needed for coding as well as the ability to code for websites, apps and more.

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