Are you looking for a way to teach your children or students geography? Wish you personally knew your world maps and capitals better? This list of geography apps will help you get there.
Bring the outdoors in as you explore nature and the animals hiding beneath the trees in this adorable nature-centered app.
U.S. Geography with Flat Stanley HD provides a fun way to learn United States geography and basic information about the states.
Dress Up Party is a colorful and creative way to learn a little bit about the cultures of India as players dress characters in traditional colors and styles.
Four interactive stories introduce kids to the solar system, the desert, the North and South poles, and the entire globe.
Kids can put their knowledge of the states to the test as they try to set a new record while trying to place them on a map.
Pines to Vines-the Forest Biome is an outstanding example of a digital textbook and does an exceptional job of covering this science content for grades 3-5.
Follow Kristi Kay, a Cairn Terrier, as she travels to the Grand Canyon in this engaging interactive iBook that helps kids learn all about this impressive natural site.
The Montessori Approach tackles geography in this informational app designed to teach children the names of the 50 states and where they're located on the map.
Another great Ansel & Clair app that focuses on fun facts about American history, government, geography etc. with an entertaining bowling game.
A great app with tons of educational and engaging activities to keep kids busy during those long road trips with the family.
The perfect app to keep your child learning while on summer vacation and to keep them engaged and entertained on long road trips.
A great educational app that is fun to play and explore. Perfect for children that love geography or need a little bit of extra practice with their geography skills.
Summer is here and you know what that means, it’s time for fun family road trips! We have put together a list of apps that will help keep kids engaged ...
iTooch Elementary School offers some great practice and efficient testing for Common Core Standards in language arts, math and science for grades 3-5 as well as fifth grade health.
What better way to learn geography than to add a little adventure? Help Tiny the chicken save the world from Dr. Evil while learning and testing your geography skills in ...
Children and adults of all ages will enjoy exploring the world using this 3D interactive globe. Be aware that Barefoot World Atlas is an extremely large download.
A must have for dinosaur lovers or anyone wanting a fun and interactive way to learn more about dinosaurs of the Cretaceous period.
Whether you are looking to learn world geography for the first time or to brush up on what you learned years ago, Stack the Countries is a fun way to ...
Shake the States – Fun Games for Kids Series by Third Chicken Incorporated was #6 in our Readers’ Favorite Geography apps.
GeoBee Challenge is a five-star world geography app meant for grades 4-8.
U.S. Geography by Discovery Education is an awesome app!
GeoPop Global Challenge is a reasonably priced, challenging world geography app for ages 9+, but falls behind some of the other geography apps that we've reviewed.
I highly recommend this geography app for any family or school, for adults or children. It’s a guaranteed hit!
Stack the States, by Dan Russell-Pinson, #1 geography app.
Our collection of the favorite geography apps for kids, as nominated and voted on my BestAppsForKids.com readers.
For this weeks’ giveaway we are asking for your favorite geography apps for kids. Your favorites will also serve as nominations for an upcoming “Readers’ Choice – Top 10 Geography ...
A Trip In The USA is a great app to kick of the Summer holidays and inspire the traveler in kids while giving an overview of US geography.
This is a best app because we already gave it a 5 star review and now we've got some free promo codes.
GoKids Apps: Save Paris! is a best app for kids because it teaches children about France, French culture and French language in a factual, but fun way.
With adorable illustrations by Joyce Wan, good narration and bouncy music, you've got a must have app that introduces preschoolers to geography.