http://www.uen.org/7-12interactives/social_studies.shtml 7-12 Interactive Social Studies sites fro the Uhat Education Network

http://www.blockposters.com  Block Posters  This sites allows users to upload images and then create a poster.

http://www.braingle.com Braingle With over 20,000 brain teasers, riddles, logic problems, quizzes and mind puzzles submitted and ranked by users like you, Braingle has the largest collection anywhere on the internet. Our large array of unique online multiplayer games will keep you entertained for hours, and if you want to improve your brain, check out the Mentalrobics section. If you crave a brain teaser, mind puzzle, riddle or game, we are the place to get it. Increase your creativity, boost learning and become a better person at Braingle.

http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/ Digital History  A comprehensive collection of historical data of United States history. This site has it all and includes online textbook, interactive learning modules, timelines, flash movies, virtual exhibits, etc. This site is dedicated to using technology to enhance learning. This site would be beneficial for students in 3rd grade and up. There is so much information on this website that users could spend hours upon hours and never read the same piece or to do the same activity twice.

http://docsteach.org/ Docs Teach - Docs Teach is an amazing Web Tool that helps to make History come to Life. Each of the several activity-creation tool helps students develop historical thinking skills and gets them thinking like historians. Teachers simply find and insert primary sources into a customizable and very slick template in order to customize the activity to fit their unique students. This is one of those awesome sites that make teaching easier and more fun while exciting the students and engaging them to learn at the same time.

https://www.dogonews.com/category/social-studies DOG News - Social Studies for Kids

http://www.geosense.net GeoSense (4-12) An online world geography interactive game that can be played with more than one player.

http://www.historypin.com/ History Pin - History Pin is a site that lets teachers and students view and share their personal history in a totally new way. It uses Google Maps and Street View technology and hopes to become the largest user-generated archive of the worlds historical images and stories. History Pin asks the public to dig out, upload and pin their own old photos, as well as the stories behind them, onto the History Pin map. Uniquely, History Pin lets you layer old images onto modern Street View scenes, giving a series of peeks into the past. This is a great tool for writing compare and contrast literature and, of course, for use with a History class as well.

http://besthistorysites.net/general-history-resources/games-animations/ Best of History Sites for Teachers

https://bloomboard.com/users/janinediller/collections/interactive-social-studies-websites/133d5adf-fb76-4c2e-ae6a-f0e9254c63d9   Interactive Social Studies WebSites

http://liveuamap.com/ Liveuamap Liveuamap is opendata-driven media platform that change the way you receive latest news with Map. Liveuamap supports Multi-language and provides current data from various sources and social media websites. Not only it fetches the data and shows you map but it also analyse the category of news and indicate the icon as shown below i.e like Anti-air, SAM  Biohazard, Camps, tents,  Captured Crane, construction  Dead, Destruction  Drones, robots, Drugs,  Electricity, blackout, Explosion, blasts,  Facebook, Firebombs,  Fires etc

http://www.makeyourcoatofarms.com/ Make Your Coat of Arms This site allows the  creation and printing your unique  coat of arms (or family crest) based on your family ancestry or on the values that are important to you

http://newsmap.jp/ Newsmap - Interactive News Map from Google 

http://www.qwiki.com/  Qwiki - Qwiki is a unique “Information Experience”. It is a remarkable new way for the user to search for information and receive an interactive, customized, engaging, narrative response on the fly. I can imagine a Middle School student searching for information on a historical event or a foreign country and receiving the results in this highly entertaining and informative way. 

http://www.playinghistory.org/ Playing History  This site aggregates info on free historical games, interactives and simulations on the web, in a simple, searchable database making it easy to find, rate, and review historical games. There are currently 130 shared games.

https://www.archives.gov/ National Archives

http://scribblemaps.com  ScribbleMaps This site allows the use of Google Maps to draw, annotate and to customize  maps. ScibbleMaps is the quick and easy way to rapidly create and share maps within your classroom  With Scribble Maps you can draw shapes and Scribble- use Pace Markers and text - Create a Custom Widget- Save as KML/GPX- Send maps to friends.  This is very interactive and does work similarly to Google Earth.

www.teach-nology.com/web_tools/materials/timelines Time Line Maker  This site from Teachnology.com allows you to create timelines with 9 events

http://www.mywebspiration.com/ My Webspiration  This is is an online version of Inspiration and it is free  Use Webspiration to map out ideas, organize with outlines and collaborate online with teams or colleagues. Webspiration unleashes your creativity, strengthens organizational skills, and transforms your ideas and information into knowledge.


http://www.worldatlas.com/aatlas/world.htm Interactive World Map/Atlas

http://whyville.com/smmk/nice  Whyville.  Whyville is online educational gaming community that challenges young students in a numbers of areas.  This site/game allows students to earn virtual money and use it to start their own virtual business and learn about a variety of economic function