1) Innovation Inquest: http://thefedexperience.org/#/?overlay A fun history activity from the Federal Reserve website: federalreserveeducation.org. This interactive allows you to test your trivia in American History by allowing you to guess when great American innovations were made as well as a brief history on each innovation. Find out when the light bulb was created or make sure just exactly when the telegraph was made. The webpage will take you to the fedexperience home page, click on the far-right tab entitled "Fun & Games". After clicking on the tab, just click on Innovation Inquest,once clicked a timeline will present in front of you and all you have to do is click on the innovation drag it towards what year you believe it was made and let the learning begin. 2) Freeville Bill OF Rights: http://constitutioncenter.org/billofrightsgame/ This interactive is a really fun way to review the first ten amendments of the United States Constitution, the website is sponsored by the National Constitution Center dedicated to "disseminating information about the United States Constitution on a non-partisan basis in order to increase the awareness and understanding of the Constitution among the American people." the game begins by telling you that the national computer has crashed and it is your job to use the town of Freeville find out the missing rights. When you start the game you will be presented with a cartoon depiction of Freeville and all you have to do is move your cursor over a building in Freeville, where a small textbook will ask which amendment of the Bill of Rights best represents that building. It helps visualize a world built around the Bill of Rights and is pretty fun to play. 3) Quizlet: http://quizlet.com/ Quizlet is a great resource for studying, stores a multitude of different flash cards not just in history and civics but in almost every subject you can possible imagine. In Quizlet students can create cards for their own studying, even share their cards with students all around the world. As a teacher Quizlet can create online "classrooms" to help in monitoring progress on students, in helping to create more thorough vocabulary flash cards by adding pictures or even you own voice. From George Washington to The Great Gatsby, from vertex to volcanoes, Quizlet's wide variety of information coupled with its different methods of creating thoughtful and fun flashcards makes Quizlet a great resource to have for both students and teachers. 4) Popplet: http://www.popplet.com/ Popplet is a great online tool for organizing information into fun and creative mind-maps used to help make sense of highly detailed and complex information. Popplet is very easy to use, all you need to do is sign in, type in the usual information and after you have decided which plan you want to go with then the real fun begins. Popplet helps organize information by allowing a user to create Popplet bubbles which can placed anywhere on the Popplet backdrop; these bubbles can contain text, images, videos, you can even draw inside them. The bubbles can also be customized to change color and if you have multiple bubbles, each bubble can be connected to other bubbles to show the relationship between one another. Popplet provides people a fun and visually stunning way to organize and share complex information.