Social Studies

Social Studies eFlashcards


Learn about historical figures, facts as well as other countries and cultures. All in our interactive eLearning Flashcards sets which combine sound, images, and video.  So, take off on new adventures in social studies in a fun and entertaining way.

World History

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7 Wonders of the Modern World 7 Wonders of the Underwater World Ancient Indian Culture Aspects of Civilizations Causes of Revolution Chinese Neolithic Culture Cuban Revolution Discovery Voyages Egyptian Culture Egyptian Geography Egyptian Pharaohs End of the Cold War Environmental Advancements Europe in Turmoil Europeans in Asia Famous European Explorers Feudal Europe Hammurabi's Code Hatshepsut Huguenots Human Origins India and Pakistan Indus Valley Irish Home Rule Israelite Kings Kingdoms of the Hellenistic Era Mujeres Destacades e la Historia Mysteries of History Oceania Revolution and Industry : The British Empire Revolution and Industry AD1700-1900: Manchu China Revolution and Industry AD1700-1900: Napoleon’s Wars Revolution and Industry AD1700-1900: The Birth of the United States Revolution and Industry AD1700-1900: The Civil War Revolution and Industry AD1700-1900: The Enlightenment Revolution and Industry AD1700-1900: The French Revolution Revolution and Industry AD1700-1900: The Industrial Revolution Revolution and Industry AD1700-1900: The Russian Empire Sargon's Empire Science and Technology in Early China The Age of Discovery: The Dutch Empire The Age of Discovery: The Incas The Age of Discovery: The Renaissance The Age of Discovery: 1400-1700 AD: African Empires The Age of Discovery: 1400-1700 AD: Ming China The Age of Discovery: 1400-1700 AD: The Aztecs The Age of Discovery: 1400-1700 AD: The Incas The Age of Discovery: 1400-1700 AD: The Mughal Empire The Age of Discovery: 1400-1700 AD: The Slave Trade The Age of Discovery: 1400-1700 AD: The Thirty Year’s War The Age of Discovery: 1400-1700 AD: Tokugawa Japan The Age of Discovery: Louis XIV The Age of Discovery: Spain and Portugal The Age of Discovery: The English Civil War The Ancient Sumerians The Assyrians The Boxer Rebellion The Diaspora The Egyptians The Hebrews The Ice Age The Mayflower The Middle Ages: American Civilizations The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD African Kingdoms The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD Byzantium The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD Charlemagne The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD Japan’s Warlords The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD Knights and Castles The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD Kublai Khan and China The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD The Black Death The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD The Crusades The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD The Franks The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD The Hundred Years’ War The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD The Khmer Empire The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD The Maya The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD The Mongol Empire The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD The Vikings The Neolithic Culture The Ottomans and Safavids The Persians The Phoenicians The Sinking of the Lusitania The Sumerian Religion The Teachings of Confucius The Treaty of Versailles in 1919 The Vikings Traditional Cultural Expressions
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Influential Figures in History

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A. Philip Randolph Alan Shepard Alexander L. Twilight Amy Johnson, Pilot Aphra Behn, Writer Attila the Hun Baskin and Robbins Berthavon Suttner, Nobel Prize Winner Billie Jean King, Athlete Bonnie Blair, Olympian Brian Boitano British Prime Ministers Charlie Chaplin Charlotte Cooper Charlotte Mason Chris Hadfield Christa Luding Rothenburger Conquerors Cowboys and Cowgirls Dave Thomas Dominique Dawes Dorothy Hamill Dr. Charles Hamilton Houston Dr. Ralph J. Bunche Elizabeth Blackwell, Medical Practitioner Enriqueta Basilio Famous Communists Fannie Lou Hamer Florence Bascom, Geologist Franklin Chang Diaz Freidrich Froebel Fritz Pollard Gabby Douglas General "Stonewall" Jackson Georgia O’Keefe, Artist Ghandi Gus Grissom Horace Mann Indira Gandhi J.P. Morgan Jack L. Warner Jacques Charles Jane Addams Jane Austen Jim Lovell Joan Benoit Joan of Arc Johannes Kepler John Taylor Katarina Witt Katie Ledecky Louis B. Mayer Margaret Thatcher Maria Montessori Marian Wright Edelman, Attorney Marie Curie Mary Kingsley Mia Hamm Michael Collins Michael Phelps Mother Teresa (Saint) Nadia Comaneci Nancy Witcher Langhorne Astor, Parliament Nicholaus Copernicus Noah Webster Pearl Buck, Nobel Prize Winner Phyllis Wheatley Pocohontas, Peace Maker Queen Anne Queen Elizabeth Queen Isabella Rene Descartes Robert Ballard Rosa Bonheur, Artist Ruth Fulton Benedict, Anthropologist Ryan Lochte, Olympic Swimmer Sakajawea Sally Ride Sally Ride Sarah Fanny Durack Scott Hamilton Serena Williams Shirley Temple Black, Ambassador Simone de Beauvoir, Writer Sirimavo Ratwatte Dias Bandaranaike, Former Prime Minister of Sri Lanka St. Catherine, Ambassador Stan Lee Steffi Graf Steve Redgrave Susan B. Anthony Tara Lipinski Thomas Adams Thomas Blood Usain Bolt, Olympian Vasco Da Gama Venus Williams W.E.B. DuBois Who is Cathy Freeman? Who is Chimananda Ngozi Adichie? Who is Jean-Michel? Who is Kofi Annan? Who is Malorie Blackman? Who is Maurice Ashley? Who is Mo Farah? Who is Oprah Winfrey? Who is Zadie Smith? Who Was Benjamin Franklin? Who Was Thomas Jefferson? William Penn William the Conqueror Wilma Rudolph Wyatt Earp Yuri Gagarin
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