Top American History App a Great Teaching Tool

Give students up-close, detailed access to rare objects and artifacts
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Top Picks are editorially curated lists of the best edtech tools reviewed on Graphite. 

Title: American Revolution Interactive Timeline for iPad
Summary: Give students up-close, detailed access to rare objects and artifacts

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Pros: Simple interface and great images bring fragile objects into kids' hands.
Cons: Sometimes-dry text and limited customization features limit engagement and application in the classroom.
Bottom Line: A great companion to a real-life museum visit, and a neat resource for exploration in a history class.

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By Graphite from Common Sense Media

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