North America Geography Games

Play Word-O-Rama
N. America Animal Word-O-Rama
Play Word-O-Rama
North America Word-O-Rama
Unscramble Worksheet
N. America Animals
Play Hang Mouse
Animal Hangmouse
Play Letterfall
N. America Animal Letterfall
Play Speedy Speller
N. America Animal Spelling
Play Word Search
N. America Animal Search
Play Word Search
North America Wordsearch
Play Speedy Speller
North America Spelling
Play Letterfall
North America Letterfall
Play Hang Mouse
North America Hangmouse
jigsaw puzzle game
Bobcat Jigsaw
jigsaw puzzle game
Armadillo Jigsaw
jigsaw puzzle game
Wolves Jigsaw
jigsaw puzzle game
Grizzly Jigsaw
jigsaw puzzle game
Caribou Jigsaw
Unscramble Worksheet
North America
Play Jigsaw Game
North America Jigsaw
Play Jigsaw Game
US Map Jigsaw
Play USA Map Test
Continental United States Map Test
Play Match It Americas
Americas Match It
Play Which Word Americas
Americas Pick One
educational game
Unscramble State Capitals
Play Which Word United States
US States Pick One

North America Games & Videos

Learning social studies can include a wide range of topics. One of those topics is learning about the continents. Learning about North America can be loads of fun with flash games and activities! Kids love learning about states and capitals with online games. They can test their American geography with the Continental United States Map Test. They can practice the capitals of countries located in the Americas. They can learn about US states and capitals and other facts with US States Pick One. Then, they can put together jigsaw puzzles of maps as well as of animals associated with North America including the armadillo and the wolf. When learning about the subject of individual continents, there will be new social studies vocabulary to learn. These games can increase vocabulary retention and help with learning spelling lists. Kids can practice spelling all of the words they learn with games like hangmouse (a “mousy” version of hangman), letterfall, Speedy Speller, word search, and printable spelling worksheets. When they need a break from geography, they can try some keyboarding games or check out an online writing course with certified teachers! Videos, songs, and flash games make learning more fun. Elementary school, middle school, and even high school teachers can incorporate these games and activities into their classroom or homeschool lessons for interesting and fun experiences for kids. English-speaking as well as ESL (English as a Second Language) students can improve their skills and learn more about North America with online flash games and online lessons. And kids can have more fun while learning!