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Featured by Apple as a Best App in Education, March 2014

Kids will learn all about the strain between the colonies and Britain, investigate the famous Boston Tea Party, and discover the main battles and key leaders of the American Revolution in this interactive reading app.

Reading Level: Upper Elementary and Middle School

In this app, you'll learn about:
• Americans Revolt
• The Boston Tea Party
• Important Events of the Revolution
• A Soldier’s Life
• Women and the Revolution
• Reenactments of the Revolution
• Portraits from the Revolution
• After the Revolution

Features Include:
• Interactive 3-D models

• High-definition video and audio

• Hi-res photographs, cartoons, and animations

• Easy-to-read, accessible writing

• Quizzes, puzzles, and other fun games

• Plus…optimized for the iPad Retina display

KIDS DISCOVER has been creating award-winning content for kids for over 20 years. KIDS DISCOVER apps are always AD-FREE.

Other great apps from KIDS DISCOVER include:
• Ancient Egypt
• Ancient Greece
• Cells
• Civil War
• Constitution
• Ecology
• Energy
• Extreme Weather
• Galaxies (FREE)
• Geography
• Geology
• Matter
• Roman Empire
• Space
• Washington D.C.
• Simple Machines
• and More!

To learn more about us and our mission to inspire kids, feed their natural curiosity, and instill a love of reading and learning, please visit us at www.kidsdiscover.com.

What’s New

Version 3.0

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

Updated for new iOS and new devices.

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

PebblEmoji ,

Great interactive resource for kids

Great interactive resource for kids!

Narnia Homeschool ,

Backhanded toward Americans

Warning: Do not buy this app. if you are an American Patriot. There are enough truths in this app. to make it sound believable, but the bias sounds as though this history is being told from the point of view of a defeated Red Coat.

This app is a good example of historians retelling stories with a slant. The author compares the colonists to a rebellious child going against a parent. Note this quote "If you sometimes don't want to do what your parents tell you to do, you have an idea of how Great Britain's 13 American colonies felt in the 1770s."

According to this app. the colonists were some of the wealthiest communities per capita in the world, but did not want to do their part in paying for the French and Indian War. Later it contradicts itself by telling how the colonists were not wealthy enough to give soldiers adequate provisions and instead of shoes soldiers sometimes had only rags to wear on their feet.

Instead of saying that Samuel Adams and John Hancock encouraged independence, this author writes these two men "kept the colonists in a constant state of agitation against British rule."
Almost every page has a backhanded negative comment unless it is only describing the British or its loyalists.

Pvr85 ,

America's founding brought to life.

An intelligent, thoughtful overview of the American revolution for kids. Interspersed with lots of interactive features, it's also a great reading of history. I loved that it didn't neglect the women of revolutionary America. And I also loved the timeline scroll. All in all, another great app in the Kids Discover series. Well worth the price!

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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