Quizizz for [.yellow-heading]Social Studies[.yellow-heading]

Create a compelling, interactive classroom that brings social studies curriculum to life.

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Trusted by teachers in 86% of U.S. Schools

Reinforce your Social Studies curriculum with tools for [.green-heading]growth, differentiation, and motivation[.green-heading]

[.extra-bold]Align your lesson materials[.extra-bold]

[.font-18px]Districts and schools can align content and reports with State Standards, including CCSS and TEKS[.font-18px]

[.extra-bold]Scaffold and engage[.extra-bold]

[.font-18px]Add images for helpful illustration of maps, locations, and historical periods.[.font-18px]

[.extra-bold]Enhance instructional content[.extra-bold]

[.font-18px]Add videos to enhance depth, understanding, and interest in the content.[.font-18px]

[.extra-bold]Include every learner[.extra-bold]

[.font-18px]Turn on Read Aloud to ensure equity and access for language learners and high-need students.[.font-18px]

More Social Studies [.blue-heading]teacher-approved[.blue-heading] features:

10+ Different Question Types
Data Reports
Audio and Video Questions and Responses
Flexible Grading
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[.purple-heading]Social Studies[.purple-heading] Templates

[.font-18px]Explore thousands of live and asynchronous teacher-created Social Studies activities covering all areas of history, geography, government, economics, and much more. Use them as-is, mix and match from millions of other activities, or start from scratch.[.font-18px]

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Homework and more!
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Whole-class live activities
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Group work
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Formative and summative assessment
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Stations
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Flashcards
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Homework and more!
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Whole-class live activities
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Group work
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Formative and summative assessment
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Stations
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Flashcards
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Homework and more!
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Whole-class live activities
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Group work
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Formative and summative assessment
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Stations
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Flashcards
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Homework and more!
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Whole-class live activities
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Group work
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Formative and summative assessment
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Stations
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Flashcards
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Homework and more!
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See why teachers across the US [.red-heading]love Quizizz for Social Studies:[.red-heading]

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“Recently, in our social studies ‘We Love Our Country’ unit, my first grade students were able to have fun identifying famous landmarks and symbols that represent the United States of America. When I was in first grade, I did not know the names of monuments in Washington D.C. [.blue-bold]Thanks to Quizizz, my students know the difference between the Capitol building and the White House![.blue-bold]”

Elizabeth Stewart

1st Grade Teacher (New Jersey)

“Quizizz has been [.yellow-bold]so deeply helpful[.yellow-bold] to my AP History classroom that [.yellow-bold]I cannot imagine teaching without it[.yellow-bold].”

Sierra Gratale

High School History Teacher (Colorado)

“I had my students write questions for our Ancient China unit and I used those to create a Quizizz. They were [.red-bold]so jazzed to see their own questions![.red-bold] The ability to complete the activities multiple times also helps to [.red-bold]minimize test anxiety[.red-bold].”

Beth Brauer

7th/8th Grade Social Studies Teacher (California)

“Quizizz is highly engaging and fun for my students. [.red-bold]Every one of our social studies units has a Quizizz created for the kids to use at home or at school.[.red-bold] They use it to review key points and prepare for the next lesson or assessment. My students even want to ‘play’ during inside recess, and I never say no to that!”

Katrina Fitzgerald

5th Grade Social Studies/ELA Teacher (South Carolina)

“[.purple-bold]I use Quizizz 3-4 times per week, sometimes daily.[.purple-bold] Here’s an example: I ran a Quizizz about Popular Sovereignty and the class averages ranged from 45-50%. Then we ran our lesson — students read about popular sovereignty, discussed, and summarized. Then we ran another Quizizz and [.purple-bold]raised our class averages to 85-98%. That's some great learning!![.purple-bold]”

Adam Moler

8th Grade Social Studies Teacher (Ohio)

“I used to do written notes on the board and occasionally did PowerPoint presentations. Those did not keep students engaged, it just kept them busy. [.purple-bold]With Quizizz, the students enjoy doing the lessons and my class engagement numbers have skyrocketed.[.purple-bold] For example, we were learning about World War II and my students got into a heated competition for the top 5 places on the Leaderboard. The kids were so engaged and so determined to pay attention to what I was teaching. [.purple-bold]Quizizz has been a game changer for me in my classroom.[.purple-bold]”

Everett Williams

8th Grade Social Studies Teacher (North Carolina)

“History review can be tedious when we are learning a lot of new vocabulary. [.yellow-bold]Quizizz is a great tool to get practice on those words in a fun way.[.yellow-bold]”

Catherine Hancock

6th Grade Teacher (Utah)

“[.green-bold]As a history teacher, I need interactive ways to present the material so my students are engaged and participating. Quizizz provides so many options for doing quick check-ins with the kids during my lessons.[.green-bold] I like to use poll questions in the beginning to gain an idea of background knowledge or general opinions about the material. Throughout the lesson, I embed multiple choice questions for quick comprehension checks. When I want a deeper discussion and need to make sure every student is with me, I embed short response questions. The Draw Question tool is really awesome to have students illustrate a geographic feature or structure we talked about. After doing a Quizizz Lesson, I can use the Live Quiz feature and students love to see the results projected! They all compete to try to do their best. I also like to assign Quizizz Homework games for review. These are perfect for reinforcing vocabulary terms.”

Danielle Crawford

Middle School Social Studies Teacher (Florida)
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[.white-color]Inspire every student to [.yellow-heading]master Social Studies standards[.yellow-heading][.white-color]

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