GeoBee Challenge App

Do you have what it takes to be the next National Geographic Bee Champion? Find out the fun way with GeoBee Challenge on your favorite mobile device! This app is available for iPhone®, iPod touch®, iPad®, Android™, and NOOK Color™. Explore the world while testing your smarts. Now bigger and better...with beautiful maps from National Geographic.

• Multiple Choice Round: Answers come from a library of more than 1,300 National Geographic Bee questions.

• Map Challenge Round: Zoom, pinch, and tap your way to find spots on an interactive map from a catalog of 1,000+ locations.

• Bonus Rounds: Include compelling National Geographic photographs where you have to locate what's in the photo on the interactive map...only we don't tell you where the photo was taken or what is in the picture!

MOBI Award Finalist—Best Mobile Game 2010    |     Apple Recommended—Back to School App

iPhone and iPod touch




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Grab it... app that can be packed in alongside your kids’ pencils and notebooks.”
        —NY Daily News

...makes an excellent companion for long train rides...

Student Activities

Teachers can use these activities in the classroom to prepare students for the bee!

  • Photo: Map of the world showing areas of freshwater

    Geo-Scavenger Hunt

    Simply memorizing terms and place locations can be tedious and even boring. One solution is to make the task fun with an atlas-based scavenger game.

  • Photo: Map of languages

    Exploring Diffusion

    The movement of people, goods, or ideas from one place to another is a process known as diffusion, which plays an important role in shaping the characteristics of where we live.

  • Photo: Infared satellite image of hurricane Rita

    Tracking Violent Storms

    Springtime brings the possibility of extreme weather, including violent thunderstorms and tornadoes.

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