Know Your USA is a software application developed to help users expand their knowledge of USA geography. Each geographic feature of the USA is covered in detail including regions, states, state capitals, major cities, rivers, mountains and lakes.
Know Your USA is great software for learning all about the USA and ideal for both home and school use. Know Your USA presents users with high quality maps of the USA which they interact with to complete quizzes and games. It's fun software and easy to use, you'll just keep playing. Version 1.1 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
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