Geography Game Eagle Chase

Eagle Chase- U.S. History & Geography Board Game

Adventure awaits with our U.S. history & geography game, Eagle Chase! A game that’ll have you and your family exploring historical, geological and geographical sites of the United States, learning new facts, sharing stories of places you’ve been to all while trying to catch up with the Eagle to earn extra points!

Eagle Chase- U.S. History & Geography Board Game

Along the way, players try to interrupt their opponents with Action Cards that will “cancel” their flights and thwart their attempts to move towards the eagle. The player with the most points at the end of the game, wins!

Eagle Chase focuses on Social Sciences and Studies skills and is recommended for ages 10 and up. Be assured that adults will have just as much fun as the kids playing this one. Our game designers went above and beyond to shine the light on as many U.S. locations as possible and sourced many images directly from National Parks and various featured sites.

Eagle Chase- U.S. History & Geography Board Game

“We packed so much into this game. There are over 140 U.S. location cards that include a photo and fun and interesting facts. It is a great way to learn about the United States National Parks, Monuments (both natural and man-made), and also includes many historic and geological facts,” said Stacy Longstreet, Director of Product Development and Sourcing at SimplyFun.

If you’re a homeschooler, try gameschooling with Eagle Chase. Your kids will love playing while also learning meaningful United States geography content. It’s an A+ approach to educating your young learners while also having fun.
Eagle Chase- U.S. History & Geography Board Game

So whether you’re looking for your next game or on the hunt for the perfect United States geography game for your homeschooler, Eagle Chase is the one to add. Fly on over to our games to learn more and shop Eagle Chase!

At SimplyFun, we believe that there’s more to play than just having fun. That’s why our games help children learn educational content faster and better. When kids enjoy what they are doing, they remember content longer and more accurately.

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