During the past decade, electronic learning has been one of the most important mediums adapted by many schools. Since the increase in the use of computers and internet, keeping kids interested in learning becomes difficult with books. Electronic learning supports education, where the medium of the instruction is computer technology, particularly involving digital technologies. Most higher education institutions have adapted to include some online classes where the students rarely attend face-to-face lectures on campus, because they study online. The internet has become a vast reserve of information and it only makes good sense to incorporate new technologies to make learning a fun experience. The motivation for the development of this tool is to develop an application which provides high school teachers a convenient and interactive way to represent Natural Disasters of the last century. This helps in using it for describing data graphically on a map, by linking the data to various geographical features. This tool will motivate students to learn information about the Natural Disasters. It has information in the form of text, pictures, and links to information pertaining to the disasters. It will also have games to provide students an opportunity to exercise what they have learned in a fun way. There will also be some practice quizzes for the students to exercise and it also has the capability to create new practice/graded quizzes. The application is easy to deploy and use. If one wants to change a few things, it can be configured manually by making changes to a configuration file. Making use of interactive technology in the classroom, both instructors and students can make the learning process fun. The Primary intended use of this application is student self-study.