What if we told you that Columbus isn’t the only world explorer who deserves a holiday? This week in history marks the 250th anniversary of Captain James Cook and his crew becoming the first Europeans to sail below the Antarctic Circle!
Whether it’s playing with an electric train set or watching Thomas the Tank Engine, locomotives have sparked excitement in children of all ages for over a century. Teaching our children about the history of trains is an important topic to cover since they are an invention that marked a new age and way of life.
If there’s one thing that has fascinated man since the beginning of time, it’s flying! Designs for the first flying contraption can be traced back to the 5th century. This post takes a look at the history of aviation – from machines with flapping wings to high-speed jets.
While teaching children about the role of government in our society is essential, it can be daunting to learn, with lots of memorization and dull textbooks. There’s a way, however, to make learning about the presidential election process fun. So what’s the secret sauce? Well, it’s not actually sauce – it’s soup!
Can We Trust the History Books We Read? THIS is a loaded question. First of all, know this. ALL history is written with a bias. Any author is going to bend, support, or omit information that will create a view or meet an agenda. At best, we can call it a “perspective”; at worst, “propaganda.”