On November 17, 1558, Queen Elizabeth I became the official ruler of England after many years of unstable leadership. Want to learn more about Queen Elizabeth I’s life and how she came to be known as “Good Queen Bess,” the faithful leader who saved her country from turmoil? Keep on reading!
Long before the English explored and settled what we know today as the USA, there lived a group of incredibly brave, wise, and resourceful people: Native Americans. With it being Native American Heritage Month, you can spend the month teaching your children about their culture and history!
Parents are their child’s first and most important teacher. National Parents as Teachers Day is a special day that encourages all parents, regardless of income or educational background, to support their child educationally inside and outside of the classroom.
Mummies, pharaohs, and hieroglyphs – who doesn’t love learning about ancient Egypt?! Experts have been studying this unique period in history for centuries. However, it wasn’t until 1922, when archeologists discovered the tomb of a king, that they would gain some of the most useful information about Egyptian culture.
National Author’s Day is dedicated to appreciating the writers who inspire, teach, and entertain us. So, what is an author? Why are they important? And how can their work profoundly impact our lives? Keep on reading to find out! Plus, learn more about the history behind National Author’s Day.