New series just for girls: Learning History Through Literature. This class is designed for girls to grow in their love of literature while learning American History. Level one: American Girl Club Tuesdays at 1pm. This class is a fun introduction to history and talking about books together for ages 7 and up. No reading […]
by Paula Moldenhauer Why are we drawn to stories about the RMS Titanic?1 Its sinking is one of the greatest tragedies of its time. Yet instead of only whispered grief, there remains fascination with everything Titanic, even one hundred years later. Perhaps we’re drawn to Titanic’s riches. The largest moveable object built by man, […]
Every child will benefit from the opportunity to learn about society, both the origins of their own civilization and other civilizations which existed in the past and around the world. With many online resources and Detroit’s new museum now open, there are plenty of opportunities for parents to get the help they need in order […]
Great things are coming your way. A Child’s Geography: Explore the Classical World is scheduled to roll off the printing press by the end of June. Imagine walking in the footsteps of Socrates, Alexander the Great, the Apostle Paul… See and understand ancient civilizations and great empires from what has been left behind and carefully […]
From the Henry Ford website: “Unleash your students inquisitiveness and help them understand that history is a window into the future. Henry Ford Museum bristles with the unbridled energy of American ingenuity.” The Henry Ford Museum is offering exclusive deals for educators. For more information, please visit the website.