The Big Apple. The Melting Pot. The Empire City. The Metropolis. The City that Never Sleeps. Gotham. By any name, New York City is a celebration of diversity, creativity, and possibility. In a nutshell, New York is the most populous. Read More
All aboard! In this issue, you’ll get the real story about Ellis Island; for kids compelled by the human side of U.S. history, a broad range of facts about this monumental immigration center will leave them yearning to find out about their own families’ voyage to America. Learn More
Geography, for kids interested in the natural sciences, will take them through how the Earth’s varied landscape is measured and mapped, as well as show them how geography and civilization are intimately connected. Learn More
Why do some many people want to immigrate to the U.S., how do they get here, and what’s life like for them? In Immigration, for kids, they’ll explore answers to these questions and learn about the waves of migration that have shaped – and continue to shape – the U.S. population. Learn More
Teddy Roosevelt, for kids, takes a clear-eyed look at the myth and the man, exploring his notable accomplishments, like winning the Nobel Peace Prize and getting the Panama Canal built, and his more controversial aspects, like his foreign policy and his glorification of war. Learn More
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At first glance, my fifth-grader’s family heritage assignment at school sounded daunting and even “hard,” as she put it. But as we gradually traversed through this project together, we found ourselves captivated. Read More
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