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Giraffe Wall
We must teach our children to smell the earth, to taste the rain, to touch the wind, to see things grow, to hear the sun rise and night fall—to care. ~ John Cleal  If you’re looking for a way to get energy out, foster independence, encourage exercise, limit screen time, calm behaviors, and get stress
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Homeschooling
Editor’s Note: every so often, we hand-select someone to write a blog post for us. Since everyone is currently homeschooling in some form or another, we thought it’d be a perfect time to select someone who homeschools full-time and offer some tips and tricks for using Honest History in your curriculum. This piece is by
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Girl with Face Paint

Embracing + Raising Creative Thinkers 

So many of the brave, smart, historical people we profile in Honest History are exceptional in their own right, but it’s easy to imagine they all have one characteristic in common: creative thinking. Which is also to say an acute ability for problem solving, curiosity, hard work, inventiveness, adaptiveness. So, not just the form of
Distance Learning
First, a check in. How are you faring at home? A quick update on us, and our operations: We are diligently working behind the scenes to stay up and running, while also considering what we can provide you during this time. Stay tuned for updates from us on Instagram as we share ideas and resources
Aquatic life

Aquatic Exploration + Issue Seven

First, we need to quickly pause to acknowledge our current state of affairs, in which many of us are homebound, for the foreseeable future, for collective health and safety (thank you to all those on the frontlines!). Know we will still be here offering you educational content that you will be able to put into
Child Reading

Easy Ways To Encourage Lifelong Readers

I don’t doubt that you can easily rattle off a few favorite book titles from your childhood, and what the words, characters, and adventures meant to you while growing up. And the joy is not lost on me that I now am able to revisit these long-lost friends through the eye of my children.  Books
Kids Walking
February is Black History Month, which is very worth a mini-lesson for your children, as it’s a month that we celebrate the achievements and history of African Americans. A bit of history (per National Geographic Kids): “In 1915, in response to the lack of information on the accomplishments of black people available to the public,
Kid's Outdoor Playtime
For many of us riding out January, it’s cold. And wet and gray. And thus very tempting to stay snuggled inside until the spring sun shines again. However, we are here to encourage you to face the elements and head outdoors with your children. With a little patience (yes, boots, mittens and hats) and fortitude
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New Year's Intentions
How was your January 1st, the first day of the new decade? Perhaps it was extraordinary, perhaps it was completely ordinary? Perhaps there was quite a bit of expectation wound up into one day when, really, your big plans, hopes and dreams can take hold at any time. Yes, this is about New Year’s resolutions,
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Christmas Tree
Hello! I’m Brooke Klauer, not to be confused with Brooke Knight, fearless co-founder and editor-in-chief of Honest History (though we both agree that two Brookes are better than one). Mine is the voice you’ll hear in this blog as we have big plans to offer more thoughtful, creative, smart advice and information—all the things you’ve

An Honest Update

Dear readers, It’s been a busy year for us at Honest History. Our issue on Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison, War of the Currents, sold more copies than we expected and we’ve been busy stuffing and stamping envelopes and becoming experts at the US Postal Service. We’re currently busy working on our next issue and are
Game Night Blog Post

Family Game Night – History Edition

Board games have always been the center of friendly competition between family members. It is also an important night for families to come together and escape from their busy schedules. It can be a struggle for a lot of families to be on the same page while trying to juggle a million different activities, and
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