Monthly Archives: September 2014


Unless they live in British Columbia, Canada (where the government is currently disinclined to provide them with an education), most kids in the Northern Hemisphere are now back in school. Schools cover many subjects, one of them being history, but schools don’t just teach history, some of them are, themselves, historic. Though schools have been […]


Here are this month’s book suggestions. Ages 3-7 Jeremiah Learns To Read by Jo Ellen Bogart (Pioneer Days) Noddy Goes To School by Enid Blyton (Being the same age as me makes this one historic.) Ages 7-9 Historical Stories: The Story Of The Great Fire Of London by Jill Atkins (1666) Hopscotch Histories: Toby & […]


A day late, but still worth knowing about. Every September 10th, the Central American country of Belize celebrates the Battle of St. George’s Caye with parades and other festivities. Despite the Armada fiasco of the sixteenth century, the Spanish were unable to accept that Britannia ruled the waves. Spain and England went on warring with […]


It’s Grandparents Day, so here are mine. I never met my father’s parents as they immigrated to Auckland, New Zealand before I was born. My second brother claims they took one look at him and left the country, but having had eleven children, nine of whom survived to adulthood, they had about thirty grandchildren, and […]


A special day recognizing the hard work and dedication of teachers varies from country to country. In India, Teacher’s Day is held of September 5th, the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, a renowned scholar who was the second President of India. On Teacher’s Day, the current President of India presents National Awards to outstanding teachers […]


Here are some September celebrations and events with histories kids might like to investigate. Teacher’s Day (September 5th, India) Braemar Gathering (September 6th, Braemar, Scotland) Grandparents’ Day (September 7th, Canada & U.S.A.) Moon Festival (September 8th, China) Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15th – October 15th, U.S.A.) Grito de Dolores (Independence Day) (September 16th, Mexico) Prinsjesdag […]


Question: Where did the Great Fire Of London start? Answer: In a baker’s shop on Pudding Lane in the early hours of September 2nd, 1666. Since most of the houses in London were made of wood, and those houses were close together, it did not take long for the fire to take hold. By the […]


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