Monthly Archives: March 2015


* Authorized Reproduction, Rex May:   Danish astronomer Ole Rømer made the first measurements of the speed of light back in 1676, and Albert Einstein (born March 14th, 1879), was one of several scientists to expand upon his work. In 1905, Einstein determined the speed of light to be independent of the motion of […]


Across North America, March is the month schools, colleges, and universities, have a one- or two-week long Spring Break. (B.C.’s has just started.) While the modern version of a spring break started up with college students going to Florida for swim meets back in the 1930s, spring breaks were also taken by the youth of […]


On March 11th, 1888, snow began to fall on the northeast section of the United States of America from Washington D.C. all the way up to Maine. It went on falling for three days, accompanied by high winds and below-average temperatures. This storm became known as the Great Blizzard of 1888, and resulted in the […]


I heard the name ‘Baron Bliss’ more than once when I was working with World Peace & Development in Belize City back in the mid-70s, and often visited the Bliss Library pictured above. (Being a hoarder, I probably even still have my card around somewhere.) Henry Edward Ernest Victor Barretts was born in Buckinghamshire, England […]


Here are some historic and/or March-born author book suggestions. Ages 3-7 Don Quixote & The Windmills by Eric A Kimmel (Medieval) Fiona’s Lace by Patricia Polacco (Irish Immigrants) Pelle’s New Suit by Elsa Beskow (Classic Swedish tale) Ages 7-9 I Survived The Japanese Tsunami, 2011by Lauren Tarshis The Wind In The Willows by Kenneth Grahame […]


China’s Lantern Festival is the first important festival to be held after the New Year. It began over 2,000 years ago, at the beginning of the Han Dynasty. One story has it originating with a royal decree. Upon learning that Buddhist monks honoured Buddha by lighting lanterns on the fifteenth day of the first lunar […]


“If March comes in like a lion, it will go out like a lamb.” March being the turbulent month that it is, weather wise, this old saying often holds true in the Northern hemisphere, as does its reverse, “If March comes in like a lamb, it will go out like a lion.” How the saying […]


Here are some March celebrations and events with histories kids might like to investigate. St. David’s Day (March 1st, Wales) Adowa Day (March 2nd, Ethiopia) Lantern Festival (March 5th, China & Chinese communities worldwide) Holi (March 5th, India & East Indian communities worldwide) Purim (March 5th, Israel & Jewish communities worldwide) Baron Bliss Day (March […]

Historical Debate Society for Girls and Boys

The Historical Debate Society for girls and boys is a society where kids can put their ideas about the latest historical debate and put their own debate. Join in!

The Picture Book Review

Reviews of Children's Board Books, Picture Books, Activity Books, and Graphic Novels

Cafe Book Bean

Talk Books. Drink Coffee.

Raw Streets

by MaxGor

Magna Bloga- A History Blog

Sharing my passion for history

Your Well Wisher Program

Attempt to solve commonly known problems…

Indie Hero

Brian Marggraf, Author of Dream Brother: A Novel, Independent publishing advocate, New York City dweller

O' Canada

Reflections on Canadian Culture From Below the Border

Juju Films

Cutting edge Multimedia Programming


Share something you learned everyday!

Simple Pleasures

Visual Poetry, Photography and Quotes

Project Light to Life

A bucket list blog: exploring happiness, growth, and the world.

Jumbled Writer – Charlie Dims

Putting kids and history together

TheCoevas official blog

Putting kids and history together

Eric Price

Fantasy, Science Fiction, and Whatever Else Comes to Mind.

John B. Rosenman, SF/F/Horror Writer

Putting kids and history together

this is... The Neighborhood

the Story within the Story

Top 10 of Anything and Everything - The Fun Top Ten Blog

Animals, Gift Ideas, Travel, Books, Recycling Ideas and Many, Many More

Insight and Intelligence on Residential Real Estate

Andrew Hines

Real Estate Entrepreneur

Book Hub, Inc.

The Total Book Experience

Longevity Letter

Aging can be hacked

Rennert New York TESOL Center | TESOL/TESL/TEFL Certification

Teach English as a Second Language | Tips and Ideas

Montessori and the World

An Adventure into Montessori Studies in Italy

Another Hatchett Job....

Homeschooling, Sewing, and Quilting at the Cabin

Bucca Books

Reading and Experiencing Children's Literature

Fashioning Sociology

Fashioning New and Emerging Media

Duir School's Blog

Port Hope's Newest Child Care Option

Rushing to Read

random reviews from library day


Funny pictures & cartoons to make you smile.

Tails from Paris

Comics Blog with real bites of love and delightful rascals inside ...

Katie L. Carroll

Author of Books for Teens and Kids

Natter and Review

This site is about books, both the reading and the writing.

Time Travelling With Kids

Putting kids and history together

The Daily Post

The Art and Craft of Blogging

The Blog

The latest news on and the WordPress community.