Monthly Archives: January 2016
Here are some history based or bygone era book suggestions. Ages 3-7 The First Dog by Jan Brett (Ice Age) Greyfriars Bobby by Richard Brassey (Victorian Era Scotland) Thy Friend, Obadiah by Brinton Turkle (Colonial America) Ages 7-9 Knit Your Bit by Deborah Hopkinson (WW I) Magic Tree House # 7: Sunset Of The Sabertooth […]
Visit http://moco-choco.com/2015/10/10/interesting-future-forecasts-since-1899-how-people-from-the-past-imagined-wed-be-living-today/ for some historic predictions of the past, and then get kids to make their own predictions on possible future happenings.
Named for the Roman god, Janus, the month of January is the first month in the modern Gregorian calendar, and was also the first month of the Julian calendar it replaced. The ten-month calendar Romans used from 750 BC to 450 BC started in March and did not contain the month of January, but once […]