Monthly Archives: April 2020

At-Home History – Keeping a Quarantine Journal

            Historians love diaries and journals. Reading first-hand accounts of historical events brings the past sharply into the present, and allows researchers a glimpse into what daily life was like for individuals who lived through history. In the future, historians will likely use journals, music, art, essays, and poetry to better understand how people experienced the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. Imagine a future history student using your art or writing to interpret the events we’re living through right now!

Click on the link below to download a PDF with more ideas on how to document your own journey during quarantine.

At-Home History!

At-Home History!
Stuck at home and looking for something fun AND educational to do with your kids? Or have you always wanted to document your own family’s history and share it with your relatives? Do you have a lot of old family artifacts and papers that you don’t know what to do with?
If so, we have some activities for you! Check in with us often for some ideas on how to do history at-home!
Today’s activity: Oral History

Click on the link below to access a .PDF of today’s At-Home History Oral History activity!