New to Learn through lenses? Well here's a quick overview of some of our available lenses for studying history. If you don't find what you're looking for let us know by visiting this link.
Read A Novel Interested in a specific period of history, but you find your history book "boring"? Well try reading a novel. Here you'll find a selection of well crafted books for all ages and related activities.
Analyze & Discuss A Movie Do you like to discuss the "historical inaccuracies" of Hollywood's historical films? Or would you like to learn the history that inspired the film? Go no further, here you can embrace your inner film geek with discussion boards and viewing activities.
Societal Relationships and Roles If you're interested in the plight of the haves and the have nots, or dream of becoming a sociologist, then this is for you. An intimate look at the lives of the people who lived the history. Analyze the complex relationships that brought about historical change.
Interpreting Maps and Data Aspiring cartographers or John Snows should stop by here to find a plethora of maps and charts to help you make sense of the past. Here you'll be treated with a collection of activities that will test your analytical prowess.