History trivia is a great way to provide your children with a fun and educational learning experience. If you would like to find history trivia that interests your child, here are some ways you can start.
-If you already have a history book that you have read as a child, begin by making a family tree. If the history you are looking at is specific to that period, you may find that the period in question in the chart in front of you. A chart that is geared more towards the broad history may be a bit more difficult.
-A great site to visit for history trivia is myhistory.com. You can type in your topic of interest and be given links to other articles on this topic. There is also a lot of information available there for you to peruse. You can also be added to a list of “World’s Greatest Historians”
– Another idea would be to go to a library or bookstore to see what they have. Look for a book that has something that is of interest to your child. Once you find a book that your child wants to read, use it as a starting point to create your own special book.
-Don’t forget that you can also use the Internet. There are many websites that will provide you with free history books, and other interesting resources for learning about history.
-If you have a child that is interested in history but do not know a lot about it, try going to the library or another public library to check out a few books about the subject. There are many books in the history section that have good information for children of all ages. You may even be able to find a few that interest your child.
-Other sources that are a great source of knowledge about different areas of study would be their history books and education history magazines. There is plenty of information available online and if your child has a question, they will not have to travel all over town to get the answer.
-At the local school, look for a few websites that offer educational history subjects. Many schools use this form of student participation to build better understanding of topics. You can even ask the teacher to put together a class on a certain part of history, so that students can participate in a group project with others around the world.
-If you do not live near a library or school, you can still find some trivia opportunities. Check into some clubs, or museums, that offer information about certain times in history.
-There are also history trivia contests that you can join, which may allow you to help decide which event is most famous. If you have some fun with this, you could have a blast reading up on each event you find the most interesting.
-Lastly, if you do not know what to do, the Internet is the perfect method to find information on just about anything. If you are an avid reader, you can always look up a specific book or article to help yourself understand a specific area of history.
The Internet is a great resource for history, whether it is simple research or great form of storytelling. If you want to learn more about history, check out some of the resources listed above.