Parties Are One of the Best Ways to Teach Kids About History

06 Aug, 2018

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Maybe your kids are not doing too well in history or maybe they are. Either way, if you really want to catch their attention and make them care about history without pushing them too hard, throwing a party can be the perfect way to do so. (Related topic: event spaces)


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Hold on, we’re not saying that mindless, reckless partying will make your child care about history. But a themed party with a historical context, accurate decor, dress code and other interesting historical elements can make a dramatic difference in the way your kid feels about history, how they approach it and how they learn about it.

Throwing one of these parties doesn’t have to be too complicated. If you cannot host a historically accurate event, you can at least plan and develop fun games that are also historically accurate to teach your kids how parties and other social situations used to be handled in different ages.

The beauty of these ideas is that you can go as simple or elaborate as you prefer and you can choose any time period and virtually any them to be embedded into the context of a certain era. For example, if you throw a party using the Roman Empire as a theme, you can go as far as to create an entire Roman scenography, with Roman decorations, foods, clothes, etc. However, if your budget won’t allow you to go that far, you can create a strategy game for the kids based on Roman rule, also you could have a dress-up booth with photos for kids to see themselves as Romans and so on; the alternatives are infinite.

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