Find the Fun Productions – American History

American History DVDS from Howard Egger-Bovet

At Find the Fun Productions and American History for Kids we want kids to get it. Therefore, we teach kids about the 13 Colonies, the American Revolution, the U.S. Constitution, the Magna Carta, slavery, the Civil War and President Lincoln using a unique theatrical and emotional context that employs a wide range of creative teaching modalities such as music, puppetry, humor, and relating history to kids’ everyday lives. We use these techniques because we know that getting students to relate to the distant events of the past is often difficult. And educational research shows that emotional involvement is an integral aspect of learning and that creativity is an essential tool for powerful learning retention.

At Find the Fun Productions and American History for Kids we employ our research-proven teaching methods to make U.S. history about the Civil War, the American Revolution, 13 Colonies, and the U.S. Constitution come alive in our interactive media, music, and DVDs. We are also dedicated to the realities that teachers face in the classroom and the challenges parents face at home, which is why we provide unique interactive techniques and curriculum for both teachers and families. We are dedicated to students as well and the challenges they face growing up in today’s world.Through many years in the classroom and research, we know how kids think and advocate a “Reach then American history puppetry Teach” method that allows students to have fun and learn while retaining their knowledge of American history. Now more than ever, it is critical that our young people understand history as a foundation for understanding our increasingly challenging world.

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