Free Smithsonian “Winter at Home” Activity Guides for Kids and Families
Stuck at home? Looking for things to do? Let creativity be your guide this season with the Smithsonian’s new “Winter at Home” learning guide for elementary and middle-school students. The “Winter at Home” Guide includes 40 pages of educational activities, puzzles, and games for kids and families in English and Spanish. Discover your culinary creativity, […]
Arizona Students Make History at National History Day 2020
During these historic times, Arizona students are making history by sharing the past… one project at a time. The Arizona Historical Society (AHS) congratulates the 58 Arizona students who competed against thousands of students all over the world at the National History Day® (NHD) Virtual Contest June 14-20, 2020. Middle school (junior division) and high […]
What’s the Deal With Cinco de Mayo?
Cinco de Mayo is the annual commemoration of the victory of Mexican troops over the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. While the Battle of Puebla was a significant battle in the Mexican resistance to French colonization, it is not Mexican Independence Day, which is September 16. Cinco de Mayo is more […]
Explore the Arizona History Digital Hub
Experience Arizona History like never before. Journey into Arizona’s rich and vibrant past with online resources, highlights from the collections, and additional digital content. Connect with us on social media and explore resources for you, your family, and students. History is happening every day, and now, more than ever, is vital to our lives. Visit […]