Hey teachers! We’ve prepared some interesting Thanksgiving-themed class activities you might be interested in doing with your students this year. Take a look!Get them Here!
Do you know the history of American Thanksgiving? Thanksgiving was a real event in America in 1621. On this day four Pilgrim women and two girls made Thanksgiving dinner for fifty-six Pilgrims and ninety Native Americans! Why were they celebrating? Watch the fun, fully illustrated story of The Original Thanksgiving on Animated Thanksgiving, to find […]
In Flanders Fields is a war poem written by Canadian Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae. It has become the symbol of Remembrance Day together with the red poppy, to honour those who fought in service to the country. In Flanders Fields by Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae May 1915 In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the […]
The New Victory Theater in Times Square is one of the oldest theaters in New York. It’s also haunted! While Kidoons was at there, we sat down with Colleen Davis, the Production Coordinator. She told us who the ghostly woman is! The woman’s name was Mrs. Carter, and she was an actress on that very […]
Did you know that things we do to celebrate Halloween started over 500 years BC? A long time ago, October 31st was the last day of the Celtic calendar. The Celts were tribes of people living across Europe since around 1000 years BC. Have you heard of the Druids? The Druids worshipped the spirits of […]
Teachers and moms love Kidoons online videos as they’re FREE, fun, and on a safe network! Join our animated characters as they travel to real places to solve mysteries for Captain Nemo, while learning about real science, history, environment and culture. Each episode partners with a real museum, organization, or city, so the content is […]
Jerry and Snappy imagine themselves being buried in quicksand, but Topper the Topmost Mouse shakes them out of the fantasy. They’re actually in the cargo hold of a bulk ship, standing on Topper’s grain shipment to the east coast. Together, they discover the history of Thunder Bay, from its beginnings as the separate towns of […]
Jerry’s walking down Donald Street East in Thunder Bay, searching for another gear on Captain Nemo’s mission. He jumps back in time at Thunder Bay Museum, where he relives the history of TBay, from the merging of the twin cities of Fort William and Port Arthur. Jerry learns about the fur trade, silver mines, and […]