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Are you looking for something that could help your kids learn about history? Time Traveller Kids is an interactive, monthly subscription package made just for your kid to enjoyably learn about world history. This fun learning material will help your […]

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United Kingdom

The United Kingdom, also called the U.K., consists of a group of islands off the northwest coast of Europe. FAST FACTS 1. England is part of the United Kingdom. Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are the other countries that make […]

Best kids’ books about England

Let’s Visit… England Let’s Visit: England explores eight great places to go in England – from the beautiful Lake District to London’s superb Natural History Museum. England: A Benjamin Blog and His Inquisitive Dog Guide Features an intrepid explorer Benjamin […]

History

Throughout history, there have been a number of different groups of settlers in England, including the Romans, the Angles, the Saxons, the Vikings, and the Normans. The word England comes from the word ‘Angle-land’ or land of the Angles, a Viking tribe that […]

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Payment for the succeeding months will be done, every first week of the month. The package will then be shipped on the second week of the same month. For the 3-months or 6-months subscription plan, a single payment will be made at the start of the plan.

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The Time Traveller Kids package will be shipped to your address every month. You can choose to pay monthly or pay in full, in advance for 3 months or 6 months.

Time Traveller Kids is aimed at children ages 7 and up, but not limited to them. We do not have age limits or restrictions as we believe that learning is an ageless experience. Older kids and even teenagers and adults may enjoy Time Traveller Kids.

Time Traveller Kids is an interactive learning material about history suited for children. It comes in a monthly subscription which provides your children with new topics every month. It is filled with fun learning material such as games, puzzles, stories, and tokens to name a few.

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Welcome

Are you looking for something that could help your kids learn about history? Time Traveller Kids is an interactive, monthly subscription package made just for your kid to enjoyably learn about world history. This fun learning material will help your child imagine themselves as time travelers learning various traditions, cultures, events that have happened all over the globe, for over hundreds and thousands of years back into the past.

The Time Traveller Kids kit covers different locations and time periods of world history. Your child can visit the great architecture of Ancient Greece, find out what communication system was invented during the second world war, read some of Shakespeare’s famous playwrights, and so many more. They can “experience” world history without even leaving the comforts of your own home.

Each Time Traveller Kids package contains learning materials such as a storybook, puzzles, a sheet of historic stickers, a bookmark, a map, and a booklet. Each component of the Time Traveller Kids package will propel your child’s imagination into them traveling back in time. It takes the non-conventional path of learning to peak your child’s interest.

All content inside the package is kid-friendly and definitely suited for their age. The needed adult supervision is minimal as everything is made safe which can also give them a sense of responsibility and independence even at a young age.

Many parents have commended Time Traveller Kids as a helpful way of their kids learning world history. Take it from fellow parents, guardians, and teachers who have witnessed how the Time Traveller Kids helped their little ones. Your kids will definitely enjoy time traveling through world history.

Who knows? Your child may be the next world-famous historian or archaeologist! All they need is that little push to get the ball rolling or that little spark to ignite that curiosity.

 

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The Wild West

The Wild West

The Wild West was an iconic location filled with gold, outlaws, and cowboys. Native Americans were displaced off their own land and were even enslaved. More than 150,000 Americans went to the West Coast in hopes of finding gold. It was also known to have no laws which made many criminals or also known as outlaws travel to the place to evade the consequences of their crimes. As rumors of finding gold in the area were spreading like wildfire, many tourists flocked to the wild west in order to experience it. Cowboys from the Wild ...
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World War II Evacuees

World War II Evacuees

One of the most historic wars is World War II. It affected thousands of people that it displaced citizens from their own countries, forcing them to seek shelter in other countries. The people displaced were called evacuees as they needed to evacuate their own homes for their safety and survival. This gave rise to new sports in other countries, like the rise over everyday golfers. Even before the war ensued, many British people including children were evacuated to the countryside; some were even brought to other countries such as Australia, the United States of America, ...
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The Stuarts

The Stuarts

The first kings of the United Kingdom were called The Stuarts. The Stuarts’ reign started in the 1600s until the early 1700s. A bloody civil war occurred during the 17th century due to the struggle between the monarchs named the Cavaliers and the parliament named the Roundheads who hold more power over the United Kingdom. They were known to be avid fishermen who would spent much of their spare time with a fishing line in hand. During this time, a fire had taken place in a bakery on Pudding Lane. Thousands of houses were quickly ...
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Elizabethan Era

Elizabethan Era

The Elizabethan Era was named after Elizabeth I, one of the most famous British leaders in history. She was devoted to serving her country which was speculated to be the reason why she never married. Elizabeth’s father was King Henry VIII who was known to have six wives and created a religion that allowed him to divorce his ex-wives. He had Elizabeth’s mother, Anne Boleyn, beheaded when Elizabeth was still an infant. One of the most significant things was the Spanish Armada where she defeated the Spanish who were out to conquer England. During this ...
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