10 Fun Facts about Paul Revere

10 Fun Facts about Paul Revere

Paul Revere, born 1734, played an important part of the start of the Revolutionary War. A supporter of Independence, Revere took part in many forms of protest against the British. He is most famous for his ride to warn colonists …[Continue]

10 Facts About Richard Feynman

10 Facts About Richard Feynman

  Richard Feynman was a physicist who enjoyed explaining the complex world of the science in ordinary terms. He was known for his sense of humor and love of the arts. 1. Birth & Family Richard Feynman was born on …[Continue]

10 Facts About Dinosaurs

10 Facts About Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs were one of the first animals to roam the Earth. We are always learning more about them. 1. When did they live? Dinosaurs first appeared in what is known as the Triassic period, 231.4 million years ago. Different species …[Continue]

10 Facts About Laura Ingalls Wilder

10 Facts About Laura Ingalls Wilder

Laura Ingalls Wilder, the American author best known for her “Little House” children’s books, was born on February 7, 1867 in Pepin County, Wisconsin. She died in Mansfield, Missouri on February 10, 1957. 1.  Parents and Siblings Laura Ingalls Wilder’s …[Continue]

10 Facts about Apollo 11

10 Facts about Apollo 11

  1. Moon landing Apollo 11 was the first space flight to land humans on the moon. 2. Crew The crew of the Apollo 11 consisted of Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins. Neil Armstrong was the first to …[Continue]

10 Facts About the Samurai

10 Facts About the Samurai

  1. One Who Serves The word Samurai, translated literally, means this, and it is something that the Samurai warrior would live by. Samurai were originally known as horse riding archers but evolved over time to focus more on melee …[Continue]

10 Facts About Jane Austen

10 Facts About Jane Austen

Jane Austen is known for her comedic works depicting young women in England during the 1800’s. Her works continue to be popular over 100 years after her death. 1. Jane Austen wrote 6 books. Her books include: “Emma”, “Mansfield Park”, …[Continue]