This European movement from the 17th & 18th centuries “brought to light” that people can reason and think for themselves. This caused some conflict within the churches.
The German scientist Albert Einstein (1879-1955) is widely-known for his brilliant mind and ideas. Follow along with the song and hear how his Theory of Relativity.
Growing up as child during World War II, Anne Frank (1929-1945) was able to vividly capture her first-hand experiences inside a secret journal.
Benjamin Franklin was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. As a man “who wore many hats”, learn how he also was an inventor, an author, statesman, and a politician.
We have the right! We demand freedom! This song will teach you The Bill of Rights, which are simply the first 10 Amendments to the US Constitution.
Learn the jobs and responsibilities of the three branches of government. The Legislative, the Executive, and the Judicial branches’ decisions must all agree with the Constitution.
Back in 1859, Charles Darwin said that evolution works because of “natural selection” or the process that weeds out the weakest of a species.
With over 12 million square miles, Africa is the 2nd largest continent. Learn about important African countries that have shaped the America we know today.
Thomas Paine, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Harriet Beecher Stowe are just a few of the important founders of American literature discussed in this lesson.
Although it is widely assumed that Christopher Columbus discovered America, there are more details that need to be explained.
As the 32nd President of the United States, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected by the people in hopes of finding a permanent solution to their current economic problems.
Quite unique and remarkable. Born as a slave, he fought the system and eventually taught himself how to read and write by observing others around him.
Back in the 1800’s everyone wanted to... strike it rich. Let's explore with James Marshall at Sutter's Mill and learn how over 300,000 people “rushed” to find gold in California.
Plenty of people throughout history have contributed their time, energy, inventions, theories, and life’s work for the advancement of our society.
From flight to women’s rights, it would take several albums to cover the amount of women involved in shaping our world.
From Athens to Crete to Mt. Olympus and back, Greek mythology is a fascinating subject. You might already be familiar with Zeus and Poseidon, but there are more to learn.
Learn all the steps for a bill becoming a law. It’s not just the President, but also the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate who play key roles in this process.
Learn how the ancient Greek poet, Homer, used revenge and meddling Greek gods to the epic story of King Agamemnon and the wrath of the hero, Achilles.
Explores how new technology, new transportation, and innovative ideas in the textile industry helped usher in a new way of life.
As the first African American to come up from the Negro Leagues, Jackie Robinson (1919-1972) made history by breaking the color barrier for Major League Baseball.
Through the Rocky Mountains all the way to the Pacific Ocean, Lewis and Clark were asked by President Thomas Jefferson to explore the newly purchased Louisiana Territory.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was a prominent social activist of the Civil Rights Movement during the 1950s and 1960s. With several inspiring speeches, including “I Have A Dream”.
For 1,000 years in Europe, things were quite bleak. How bad? Well, for starters, the Black Plague wiped out 30 million people! Also known as the Dark Ages!
Mandela was a leader in South Africa who demanded equal rights for everyone. After 27 years in prison for his protests against the apartheid, he was elected president.
Way back in 1500s, Nostradamus (Michel de Nostredame) was widely considered the definitive authority on predicting the future.
From the Arctic Ocean to the Antarctic Ocean, in this track we will take a trip around the world and learn about the seven continents and five oceans. Don’t forget your bathing suit!
Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces and the chief executive of the federal government. Both are very important roles for very different reasons.
Learn that the equation A² + B² = C² will allow us to figure out the lengths of each side of a right triangle. Note: This equation will only apply if the triangle contains a (90º) right angle.
William Shakespeare (1564-1616), also known as “The Bard”, was an actor, a poet, and arguably the greatest playwright in history.
Edison held over 1,000 patents & Nikola Tesla’s ideas lead the way for the first radio, telephone, television, and cell phone.
In order to grow the British Empire, Queen Elizabeth wanted to establish colonies in the Americas. From 1607 - 1732, these are the 13 original British colonies.
In one of the most shocking and important periods of American history, indentured servants or slaves were common during the 1700s.
In this song we will learn about the 50 states and their capitals. There are many interesting facts you will learn on this journey.
Learn the names and some fun facts about the 46 presidents of the United States. Trust us. You’ll be the talk of the Executive branch!
With seven continents all over the world, you can only imagine how many countries there must be within them all. Learn fun facts that make each nation so unique.
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