DIG Into History: Each issue is theme-related with a special 10- to 12-page section that focuses on an archaeological discovery or topic related to the issue’s theme. Writers are most often experts in the area as accuracy and up-to-date information are key. The text is always engaging, vivid, and interesting. Geared to our readers, it complements the principles of Common Core and offers a great springboard for discussion, curriculum-related projects, and cross-disciplinary lesson plans. Included in each issue as departments such as Fun with Words (stories about theme-related words and expressions), What’s Wrong Here? (anachronisms in art), Artifacts (an uncovered object with a fascinating tale), Ask Away (reader questions answered by an archaeologist and an historian). Spirited word games and projects further involve readers in the issue’s theme.
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Send your child to new realms, brimming with new places to visit and new things to explore. Each Discovery Pack contains 5 or 9 magazines with themes that will send your reader to uncharted territory. Eureka!
Go diving with archaeologists to a sunken ship. Learn the secret of the mummy’s tomb. Read about how technology helped Robert Ballard discover and explore the Titanic.
Take a historical journey and explore the city of London as you never have before! First build the two flat base layers of the 1,157-piece puzzle to form a geographical map of the city. Then create your own miniature version of the famous London skyline using 73 3-D replicas of London buildings and landmarks, including Big Ben and the Tower Bridge. Puzzle builders can even add a fourth dimension—time—by following the detailed Time Poster and adding each structure in chronological order. Bonus features include glow-in-the-dark streets and an online educational feature that offers more than 2,000 facts. Assembled dimensions: 27 x 14 x 3.5 inches.