Issue #3 - Learning our ABCs
This issue of Michigan History for Kids magazine is about how people learn, both in school and out of school. The way people learn, along with what they learn, is an important part of any culture (cul-chur). Culture is a way of life that a group of people share. Some of the stories in this issue describe how people learned a long time ago. Other stories share examples of the chances, or opportunities (ah-poor-too-nih-tees), education (eh-juh-kay-shun) gives to people. One story explains how some schools were created to force people to change their culture. You will also read about interesting people who used education to make a difference in their lives or the lives of others. My friends and I have found games, questions, puzzles, and pictures to help you build thinking skills. We hope you never stop learning!