It's been quite a while since we last posted, but it's because we've been so hard at work creating content for the website! Also, like many other businesses, the Covid-19 pandemic slowed some of our progress. However, rest assured, we are hard at work on improving the website and adding even more learning tools for teachers and learners.
For instance, we've developed dozens of new articles and infographics. This is most notable in our World War I section. Check it out!
We've also begun to develop short videos to help teachers and learners make sense of complicated topics. These videos can be found on the individual articles, or on our new YouTube Channel. Let us know what you think!
Going forward, we are working hard on developing more articles, infographics and videos. We're also currently working to add citation information to all of our articles, which has been a highly requested feature!
Continue to reach out to us, if you have requests or questions. Our team will do their best to get back to you as soon as possible. We're continually amazed at the support we receive from all of you! Thank you!
We haven't updated the blog in quite a while, but behind the scenes we've been hard at working updating the website with more content and resources. History Crunch Resources continue to be wildly successful and have been purchased many times by educators all over the world. We're overwhelmed by this success and we're so grateful for your continued support. We've also updated the content on historycrunch.com with more articles, maps, images, and infographics. In fact, several of our topics are fully developed now, including: Aztec Empire, Black Death, Crusades, French Revolution, Great Depression, Industrial Revolution, Renaissance and World War II.
We're continuing to add new content, and are excited to roll out many new topics and resources in the coming weeks.
Let us know if you have any comments or questions.
- HC Team
Wow! We're overwhelmed by the amazing support we've received over the last year! History Crunch has grown at an amazing pace and we're so happy and proud to be supplying many of you with our resources. We've heard from a few of you and we're so happy that we could help bring history to your classrooms with our creations. The History Crunch team is still hard at work on new topics and resources. We've launched several new topics, including: Black Death and Crusades. We're also planning on releasing a few more very soon! At the same time, we're hard at work on updating new resources and will has several available soon for the Industrial Revolution. Finally, we've developed several online quizzes and are currently testing them before releasing them on the website. They will be available soon and will be excellent free tools for teachers and students to use in the classroom.
As always, let us know how we can help or if you have any comments!
- HC Team
It's been just over a year since History Crunch launched! While it has been quite the journey we are now proud to announce that we have 9 different topics related to World and American history. Across those 9 topics, we have developed over 100 different readings, and we're currently working on many more. The goal is to create a library of free-to-use historical readings that are geared for the modern 5-12 classroom. As well, this week we began to launch teaching resources that accompany our readings. We appreciate your support and look forward to helping you in your classrooms!
As always, if you have any questions or comments then just send us an email!
- HC Team
Earlier this week, History Crunch, the online history resource for 21st learners launched! History Crunch is the imaginative undertaking to create a source of World and American history resources that are engaging for today's learners while also being informative and knowledgeable. The launch of the website includes a few resources centered around World War I, but the website will be regularly updated with free-to-use readings and for sale teaching resources to engage and excite learners.
If you have any questions or comments please comment below or send us an email! Stay tuned for updates to History Crunch and interesting teaching and learning examples!
- HC Team