Fun Historical Shirts for Kids

Wee Rascals

It's so cool that my daughter is starting to learn about history. From learning about dinosaurs to historical facts and important figures, I love that her interests are changing as she gets older.

A fun way for kids of all ages to show their love of everything history is through the new t-shirt line, Wee Rascals. As a children's clothing company on a mission to breath new life into children's clothing by revisiting some of history's most famous and influential faces. You can find a line showcasing historical figures like Isaac Newton, Abe Lincoln, Johnny Appleseed, Davy Crockett, Joan of Arc and Susan B. Anthony


Created by two moms, Kylie and Liz, Wee-Rascals was born out of a desire to see real life heroes, weary of all the mass marketing of major cartoon characters, who longed for more meaning in our kids' lives and wardrobes. They recognized a need to bring forth faces of real people for all kids to admire. This includes a way for kids to rediscover who a SUPER hero really was!

Wee Rascals.

There are so many fun shirts for kids with some of our favorites being the Abraham Lincoln Army Long Sleeve Thermal, American Revolutionary Politicians White/Red Raglan and Johnny Appleseed Gray/Navy Raglan - among many others!

My daughter loves her Abraham Lincoln Organic Cotton Pomegranate Short Sleeve that she pairs with leggings or a skirt. In addition to the cool imagery that was created on the shirt, I love how they are produced and manufactured by workers in the United States and use the highest quality with some made using organic cotton.

With some many influences affecting our kids, we love how Wee Rascals is promoting positive role models, and as they say the real "super heroes" our kids should be learning from.

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