Self-guided Field Trip to both Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum. Examine artifacts relevant to the Industrial Revolution. Meets curriculum requirements for grades 4-6.
This Resource is for:Educators
Theme:America's Industrial Revolution
Type of Use:Onsite Activity, Daily in October, Fridays in November, Daily from mid-April through early June
Curriculum Connection:U.S. History; Geography; Economics; World History; Science; Environmental Education; Technology/Engineering; Arts and Design; Creative Problem Solving; Cross-disciplinary Thinking; Entrepreneurial Literacy
National Curriculum Standards for Social Studies Strands I, II, IV, VII, VIII; Michigan Social Studies Grade Level Content Expectations 4 - H3.0.1, H3.0.2, H3.0.5, H3.0.6, E1.05; 6 - H1.2.5, H1.4.1, H1.4.2
Grade/Age Level:Upper Elementary; Middle School
Time Period:Era 2: Colonization and Settlement; Era 3: Revolution and the New Nation; Era 4: Expansion and Reform; Era 5: Civil War and Reconstruction; Era 6: The Development of an Industrial, Urban and Global United States; Era 9: America in a new global age
Pricing:Free with admission. Contact the Call Center for discounted combo site pricing.
Venue:Henry Ford Museum; Greenfield Village
Tags:farm, industry, agriculture, blacksmith, machine, mill, factory, manufacturing, green, AIR_ITINERARY