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Self-guided itinerary. Focus on buildings in Greenfield Village that highlight aspects of family and community life. Enrich your field trip experience with these “for the teachers, by the teachers” itineraries created by The Henry Ford 2009 Teacher Fellows.
This Resource is for:Educators; Students
Theme:Family and Community Life
Type of Use:Onsite Activity
Curriculum Connection:U.S. History; Geography; Civics; Business; English Language Arts; Cross-disciplinary Thinking
Michigan Social Studies Grade Level Content Expectations: K - H.2.0.4, G.1.0.1, G2.0.1, G5.0.1, C2.0.3, C5.0.1, E1.0.2, E1.0.3; 1 - H2.0.5, H2.0.6, G2.0.1, G4.0.1, G4.0.3, G5.0.1, C2.0.1, C5.0.1, C5.0.2, E1.0.1, E1.0.2, E1.0.4, E1.0.5, E1.0.6; 2 - H2.0.4, H2.0.6, G1.0.2, G2.0.1, G2.0.2, G5.0.2, C2.0.1, C3.0.2, C3.0.3, C5.0.2, E1.0.2, E1.0.3, E1.0.5
Grade/Age Level:Early Elementary; Upper Elementary
Time Period:Era 5: Civil War and Reconstruction; Era 9: America in a new global age
Venue:Greenfield Village
Tags:Field trip helper, Family, community, general store, town hall, ballot, village green, game, dance, music, farm, garden, doctor, plant, school, chapel, church, courthouse, Abraham Lincoln