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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.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Self-guided Field Trip to both Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum. Examine artifacts relevant to the Industrial Revolution. Meets curriculum requirements for grades 7-12.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Self-guided field trip to both Greenfield Village and Ford Rouge Factory Tour. Transition from 18th and 19th century small farms and shops to today's large industrial complexes like the Rouge. Meets curriculum requirements for grades 4-6.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Self-guided field trip to both Greenfield Village and Ford Rouge Factory Tour. Transition from 18th and 19th century small farms and shops to today's large industrial complexes like the Rouge. Meets curriculum requirements for grades 7-12.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Expectations and tips for chaperones on field trips to The Henry Ford.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Self-guided Itinerary. Explore artifacts, exhibits and sites associated with the development of the Model T; includes in-depth information and questions.   Get Document   View Summary
 
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.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Checklist and tips for field trips to The Henry Ford. Created by our 2010 Teacher Fellows - "By the Teachers, For the Teachers."    Get Document   View Summary
 
Self-guided itinerary. Enrich your field trip experience with these “for the teachers, by the teachers” themed itineraries. Created by The Henry Ford 2009 Teacher Fellows and tested with their students, these curriculum-aligned tools for teachers, group leaders and students will deepen student learning and understanding of the Ford Rouge Factory Tour.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Scavenger Hunt in Greenfield Village. Explore one-room schools and buildings related to education through featured artifacts, drawing, vocabulary, and questions for writing and discussion. Includes a tip sheet for parents/teachers/chaperones.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Scavenger Hunt in Henry Ford Museum. Explore the exhibit "Driving America" through featured artifacts, drawing, vocabulary, and questions for writing and discussion. Includes a tip sheet for parents/teachers/chaperones.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Scavenger Hunt in Henry Ford Museum. Explore the exhibit "Heroes of the Sky" through featured artifacts, drawing, vocabulary, and questions for writing and discussion. Includes a tip sheet for parents/teachers/chaperones.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Scavenger Hunt in Henry Ford Museum. Explore the exhibit "Made in America: Power" through featured artifacts, drawing, vocabulary, and questions for writing and discussion. Includes a tip sheet for parents/teachers/chaperones.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Scavenger hunt at the Ford Rouge Factory Tour. Explore the Ford Rouge Factory Tour through featured artifacts, drawing, vocabulary, and questions for writing and discussion. Includes a tip sheet for parents/teachers/chaperones.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Scavenger Hunt in Greenfield Village. Explore the George Washington Carver Cabin and Mattox Family Home through featured artifacts, drawing, vocabulary, and questions for writing and discussion. Includes a tip sheet for parents/teachers/chaperones.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Scavenger Hunt in Greenfield Village. Explore the glass, pottery, print, and weaving shops through featured artifacts, drawing, vocabulary, and questions for writing and discussion. Includes a tip sheet for parents/teachers/chaperones.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Scavenger Hunt in Greenfield Village. Explore Daggett Farmhouse, Susquehanna Plantation, Hermitage Slave Quarters, and Firestone Farm through featured artifacts, drawing, vocabulary, and questions for writing and discussion. Includes a tip sheet for parents/teachers/chaperones.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Scavenger Hunt in Henry Ford Museum. Explore the exhibit "Your Place in Time" through featured artifacts, drawing, vocabulary, and questions for writing and discussion. Includes a tip sheet for parents/teachers/chaperones.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Scavenger hunt in Henry Ford Museum. Explore the exhibit "With Liberty and Justice for All" through featured artifacts, drawing, vocabulary, and questions for writing and discussion. Includes a tip sheet for parents/teachers/chaperones.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Scavenger hunt at the Ford Rouge Factory Tour. Explore the Ford Rouge Factory Tour through featured artifacts, drawing, vocabulary, and questions for writing and discussion. Includes a tip sheet for parents/teachers/chaperones.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Scavenger Hunt in Greeenfield Village. Explore the homes and workplaces of Henry Ford, Thomas Edison and the Wright Brothers through featured artifacts, drawing, vocabulary, and questions for writing and discussion. Includes a tip sheet for parents/teachers/chaperones.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Scavenger Hunt at Greenfield Village. Explore the "Henry Ford's Model T" district through featured artifacts, drawing, vocabulary, and questions for writing and discussion. Includes a tip sheet for parents/teachers/chaperones.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Scavenger Hunt in Henry Ford Museum. Explore the exhibit "Made in America: Manufacturing" through featured artifacts, drawing, vocabulary, and questions for writing and discussion. Includes a tip sheet for parents/teachers/chaperones.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Scavenger Hunt in Henry Ford Museum. Explore the exhibit "Driving America" through featured artifacts, drawing, vocabulary, and questions for writing and discussion. Includes a tip sheet for parents/teachers/chaperones.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Self-guided itinerary for Ford Rouge Factory Tour. Explore the factory through the lens of how citizens, industry, and government all play a role in ecosystem restoration. For Grades 6-8.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Self-guided itinerary. Focus on innovation and design in furniture and the home. Enrich your field trip experience with these “for the teachers, by the teachers” itineraries created by The Henry Ford 2009 Teacher Fellows.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Self-guided Itinerary for Henry Ford Museum. This self-guided itinerary, created for the Learning Series Educator Workshops, explores how railroads, automobiles and airplanes changed American culture.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Self-guided itinerary. Focus on inventors and the characteristics they share by visiting the workshops and homes of Thomas Edison, Henry Ford and Wilbur and Orville Wright. Enrich your field trip experience with these “for the teachers, by the teachers” itineraries created by The Henry Ford 2009 Teacher Fellows.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Self-guided itinerary for Ford Rouge Factory Tour. Explore the factory through the lens of how the needs of plants and animals in an ecosystem can be impacted by humans. For Grades 3-5.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Self-guided itinerary. Focus on U.S. migration from rural to urban life from 1800-1900. Enrich your field trip experience with these “for the teachers, by the teachers” itineraries created by The Henry Ford 2009 Teacher Fellows.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Guide for Greenfield Village One-Room School Program downloadable online. Includes historical background, pre-, post-, and during visit suggestions, bibliography, and connections the Common Core, Michigan content expectations, and other national standards.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Self-guided itinerary for Ford Rouge Factory Tour. Explores the factory through the lens of how environmental sustainability is affected by business decisions. For Grades 9-12.   Get Document   View Summary
 
During/post-visit activities for Ford Rouge Factory Tour. Reinforces curriculum on the resources needed for manufacturing, industrialization and entrepreneurship.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Self-guided itinerary. Focus on the changes in technology and the lives of women from the colonial era to the early 20th century. Enrich your field trip experience with these “for the teachers, by the teachers” itineraries created by The Henry Ford 2009 Teacher Fellows.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Self-guided itinerary that highlights stories of innovation at the Ford Rouge Factory Tour. Use this itinerary to help you identify the ways Ford continuously works to improve the work environment for its employees, the quality of the world in which we live and the cars we drive today.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Self-guided itinerary that highlights stories of innovation in Greenfield Village. Use this itinerary to help you identify some of the items that Henry Ford collected to honor his greatest role model and mentor, Thomas Edison.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Self-guided itinerary that highlights stories of innovation at Henry Ford Museum. Use this itinerary to help you identify some of the most significant innovations in Henry Ford Museum and understand the stories behind them.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Advice and instructions for using "My Collections" cards on a field trip. "My Collections" is your own personalized group of digitized artifacts from the Collections of The Henry. Adapt the assignment to your curriculum focus! Cards currently available for Driving America in Henry Ford Museum only.   Get Document   View Summary
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