800 E. 17th Ave.
Columbus, OH 43211
You Can Make History: What's in Your House?
based on 8 evaluation(s).
Education: Grade(s) Kindergarten, 1, 2
We prefer groups of 35 or fewer participants but can make exceptions.
Minimum of 5 participants
Students are introduced to Arbuckle, a 200-year-old turtle in this series that helps students build a foundation for an understanding of history and the effects of the passage of time and change by comparing and contrasting their lives today with that of early settlers. In What’s In Your House, students will examine the interior of a settler’s home, looking at furnishings and daily living needs, as well as sources of water, light, and heat.
1. The program begins with a participatory song.
2. Students discuss the passage of time.
3. Students compare and contrast their own lives with that of early settlers.
4. A song pertaining to the show's specific topic is sung.
5. A craft pertaining to the show's specific topic is taught.
6. Students have ample time for questions and answers.
- develop an understanding for the passage of time
- compare and contrast their lives to the lives of early settlers
- explore the interior of a settler's home
Presented by The National Center for History in the Schools
NSS-USH.K-4.1 LIVING AND WORKING TOGETHER IN FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES, NOW AND LONG AGO
- Understands family life now and in the past, and family life in various places long ago
Standard 1A: The student understands family life now and in the recent past; family life in various places long ago.
- Understands the history of the local community and how communities in North America varied long ago
Standard 2A: The student understands the history of his or her local community.
Standard 2B: The student understands how communities in North America varied long ago.
NSS-USH.K-4.2 THE HISTORY OF STUDENTS' OWN STATE OR REGION
- Understands the people, events, problems, and ideas that were significant in creating the history of their state
Standard 3C: The student understands the various other groups from regions throughout the world who came into the his or her own state or region over the long-ago and recent past.
NSS-USH.K-4.3 THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES: DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES AND VALUES AND THE PEOPLE FROM MANY CULTURES WHO CONTRIBUTED TO ITS CULTURAL, ECONOMIC, AND POLITICAL HERITAGE
- Understands the causes and nature of movements of large groups of people into and within the United States, now and long ago
Standard 5A: Demonstrate understanding of the movements of large groups of people into his or her own and other states in the United States now and long ago.
- Understands the folklore and other cultural contributions from various regions of the United States and how they helped to form a national heritage
Standard 6A: The student understands folklore and other cultural contributions from various regions of the United States and how they help to form a national heritage.
We ask that program reservations be made at least 2 weeks in advance. Be sure to list in alternate date in your program request in the event that your requested date isn't available. Please allow up to 5 business days to have your request processed.
Please allow up to 5 business days to have your request processed. Bulk program discounts are available. Purchase 6 programs and receive a 7th program of equal or lesser cost, free of charge. In order to receive these discounts, we must receive request forms for each program at the same time.
We will not charge for programs canceled due to inclement weather. The full presentation fee will be charged to sites, which cancel with less than 24 hours notice.
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