Add-On Options: 30 minutes each in length
So Little Room so Much to Take K-3, Intended Audience Grade 2, Academic Historical Thinking Skills 126.96.36.199.1
It didn’t matter which contry immigrants came from in the 1850s- the problem was universal; what to take to America. Students will use critical and creative thinking skills to problem solve what the Streitz family with their five children should bring with them on their journey to Minnesota to set up their new home. Map skills, artifacts, the immigration process, and decision making skills will be included in this program.
History Mystery Grades 4-8 Intended Audience. Grade 3 Academic Historical Thinking Skills 188.8.131.52.1 A site in central Minnesota is being excavated for a mall. The site used to be Main Street of Heritage, MN, a small town in the early 1800’s. The students will look at artifacts and determine all sorts of information about the people who lived in that community.
Letters from Minnesota’s Families Grade 4 - 12 intended Audience. Preserve your personal and family history. This activity provides opportunities for students to retain memories or stories from their life. The participant writes a brief letter to a family member or friend on acid-free paper that conserves the letters as an important resource for future generations. It is an easy way to keep and share history.
Storytellers All Ages intended Audience. Storytelling is a very exciting and interactive way in which to learn about something. Our storytellers have coyote tales, tall tales, historical tales, and many other tales to captivate your attention.