One Room School Day (3-6)
The One Room School day traveling trunk was designed by Homestead National Monument of America park staff. This trunk uses student-centered activities to increase student's knowledge of what school was like in the late 19th century. The trunk contains resources for educators to use in a classroom environment. It integrates written and oral activities, and games to enhance your student's learning.
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Did You Know?
The Freeman School, which operated from 1872 to 1967, was wired for electricity in 1940. The first electric bill was $0.75. -- Homestead National Monument of America