Field Trips Freedom 101 - Fourth Grade Students will travel back in time at The Grand Theatre to interview nine key historic figures who shaped the revolutionary movement and fought for voters’ rights: Paul Revere, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Susan B. Anthony, Fredrick Douglass, and Sojourner Truth. At the Bartow History Museum learn about the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments, The Freedmen’s Bureau, the impact of Jim Crow, and stage a protest march! GSE: SS4H1, SS4H2, SS4H4, SS4CG2, SS4H6, K-5 EU Homefront, Battlefront - Fifth Grade Explore the lives of the men, women, and children who lived during World War II. Travel back to the pre-television era and listen to Franklin D. Roosevelt address the nation, hear a WWII veteran’s account of the battle of Iwo Jima, and learn about the daily hardships endured by the soldiers during the war. Discover ration books, victory gardens, 1940’s lingo, and propaganda. Find out how entertainers and everyday citizens pulled together to support the war effort. GSE: SS5H4, MGSE5.NF.5, MGSE5.MD.1 Bartow History Museum & The Grand Theatre Field Trips Bartow History Museum For more information or to make a reservation, call 770-382-3818, Ext. 6288. Down on the Farm - Kindergarten Lasts approximately 1 hour. Minimum 10 students. More than 60 students, please contact reservations. $5 for students. $4 for students in Bartow, Cherokee, and Forsyth counties. $4 plus tax for parents/chaperones. In this interactive, hands-on program, students will learn what it was like to live on a farm 100 to 150 years ago. Students will handle farm artifacts, compare chores today with those of children from long ago, hand-wash clothes, churn butter, and participate in more fun farm activities. GSE: SSKH3, SSKE1