b'Field TripsBartow History Museum & The Grand Theatre European Explorers and American Indian Cultures - Third Grade At The Grand Theatre, compare and contrast myths, legends, and culturesof American Indian groups from each region of the country, and see howthey use their environment for food, clothing, shelter, and to inform theirunique cultures. Watch a Hopi dance and join your friends on stage to actout a legend. At the Bartow History Museum, play games, and discover thedifferent pathways and methods that Scottish traders and Hernando de Sotoused in their early exploration and encounters with American Indians.SS3H1, SS3H2, SS3G3, ELACC4RL9, ELAGSE3RL2, ELAGSE3RL4,ELAGSE3RL5, ELAGSE3RI2, ELAGSE3SL2, ELAGSE3SL3,ELAGSE3SL5, ESD3.RE.1, ESD3.CN.1 Freedom 101 - Fourth GradeStudents will travel back in time at The Grand Theatre to interview nine keyhistoric figures who shaped the revolutionary movement and fought forvoters rights: Paul Revere, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin,Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Susan B. Anthony, Fredrick Douglass, andSojourner Truth. At the Bartow History Museum learn about the 13th, 14th,and 15th amendments, The Freedmens Bureau, the impact of Jim Crow,and stage a protest march! SS4H1, SS4H2, SS4H4, SS4CG2, SS4H6, K-5 EU Homefront, Battlefront - Fifth GradeExplore the lives of the men, women, and children who lived during WorldWar II. Travel back to the pre-television era and listen to Franklin D.Roosevelt address the nation, hear a WWII veterans account of the battleof Iwo Jima, and learn about the daily hardships endured by the soldiersduring the war. Discover ration books, victory gardens, take part in a massmeeting, and propaganda. Find out how entertainers and everyday citizenspulled together to support the war effort. SS5H4, MGSE5.NF.5, MGSE5.MD.1'