The scholarship program serves learners to ensure no student is ever turned away because of financial limitations. Kits include fewer, more targeted lessons focused on particular topics.
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Lesson plans target specific grade levels depending on the trunk or kit topic, but contents are suitable for all ages of K students and materials can be adapted to any grade level. Portable Museum rentals must be scheduled a minimum of two weeks in advance. Late change and cancellation fees apply. EALR alignments: Grade 5 — Explore the rich cultural history of the Coast Salish people of the Pacific Northwest, through art, stories, historic events, and the objects of daily life. Coast Salish communities have a unique and deep history in the Pacific Northwest.
Through independent and collaborative primary resource investigations of authentic materials from native communities, students learn about Coast Salish life in past times and today. Late returns are subject to a fine. Students learn about who these pioneers were, how they traveled, and what they traded. Explorers embarked on perilous journeys to chart territory and trade for valuable items. Students learn who notable explorers were, what drew them to the Pacific Northwest, and how they navigated through waterways and over land. Primary resources guide collaborative investigations that challenge students to see a new perspective and engage in hands-on learning.
Learn about the daily life of early settlers and the reasons that ultimately brought them out West. Settlers who came to the Pacific Northwest along the Oregon Trail made the journey for many different reasons. Students use artifacts and other primary resources to study the people that made the journey, what motivated them, and what day-to-day life was like. In addition, students discuss the complex early encounters between settlers and the Native American communities already living here.
Students uncover innovations in daily life and industry. Daily life changed as innovations were made in household chores, food, homes, and transportation. Students dive into an interactive investigation of day-to-day life during these years, comparing and contrasting the changes that shaped the growth of this region. Through artifact investigations, students explore the home-front experience.
This Kit introduces students to basic artifact analysis, and tells the history of Seattle using objects from the era. Students make and share their objects as part of an interactive story and learn the history of Seattle from settlement through the Great Seattle Fire.
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This lesson takes approximately 40 minutes and includes additional extension activities using the artifacts. Discover the innovations and industries that altered the way Washington residents lived their everyday lives. Kit is available to all school districts July 1 through February Students analyze the history, context, and broader cultural themes of this significant event, as well as the differences between it and the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition of Grade Level: Recommended for Grades — Examine the maritime history of Puget Sound, nautical communication methods, shipyards, and navigation.
Topics include the history of trade and immigration, maritime signal flags, knot tying, and nautical charts. Students develop skits, complete an art project, go on a treasure hunt, and more. Grade Level: Recommended for Grades — Students are introduced to the various themes that make up the history and geography of an urban lake, using the Lake Union Underwater Archaeology Project as a focus.
The construction of Lake Union was an integral part to the economic development of Seattle. Photos, videos, maps, suggested activities, and even real dive gear help students to learn about methods of historical research, and the role of underwater archaeology. By practicing primary source analysis and examining film clips, students consider the intentions behind films and whether they are meant to be true representations of people and events or dramatic reinterpretations. Students then consider what kind of film they would create to tell a historical story, and work in groups to develop a film project.
Students investigate the intentions behind films, the legitimacy of representations and interpretations of people and events during primary source analysis and examining film clips.
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