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It is our belief that young children learn best when they become immersed in their learning. To that end the third grade team planned a unit of study in which students investigated what life would have been like for a child in colonial America. Each child learned about various aspects of colonial life such as: school, home, work, clothing, food, medicine, music, and recreation.  The study involved field trips, literature, both fiction and non-fiction, technology, art, cooking, and crafts.

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The culminating event
GA Colonial Day Online Museum

Celebrations

Market place

Tavern


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Pennsbury Ridley RittenhouseTown
Fast Facts
Web Gallery Guided Tour
Garden Tour

William Penn Crossword Puzzle
A-Z Guide
2003 Photo Scrapbook
Papermaking
German Cooking
General Information

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Colonial Dictionary
Definitions

Craft Day
How-to Guides

Colonial Scenes

Venn Diagrams

Colonial Storybook

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Books

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Online Onramp
Suggested Internet Links

 

Workshop - From Classroom to Virtual Museum: Life of a Colonial Child
Parent and Student Evaluations

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Micki Vieille, Cara Herold, Kathy Wyszomierski

Germantown Academy
P.O. Box 287
Ft. Washington, PA 19034



Web site by  Micki Vieille, 3rd grade technology coordinator  &  Andrea Owens, home page coordinator

Last updated 1/07/2008


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