Grandma's Place: A Visit to Grandma and Grandpa's in the Thrifty '30s
Grade 4: Social Studies, English Language Arts
Title: Grandma's Place: A Visit to Grandma and Grandpa's in the Thrifty '30s
A hands-on experience involving activities and 'chores' based on those of the early 1900s. Students gather information about life in the '30s from multiple perspectives in order to develop an appreciation and respect for the contributions of Alberta citizens of the past.
Program length: 2.5 hours
Maximum group size: 30
Optimum adult/student ratio: 1 adult for 7 students
Program fee: $200 (No fee for Edmonton Public Schools)
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“I really like using the iron. I have never used one before. I thought it was super fun! I think I actually made the cloth on the ironing board really smooth. This chore inspired me to iron at home. I hope I do that soon!”
“I really enjoy the grandpa’s tool shed because I got to use old tool like drill and hammers, and I got the feeling of how people built and fixed things in the olden days.”