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Homeschool Field Trip Day
December 13, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pmFree – $6.00
Join us at the Cleveland History Center every third Wednesday of the month from October through May for our Homeschool Field Trip Days! Get hands-on with our exciting and immersive School & Youth programs, then explore all that our museum has to offer – including our Euclid Beach Park Grand Carousel!
Each month, we will offer a different program that covers standards-based learning objectives using our museum’s vast collection of primary sources. Participation certificates and portfolio material will be distributed to all participants. Families are encouraged to attend and participate alongside the students. (Children who do not fall within the age range of the programs are still welcome to join in the program at a reduced admission fee.)
Want to make a day of it? We also offer a space for your family to eat lunch at no additional charge! If you are interested in bringing lunch, please let us know when making your reservation. Morning and afternoon program sessions are available. The morning session will be held from 10:00am-12:00pm, and the afternoon session will take place from 2:00-4:00pm.
Click call 216-721-5722 ext. 1502 to register your group today!
- Students: $6 each
- Parents: Free
- Additional Children: $5 each
- Parking: $5/car flat rate
- Two carousel tokens per person are included with each admission, so make time after the program to take a spin!
This Month’s Program
Wednesday, December 13 | From There to Here
Unfold the story of a migrant or refugee family’s journey to Northeast Ohio from overseas or from another US region. Students roleplay as a family, dressing up to present their family’s story to the rest of the class. Age-appropriate primary documents provide information for students to discover when and from where they came, why they left, and what their hopes are for a future in Cleveland. Stories range from the 1840s to 1980s, and include European, Asian, Hispanic, African American, and Appalachian groups.