Social Studies / History
How are you preserving the stories that document this unprecedented time in modern world history?
In this activity, students plan a trip from start to finish including where they wish to go and what they wish to see when they go there.
Some of the most interesting and useful artifacts from history are the first-person accounts we find in journals and interviews.
Even if your local park is off limits, a walk down the street can be good for the intellect and imagination. This activity offers ways to turn that walk into a learning experience.
This activity is designed to fuel conversation and creative thought about what objects represent, how we elevate them to the level of treasured artifacts, and what particular items best represent our own particular persona.