SC HS Day – Prohibition In America @ Upcountry History Museum

**This is not an event SE Homeschool Fieldtrips, Classes and Support Page is hosting. We are posting homeschool days and other family friendly events to make it easier for homeschool families to find experiential learning opportunities in the SE USA. Homeschool Days 2017-2018 Homeschool Days at UHM! Looking for a way to add some spice to your social studies curriculum? Join us for Homeschool Day! All new programs available for the 2017-2018 academic year. Each Homeschool Day includes a guided experience in one of the museum’s galleries, hands-on activities in our classrooms, and all day admission to the Museum. Programs are multidisciplinary and support South Carolina state standards for social studies. Fridays at 1:30 pm February 16 ~ Prohibition in America: Investigate the passing and repeal of the 18th Amendment, as well as the cultural changes brought about due to this legislation. This lesson coincides with the special exhibition “Spirited: Prohibition in America.” This lesson is for students in grades 3 or higher. Students must be able to read and write independently. March 16 ~ Superheroes of South Carolina: Learn about the amazing South Carolinians who have impacted history and explore the special exhibition “Superheroes and Superstars: The Works of Alex Ross.” April 20 ~ The Power of Children: Children have the power to change the world. Join us as we remember three very special children, the struggles they faced, and how their spirits endured. Students will read, discuss, and create projects related to Anne Frank (the Holocaust), Ruby Bridges (the Civil Rights Movement), and Ryan White (the AIDS epidemic). May 18 ~ The History of Superheroes: When and why were super heroes created? Who created them? How did they change over time? Join us as we travel through the 20th century looking at real world events that shaped the superheroes we know today. Homeschool Days are $7 per child and payment is required for registration. One adult per family is free, additional adults are general admission. Younger siblings (under the age of 3), who are not participating, are free. Programs fill up fast, so early registration is recommended. Students will be divided into the following age groups: Elementary Students (Grades 1-5) and Middle/High School Students (Grades 6-12), unless otherwise noted as limited in age range due to lesson content. **Parent with younger siblings are encouraged to take children to a separate gallery to play during the lesson.** Homeschool Days fill up quickly! To make your Homeschool Day reservations please call (864) 467-3100. Please be ready to share the names and ages of the children you are bringing. Payment can be made by card over the phone or in person at the museum.
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