Spring Homeschool Series:
One Life to Another: Immigration in New Jersey
Tuesday, February 28, Remembering Generations Past
Tuesday, March 28, Understanding Languages
Tuesday, April 25, Viewing Identity
Tuesday, May 23, Celebrating Diversity
How long has your family lived in New Jersey? Whether first or fourth generation your family is part of New Jersey’s story. This program is as much about New Jersey’s history as it is about each family’s story of coming to America. Each family will be asked to share a special object that relates to the journey their family took. Activities will help students understand and discuss issues from an immigrant’s perspective.
Recommended for ages 7 to 13 years old. Full series registration/payment due for reduced rate by Friday, Feburary 17th. $35/per child in advance; $10 per child on day of program. FREE for accompanying adult. Sibling discount available.
Over Here, Over There: New Jersey and World War 1
Monday, March 13, Preparing for the Great War
Monday, April 10, Beyond the Battleground
Monday, May 8, A Generation Sacrifices
Monday, June 12, After the Armistice
Commemorate the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into World War 1 on April 6, 1917. Families learn about New Jersey connections to this world event including the contributions of the generation of men who lost their lives during the war and the role of women at home in the Women’s Land Army, through the story of Macculloch descendant, Dorothea Miller Post.
Recommended for ages 10 to 16 years old. Full series registration/payment due by Friday, March 3rd for discounted rate. $35/per child if paid in advance or $10 per child on day of program. FREE for accompanying adult. Sibling discount available.
Contact the Museum Educator for details: (973) 538-2404, ext.16 or firstname.lastname@example.org