Learning History with American Girl Doll Kit
This class is all about the American Girl Doll Kit Kittredge! In this 3 week class, student will enjoy learning about what life was like in 1934 and the Great Depression. We will end the class by making a camera for 18 inch dolls! (The camera craft is from Americangirlideas.com)
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Once per week
over 3 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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This class is all about the American Girl Doll Kit Kittredge! In this 3 week class, student will enjoy learning about life in America during 1934, while also learning about the American Girl Doll Kit Kittredge. The students do not have to pre-read the books before class! (After class, however, they might be excited to read them!) We will learn all about American girl Kit, and what life was life for her during the Great Depression. Since Kit wants to become a reporter when she grows up, we...
The students will become familiar with the books about American girl doll, Kit Kittredge. Students will be able to identify facts about the Great Depression while creating a "Newspaper". This will take the first 2 classes. Finally, the student will make a camera for their doll using the plans from Americangirlideas.com.
There is no homework. There will be a few projects that we will be doing during class. If student would like to work on their newspapers between class, they surely can!
Students will need: papers printed from classroom pencils, pens, colored pencils, markers or crayons. mini Popsicle sticks assorted buttons (will be more specific about this in classroom) Reflective Scrapbook Paper (a silver/ foil color) Duct tape (black looks more like a camera) Printables that will be posted in the classroom
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This class will be assessed on participation.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
265 total reviews
153 completed classes
Hello from Pittsburgh! My name is Sara, and I love teaching! I am a homeschooling mom of two with over fifteen years of teaching experience! I have a degree in Elementary Education with a Minor in Early Childhood Development. In the classroom, I...