Wednesday, June 19, 2013




 Rush-Henrietta Winslow Elementary Second Grade Students visited the Tinker Homestead and Farm Museum to learn about 19th Century Farm Life in Henrietta. Hansen Nature Center also hosted a Field Camp for all Rush-Henrietta 7th Grade Students. Field stations were run by Students from R-H High School. In addition to these programs, all First Grade Students in R-H visited Tinker Nature Park for their curriculum based field trip on organisms.

Town Historian Tina Thompson discussing domestic chores in the Homestead Kitchen

Brief lesson in dairy farming.
Students learned about some of the tools used in the 19th century for planting and harvesting crops. 


Field station on micro pond organisms.
Field Station on Animal Adaptations.
 

Picture Perfect Day for a Field Trip.






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