Join us for a captivating homeschool day at the Northeast Georgia History Center on Thursday, February 22nd, from 10 AM to 1 PM, as we step back in time to explore the fascinating World War I era.
Suffrage March: 12:30 PM- Meeting in the Rotunda- March will then be led outside 1 block to the Historic Breanu Campus.
Our event will feature a range of engaging stations and activities ongoing throughout the Day:
Meet WWI Soldiers: Immerse yourself in the life of a WWI soldier.
VAD Nurse: Discover the vital role of VAD nurses during WWI.
WWI Rationing and Victory Gardens: Experience the challenges of rationing during the war, take the pledge, and sample recipes from the era. Learn about the importance of victory gardens and how they contributed to the war effort.
Suffragette Movement: Explore the link between the suffragette movement and WWI.
Girl Scouts in WWI: Dive into the involvement of Girl Scouts during WWI with Juliette Grodon Low. Participate in packing care packages for soldiers, replicating the items they received in the field.
Crafts: Get creative with a tissue paper poppy craft, a symbol of remembrance for WWI, and learn about Georgia’s own Moina Michael.
American Girl Doll Station: Join Rebecca, the American Girl Doll, for an interactive station.
Scavenger Hunt: Engage in a thrilling scavenger hunt throughout our exhibits, designed to test your knowledge of WWI history.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the sights, sounds, and experiences of World War I. We look forward to having a memorable and educational day with you!