Petawawa Heritage Society/Village Événement

School Day trips
Jusqu'au June 28, 2018 (10:00 AM - 2:30 PM)

In the late 19th century and early 20th century, a child’s life in rural areas focused largely on work.  There was work to do in the fields, in trades and businesses and there was still work to do at home. This programme focuses on a child's role and responsibilities during the time-period covering 1890 to 1910. Students will gain an understanding of the domestic life of children in rural areas including an exploration of the growing importance of a formal education.

  • To give students insight into how the lives of children in the past differed from their own.
  • To demonstrate the importance of the child's role in the home and society.
  • To transform historical and cultural lessons learned in the classroom to real life, hands on and practical experience.

Open for bookings Tuesday - Friday

Petawawa heritage Village
Public cible: 
students grades 01-05
$7.00 per person
Contact pour billets / réservations: 
Ann McIntyre