Fifth Grade Program

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The goal of the Fifth Grade Program is to deliver an interactive experience that instills in students a sense of ownership in the history of Tempe, connects to their everyday lives, and inspires them to preserve their own history. The program is about the stories of Tempe as a desert southwestern urban community. Tempe School District No. 3 teachers must schedule a tour through the Gifted & Social Studies Department at the District Office. Teachers outside the TD3 District may email the museum directly to request a tour.

Before Your Visit
Teachers who have registered their class in the program should click on the links below for the pre-visit materials. It is essential that the students be prepared for this enquiry-based program. 

Executive Summary 
Participation Guide
Tempe Four Ways Module
Building Tempe Module 
Surviving in the Desert Module 
College Town Module 
Living Together Module 
Student Question Sheet 
Vocabulary List

PLEASE NOTE: The teacher should divide the class into four groups before visiting the museum and give each student a name tag. This preparation will expedite the program and make for a smooth rotation of groups.

After Your Visit
Below are links to the post visit activities that will provide reinforcement for the concepts learned during the students' museum visit. 

Participatory History Post-visit Activity 
Sense of Place Post-visit Activity
Timeline Post-visit Activity (Quizlet - opens in new window)

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