Well, we thought it was time that the children went out to experience a classroom setting, so we signed them up for a field trip to the Jordan Schoolhouse.
The school is set up as a living museum, set in 1908, so we had to (as much as possible) dress from the time period, take a period lunch, and we got to experience the type of school students in 1908 would have. The children had a great time, as well as learning lots!
Here is Emmi eating her lunch - no plastic allowed!
This is Tim during a penmanship exercise.
As we were a homeschool group, we had a good variety of ages, which replicated the 1908 experience quite well. Here are some of the happy group on the girls' side.