|The Pardee Home Museum encourages tours by local school groups. Third-grade students of local history, fourth-grade students of California history, and fifth-grade students of United States history will particularly benefit from guided tours of the house. To arrange a tour please call (510) 444-2187.|
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|The curriculum guide below stems from discussions concerning the Pardee family as well as the architecture of the Pardee Home Museum.
The curriculum is intended for grades 3-4 and was designed with Social Studies, Language Arts and Visual Arts Educational Standards in mind. All lesson plans
can easily be modified and adapted for different grade levels.
This guide was developed and is being presented for educational use by Rue Avant.
|GRADE 3-4: PARDEE FAMILY AND |
1. Understanding of a Pardee family member or household staff member and the times in which they lived.|
2. The Pardee Home Museum architecture and its collections.
|The curriculum guides below are based on the "anthropological" collections at the Pardee Home Museum. The curriculum is intended for grades 4-6
and was designed with Social Studies, History and Visual Arts Educational Standards in mind. All lesson plans can easily be modified and adapted for different
These guides were developed and are being presented for educational use by Johanna Fassbender.
|GRADE 4: CALIFORNIA HISTORY|
|Collecting at the beginning of the 20th Century|
Learn about Mrs. Helen Pardee's anthropological collections and start your own collection of objects!
|Native California Basketry|
Learn about different Native American groups in California and study the art of basket weaving!
|GRADE 5: U.S. HISTORY|
|Southwest Pueblo Pottery|
Learn how to work with clay, and discover the beauty of Pueblo Pottery!
|Art from Alaska|
Hear fascinating myths from Alaska and make your own Raven mask!
|GRADE 6: WORLD CULTURES|
|The Asian Tea Culture|
Perform a tea ceremony in your classroom and think about ways to encourage people to drink more tea!
|Weapons and Tools from Oceania|
Study how people from Oceania navigate the Oceans and make your own boat!
|The Pardee Home Museum archives offer research opportunities in a number of areas, including:|
|To arrange time to work in the archives, please call (510) 444-2187. You may also call this number for information on the important archival holdings relating to the Pardees at Stanford University and the University of California at Berkleley.|
exist for advanced students in history, the fine arts, anthropology, historic
preservation, and museum studies.