If you are looking for information on local historical points of interest complete with pictures, videos, and information please visit the Tulare County Treasures website at http://www.tularecountytreasures.org/
Download some fun coloring pages below:
Download our mazes and word search below (answer keys provided upon request):
You can complete our digital scavenger hunt, geared toward grades 1-4, in google forms format right here! You can also request to have it shared by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. There is also a pdf format to download below, with an answer key.
Click here for the pdf version: Digital Scavenger Hunt (Grade 1-4)
Fee: $20.00 per group of up to 50 students
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K.6.3 – Understand how people lived in earlier times and how their lives would be different today (e.g., getting water from a well, growing food, making clothing, having fun, forming organizations, living by rules and laws).
1.2.4 – Describe how location, weather, and physical environment affect the way people live, including the effects on their food, clothing, shelter, transportation and recreation.
1.5.2 – Understand the ways in which American Indians and immigrants have helped define Californian and American culture.
1.5.3 – Compare beliefs, customs, ceremonies, traditions, and social practices of the varied cultures, drawing from folklore.
2.4.1 – Describe food production and consumption long ago and today, including the roles of farmers, processors, distributors, weather, and land and water resources.
3.2 – Students describe the American Indian nations in their local region long ago and in the recent past.
3.2.1 – Describe national identities, religious beliefs, customs, and various folklore traditions.
3.2.4 – Discuss the interaction of new settlers with the already established Indians of the region.
4.2.1 – Discuss the major nations of California Indians, including their geographic distribution, economic activities, legends, and religious beliefs; and describe how they depended on, adapted to, and modified the physical environment by cultivation of land and use of sea resources.
4.2.3 – Describe the Spanish exploration and colonization of California, including the relationships among soldiers, missionaries, and Indians (e.g., Juan Crespi, Junipero Serra, Gaspar de Portola).
4.4 – Students explain how California became an agricultural and industrial power, tracing the transformation of the California economy and its political and cultural development since the 1850s.
4.4.3 – Discuss immigration and migration to California between 1850 and 1900, including the diverse composition of those who came; the countries of origin and their relative locations; and conflicts and accords among the diverse groups (e.g., the 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act).
4.4.5 – Discuss the effects of the Great Depression, the Dust Bowl, and World War II on California.
5.3 – Students describe the cooperation and conflict that existed among the American Indians and between the Indian nations and the new settlers.