A visit to the Museum
Monday, November 30, 2009
Photos by Mike Leckband
Students from Lynette Hyndman's second grade class at Roosevelt Elementary School spent some time at the Tiel-Sanford Museum on Tuesday November 24 to learn about Native American historic customs.
Hand grinding corn-
Among the many workstations available to the Cherokee Roosevelt Elementary students during the visit at the Cherokee Sanford Museum was this corn grinding stone that second grade student Katlynn Burch is pictured demonstrating
Taking turns -
Also experiencing the corn grinding stone during their learning exercise at the Sanford Museum were Trevor Curtis, left, Kyle Carey, center and Hayden Bomar, right. All the students are members of Lynette Hyndman's second grade class at Roosevelt Elementary School in Cherokee.
Primitive drill -
Kerisa Pingel, Sanford Museum Educator, is pictured teaching the students how to use a drill like the Native Americans did.
Native American tools -
Nolan Pruett, Anna Kaye and Emily Stykel learn about different tools that the Native Americans used.