5th Grade

Welcome to 5th Grade located in the green pod.

5th Grade Classroom

  • Ms. Blair
  • Mrs. Brown
  • Mr. Collins
  • Ms. Hartenburg
  • Mrs. Kime
  • Ms. Lawson
  • Mrs. Lucas
  • Mr. Morehead
  • Mrs. Parke
  • Mrs. Volz

Suggested Supplies

  • 2 Spiral Notebooks or Composition Books - Will be used in class throughout the year
  • Pencils (Lots of pencils!)
  • 6 Folders (one for each subject)
  • Expo marker to keep in your desk.
  • Your own art supplies are always nice to have:
  • Crayons
  • Markers
  • Colored Pencils
  • Erasers
  • Suggested Donations for the classroom:
  • Tissue
  • A container of disinfectant wipes or
  • Disinfectant spray cleaner
  • Dry Erase Markers
  • Red Pens for the classroom

Please keep in mind our lockers are very small when deciding on backpacks/binders/ etc.


Right Side Green Pod

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Greenfield Village Scavenger Hunt Links

Green field Village 2023

Village Tour

List three of the historic rides/transportation  available at GFV.

1.  ______________________________________________

2.  ______________________________________________

3.   ______________________________________________


Henry Ford was born on ____________________ in this small farmhouse that is located in the Henry Ford Model T district. Be sure to visit his Mack Avenue Plant while you’re in the area!

Wright Brothers' Cycle Shop  (use the interactive map)
The Wright Cycle Shop is considered the "birthplace of aviation." See the original building where the Wright Flyer was made in the _________________________ district of Greenfield Village.

Visit the Firestone working farm and see the planted fields, wagons and livestock. Be sure to check out the _________________    ____________________ sheep,   a popular 19 century breed.

Be sure to look for the Weaving shop, the Pottery shop and the Glass Shop at GFV. The glass shop produces more than _______________ pieces of early-American glass each year.

British immigrant Reverend Henry Tripp built this sawmill around 1855. It was unique because it was not water powered it was __________________   __________________.

The Wright brothers built, sold and repaired bicycles at their Dayton, Ohio shop. They used much of that money to pay for their aviation experiments. Their experience building bicycles helped them unlock the mysteries of how airplanes fly.  This shop was built around _____________

The ____________________________________ Company built this carousel. They created the widest variety of hand-carved carousel animals of any manufacturer, ranging from giraffes to storks to zebras.

The reconstruction of Menlo Park Laboratory Complex, originally in New Jersey, where

_________________ created some of his most famous inventions, such as the lightbulb and the phonograph. 

Noah Webster lived in this home with his wife, two daughters and at least one free African American servant. Webster wrote many of his publications here. His famous American Dictionary of the English

Language was published in 1828, when he lived here. It had more than ­­­__________________ word entries.

Check out the extra Activities you can do at GFV (many of these activities are not included in the admission fee).

Go on a virtual visit of the village using the Interactive Map and find out information on each building at this location.

Places to see in the village:

  • Firestone Farm
  • Old fashioned Cider Mill
  • Tripp Sawmill
  • Pottery Shop
  • Weaving Shop
  • Gristmill
  • Printing office and tinshop
  • Carding Mill
  • Machine Shop
  • Ford Home
  • Miller School house
  • Wright Cycle Shop
  • Cohen Millinery
  • Heinz Shop
  • Edison Illuminating Company station A
  • Smiths Creek Depot
  • Town Hall
  • Martha-Mary Chapel
  • Edison’s complex
  • Sarah Jordan’s Boarding House
  • Thomas Edison’s Fort Meyers
  • Matix Family Home
  • Dr. Howard’s Home
  • Scotch Settlement School
  • Logan County Court House
  • Adam’s Family Home
  • Sounds of America

Greenfield Village, collection of nearly 100 historic buildings on a 200-acre (80-hectare) site in Dearborn, southeastern Michigan, U.S. It was established in 1933 by industrialist Henry Ford, who relocated or reconstructed buildings there from throughout the United States. The village includes the birthplaces, homes, or workplaces of Ford, William Holmes McGuffeyNoah WebsterLuther Burbank, and Wilbur and Orville Wright. Also featured are Thomas A. Edison’s laboratory from Menlo ParkNew Jersey, a Stephen Foster memorial, a courthouse where Abraham Lincoln practiced law, a steam-powered paddleboat and several locomotives, and representative English and early American homes, public buildings, and craft shops. The adjoining Henry Ford Museum houses a collection of Americana.

Greenfield Village, which opened in 1933, consists of more than 80 historic structures on a site laid out like a small New England community-farmhouses, workshops, shops, mills, a railroad depot, and a bandstand. It is also divided into themed areas which include: crafts and trade, historic homes, transportation, pre-industrial farm life, and town buildings. The village also includes the restoration of moved homes and workplaces of famous innovators, like the Wright Brothers' Home and Cycle Shop and Ford's first automobile assembly plant. The centerpiece is the reconstruction of Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory Complex, originally in New Jersey, where he created some of his most famous inventions, such as the phonograph and the light bulb. The result is a unique history park.