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Pioneer Journals If you are anything like me, you are always in search of ways to keep your writers writing. When I can integrate writing with another subject area, it is a win-win! During our study of pioneer and The Oregon Trail, pioneer journals are fun way for students to use their creative brains, practice their narrative writing, and share what they are learning with others!
Every year, the fourth graders at my school participate in an Oregon Trail simulation. Students are grouped in wagon trains groups, select a wagon master to lead them on their journey to Oregon, and buy supplies.
Wagon trains earn points which help them move along the trail. As they move across the Oregon Trail map, they learn about the landforms, native people, and the dangers pioneers faced as they made the treacherous journey.
One of the ways students document their trials and tribulations along the trail is by writing in their pioneer journals. This is a great way for students to practice narrative writing while learning about a history! Before my students make their journals, we talk about how important the journals of the pioneers are to preserving history.
Much of what we know about pioneer life and the trip west we know because of these primary documents. After that introduction, we get busy making our journals!
The materials you will need for making the journals are pretty easy to come by. You will need a large paper bag for each student. I just had students bring them from home. You will also need yarn or twine, masking tape, a heavy duty hole punch. An electric hole punch would work the best, but I have a two hole punch at school that I used.
It is heavy duty and works great! My three hole punch works well too. You'll see a picture of it a bit later. I'm not sure why I added it to the photo. For the journals you will also need either lined or unlined paper. I gave my students a choice. Each student will need 10 - 15 pages.
At some point, you will need your students' pioneer portraits. On the day my class was building their journals, we held our photo shoot.
I photo edited more on how to do this later in the post and had the photos printed over the weekend so that we could finish our journals the next week. The first thing your students will need to do is cut the bottom out of their bag.
Using a good pair of scissors, model for them how to cut down one corner crease and then around the bottom section of the bag. When you are done, you will have one large section.
If your bags have handles, they can be used for a latch which I'll explain later. Now for the fun and LOUD part! In order to soften up the paper and make it easer to work with and make it look and feel more like real rawhide students will need to work their paper.
This means they will need to crinkle it up and smooth it out over and over and over and over and over again! The more they work their paper, the more it breaks down the paper fibers and it gets softer and softer. I suggest having students carefully roll it up and then step on it, putting as much weight as possible.
They will need to be careful though. The paper will rip pretty easily. Once students are happy with the feel of their paper or when you can't take the noise anymore have students carefully smooth out their paper as much as they can. Now students can either measure how big their covers will need to be or, how we did it, eyeball it!Dynamic & original independent Studies.
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