A Day in the Life
This webpage gives examples of programming that can be found in one-room schoolhouses that have living history programs. These links contain lesson plans, games, songs, etc. that are offered by schools in operation for this purpose.
The one-room schoolhouse "pupils" sit in authentic wooden desks and participate in spelling bees, recitations, readings from the McGuffey Readers, or maybe they will work arithmetic problems on slate. They often play historic games at recess.
A Day in the Life of a One-Room Schoolhouse programs help students to compare and contrast today's classroom with that of a one-room school. The programs can provide students with an understanding and appreciation of our rural school heritage. Below is a list of some of the schools that offer "A Day in the Life of a One-Room Schoolhouse" programs.