Homeschool Day: WWII on the Homefront

Training Our Soldiers: WWII on the Homefront

World War II was often referred to as a "Total War," meaning that the American homefront (men, women, and children) played a vital role in winning the war. Through a guided tour, children will learn how the war impacted daily American life . They will also learn about the history behind the Greenville Army Air Base and the Army training base, Camp Croft in Spartanburg. After the tour, children will examine and get hands-on with actual World War II artifacts.

WHAT: UHM Homeschool Day

WHEN: Friday, May 19 | 1:30 p.m.

WHERE: Upcountry History Museum

HOW: May 19 is open to children in 1st-12th grade.

WHY: Get hands-on with history and art while incorporating state standards

COST: $10 per student and $12 per adult

UHM MEMBERS COST: $6 per student and adults are FREE