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Virtual programming

Virtual Classroom Programs

Presented by

World Awareness Children’s Museum

The World Awareness Children’s Museum bring our interactive, hands-on, outreach programs directly to your site! Designed for individual classrooms of up to 30 students, all programs:

>Are virtual and interactive

>Are taught live by a Museum Educator

>Are available to any school in the United States

>Are one hour (60-minutes) long

>Feature virtual learning with the Museum’s cultural and historical artifacts collection

>Include an art project to work on either during or after the lesson

>Are aligned with NYS Common Core >Curriculum standards and modules

>Can be taught to a maximum of 30 students per presentation

Contact:

Emily F. Wood, Membership & Program

Coordinator

Phone: (518) 793-2773 x 303

Email: emily@worldchildrensmuseum.org

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Virtual Experiences

Presented by

Museums on the Green

There’s so much history to uncover - from suffragettes, shipwrecks and spies to patriots, poets and major league players. Museums on the Green has created a dynamic new virtual series of talks with authors and historians, new virtual exhibits featuring items from the archives, and read the latest issues of “Untold Tales of Falmouth.”  The Museums is owned and operated by the Falmouth Historical Society on Cape Cod. 

Rebeka Antonelli, Museum Educator, prepares to teach a virtual lesson about Chinese New Year to a 3rd Grade class in Schenectady, New York

 

Links:

https://museumsonthegreen.org/exhibits-artifacts/

https://museumsonthegreen.org/untold-tales-of-falmouth/