Social Studies Elementary Open Educational Resources

Social Studies Elementary Open Educational Resources

The Farmers’ Museum is pleased to present Harvest of History, an interactive website and fourth-grade curriculum dedicated to agriculture and rural life in New York State. The website includes an interactive virtual tour of The Farmers’ Museum, a database of primary sources including museum objects and documents, printable versions of the...

A series of curriculum guides on the Catskill Mountain Region, this five module resource helps teachers enliven and enrich their lessons, and instill a sense of Catskill Mountain regional pride in their students. The emphasis of hands-on learning and process skills makes the guides useful for any teacher who would like to address NYS Learning...

The Raynham Hall Museum's school programs allow students to experience the past in a historic house setting that complements the students’ classroom learning by encouraging curiosity and critical thinking. Their tours, conducted by trained museum interpreters, align with the New York State Education Teaching Standards. With the Colonial &...

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation is proud to announce its next generation of Electronic Field Trip programming.

 
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Whether you are interested in a self-guided exploration of Fort Ticonderoga and it's surrounding landscape or you are looking for a more in-depth experience for your students, Fort Ticonderoga welcomes student groups throughout the 2014-15 school year. The fort offers in-class programs, field trips, and a variety of special programs, including...

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