We are excited to offer educators materials that help students understand northeast Florida's cultural and natural history. We hope these materials will be used to integrate your classroom with ours.
Learn about the woman who lived slavery from every angle.
Learn local history and let the creativity fly as kids design a fort.
History becomes personal with this fun and educational activity.
Students use real documents to explore the past.
A teacher's tool for guiding your students through the Fort Caroline...
Students will use Kingsley Plantation as a setting to explore how slave systems in Florida varied under the Spanish, British, and American rule.
Students will write a letter from the perspective of a 16th century settler.
This program will guide you through the park exhibits beginning at the St. John's river lookout behind the visitor center and continuing to the fort.
Through developing background knowledge and researching information about Kingsley Plantation, students will become familiar with the historical aspect of the plantation with respect to the layout and rich history that is right here near our home.
This timeline activity guides students through the story of the Kingsley family while highlighting key moments in Florida's history.
People living along the St. John's River have used Spanish Moss is many ways. Learn about the mysterious plant with this lesson.
Art and history combine in this lesson on recording the lives of the Florida natives.
Students will cover science and history in this lesson. By exploring how plants grow then specifically how the Timucua used seeds and plant life they will connect concepts across subject area.
Students will create their own pottery using flour, salt, water, and cream of tartar, and will decorate their pottery with natural materials.
This lesson traces Anna Kingsley’s life through official documents and interpretation.