The Voyages Curriculum is for fourth, fifth, and sixth graders and is linked to the exhibits on display in the park's visitor center.The six lessons in this curriculum explore the connections between people, maritime history and the development of California.
The lessons are based on the artifacts, photographs and ideas found in the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park and can be used to enhance your visit to the park and in the classroom.They connect to the California State Education Content Standards and Framework for Grades 4-6.
The California and the Sea curriculum connects to the fourth grade theme, "California: A Changing State," part of the "History-Social Science Framework for California Public Schools."
This curriculum can supplement the social studies program and link it to the maritime heritage of the state. The lessons address these themes:
Did You Know?
19th century San Francisco was a hard drinking town. The sailing ship Balclutha helped quench that thirst by delivering cargoes containing Scotch whiskey, Dutch bitters, French vermouth and ales and liquors of all kinds. More...