Education

 

Every Kid Outdoors, Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine, and Hampton National Historic Site are launching four virtual programs for 4th-8th grades in all Baltimore City Schools and Title I schools across Maryland. These programs begin with a combination of short films, character biographies, interactive maps, and student activities that teachers and students can do at their own pace. Park staff will then use Zoom as guests in virtual classrooms where the parks will do a short Q and A with the students. Schools can choose to do either one or two Q and A sessions from one or both parks. Virtual trips about Soap, Safety and Freedom Seeking, and Six Feet of Separation at historic NPS sites connect the past with the present! Click HERE to learn more about the COVID-19 Series and to request a program.

We also offer an open-ended Collaborative Program for teachers to work with park staff and access park resources as tools for individual classroom projects.Click
HERE to learn more about the Collaborative Program.

A successful field trip begins with good planning. Everything a group leader needs to know may be found on these pages.
Lesson Plans and a Teacher's Guide are included. Both pre-visit and post-visit lessons and activities will enhance the overall educational experience.

Last updated: November 21, 2020

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2400 East Fort Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21230

Phone:

(410) 962-4290 x250

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