Each program is $125 and can accommodate a maximum of 30 students.
Daily Life in 18th Century Philadelphia (grades 5-8)
Students work in collaborative teams to examine artifacts, primary source documents, maps, and images to learn about life in the past. Through a series of activities they compare their lives with those of 18th century Philadelphians.
The Liberty Bell: A Symbol of We the People (grades 4-12)
The students become historians by analyzing primary source and other visual information to learn about the use of the Liberty Bell through history. Students collaborate in teams as they prepare a creative presentation on the symbolism of the Liberty Bell. This program fosters a new way of looking at this old bell.
The Liberty Bell: A Symbol of We The People (grades K-2)
For the younger (K-2) students this program involves a game about symbolism followed by a read aloud story about a child who helped protect the Liberty Bell during the American Revolution. The students then create their own Liberty Bells, expressing their ideas of liberty.
Benjamin Franklin: Man of Many Talents (grades 3-12)
Students work in collaborative teams to explore Franklin's life through interactive activities such as setting type for a printing press, playing a glass armonica, and experimenting with electricity. In this program students learn using multiple intelligences. With hands-on activities they experience the musical, mathematical, linguistic, spatial, interpersonal, and creative sides of Dr. Franklin.
Benjamin Franklin: Man of Many Talents (grades K-2)
The younger students learn about Benjamin Franklin through a story and then have the opportunity to create their own invention. They also try some of Dr. Franklin's inventions.
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All education programs include reserved tickets to tour Independence Hall or the Benjamin Franklin Museum. These one hour education programs are offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 9:30, 11:00, and 12:30.
Last updated: November 9, 2019