Self-guided package are available for teachers that would like to provide a standards-based purpose for their visit, but not the fully-structured layout of a Guided Program. After a brief introduction to the museum, students will complete a 30 minute investigation based on the chosen theme (provided by the museum) and will also enjoy self-guided time in the museum galleries. Whenever possible, the package also includes a live performance related to the topic of study.
Grades: grade levels vary by package
Group Size: minimum 15 / maximums vary by package
Length: 2 hours / 2 ½ hours with lunch room reservation* (additional time may be added upon teacher request)
Cost: $6.00 per person / $6.50 with lunch room rental*
Required Chaperones (FREE):
- One requiredadult per 10 children
- Additional adults $6.00/$6.50 with lunch room reservation*
For a complete list of each program's core content information click on the title or picture of each program.
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Grades: 3 – 12, minimum 15, maximum 150 students
During this inquiry-focused package, students will utilize primary and secondary sources to develop questions and make discoveries about the past. An investigation sheet will be provided to assist students with analyzing artifacts, images, life-like scenes and text in meaningful ways. A live performance is included as part of the visit and, whenever possible, will be connected to your unit of study.
Grades: 3 – 12, minimum 15/ maximum 150
Your students will be welcomed to the museum as “arts & culture critics” assigned to write a newspaper review of the Frazier History Museum. By utilizing the observation sheets provided, students will capture their thoughts and impressions of the exhibits, staff and facility in an organized way. A live performance by one of the Frazier’s historical interpreters will provide yet another opportunity for student critique, as well as a method for including Social Studies content. Back at school, students will reflect on their experience and write a review. Sample museum reviews will available for pre/ post-visit use.
Grades K-12, minimum 15/ max 300
School groups that prefer to experience the Frazier Museum without participating in an educational program may register in advance for a self-guided visit. After a brief introduction to the museum, participating groups have time to explore the galleries on their own, visit select temporary exhibitions and view live performances on the daily schedule.
* PLEASE NOTE: School programs utilizing the lunchroom at the Frazier do not include a box lunch. Please plan to bring in a lunch for each student if you plan to reserve our lunch space.