Teaching Resources Catalog
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The Colonial Williamsburg Teaching Resources Catalog is designed to provide history resources for the classroom. These include lesson units, artifact kits, instructional videos, the Teacher Institute, and the Electronic Field Trip series. We believe you will find these materials to be a resource that will enrich your curriculum and help inspire your students to discover the excitement of American history.
The Electronic Field Trip Series
Live internet events and national television broadcasts bring American history alive in your classroom.
Teacher Professional Development Programs
Professional educators can continue their own learning through Colonial Williamsburg's programs for elementary, middle, and high school teachers
Motivate students to analyze primary sources, formulate historical questions, and develop visual literacy skills with these interactive hands-on resources.
The Storymatic - Colonial Williamsburg Edition
It's a writing prompt, teaching tool, and great way to encourage divergent thinking among your students.
From Ear to Ear
The Passage of American Music through American Slavery
Stories Under African Skies
Stories in the African American Tradition
Jefferson and Adams: A Stage Play
Written by Howard Ginsberg (based on his original play)
Williamsburg - The Story of a Patriot
See the iconic story of the Revolution in Williamsburg. DVD includes special features on the film's making and restoration.
The Young Americans Book Series
Colonial Williamsburg Children Tell Their Stories
Award-winning author Joan Lowery Nixon captures the imagination of your students with these history stories. (Exerpts available; choose "Learn More.")
ABC-CLIO and The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation have teamed up to bring you an all-new series of downloadable lesson plans, in conjunction with Colonial Williamsburg’s Electronic Field Trips (EFTs).
Each easy-to-download lesson plan is value priced at $5 – a benefit that every educator can appreciate!