History comes to life in the classroom as students explore the New-York Historical Society's vast and varied collections in our interactive classroom programs. Using authentic touch objects and primary images, maps and documents, students experience hands-on history and deepen their understanding of New York’s and America’s past, right in the classroom. Our inquiry-driven programs expand vocabulary and develop critical thinking skills.
All classroom programs are led by a highly qualified New-York Historical Society Educator or Teaching Artist. Classes can have up to thirty-five students. Classroom programs are one class period, ranging from forty-five to ninety minutes, depending on the school’s schedule, and cost $100 per class. Choose from our menu of programs listed below, all of which align with and support the Common Core State Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies and New York State Learning Standards for Social Studies and the Arts. To register, visit www.nyhseducationdb.org.