Our youth education programming encourages students to uncover history in their everyday lives. Programs connect local history across disciplines in the classroom through investigation, research, creation and connection. We offer both site-based and remote programming for classroom educators or local families. Come to the museum and you might investigate archival photos, discover trends in local natural history or engineer irrigation for homesteading cabins.
FIRST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH | 10:30AM |JHHSM Education and Events Center, 105 Mercill
Geared towards Pre-K ages, “The Hole Story” is a great time for families to come together and learn about Jackson Hole history! Each program will feature a unique story that ties to the people, places, animals and nature of Jackson hole. Then, we will explore the themes of the book through various activities such as dress up, art making and sensory based play. Come learn with us!
Students will use archives and museum objects to critically investigate aspects of local Jackson Hole history and its relationship to the nation/world
Using our research database and resources students will discover documents or objects that relate to their specific topic
Student will apply the history they have learned to create and design artwork, structure, and inventions
Students will use the history they learned to make connections across disciplines
For more information or to schedule a program, please email the Education and Program Director, Frances Ritchie at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the museum at 307-733- 2414.