If you are a classroom teacher, homeschool parent, youth group leader or enrichment coordinator looking for ways to share Native American history and culture with your students, MKIM is a natural resource. In addition to offering group tours of the museum (see Plan Your Visit – Group Tours), we offer Educator Resource Kits, Educator Workshops, Outreach Programs and information on how MKIM aligns with the New Hampshire Department of Education’s State Curriculum Frameworks for Teaching Social Studies.
Educator Resource Boxes
The Museum allows parents, teachers, and youth group leaders to borrow Educator Resource Boxes (ERB). These kits, arranged in easy to handle plastic totes, contain a variety of curriculum enhancing materials ranging from reproduction artifacts, music CDs, books to craft ideas. You may borrow an ERB for up to two (2) weeks. Call us at 603-456-2600 or email to reserve your kit today! A refundable $50.00 deposit will be collected when you come to pick up your Educator Resource Box.
A visit to Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum, where you can see over 1,000 Native American artifacts, is a unique experience. However, if you are unable to make the trip, the Museum can come to you (with items from our Educational Collection) for presentations in classrooms, libraries, summer camps and other public venues. Hands-on crafts are also available for smaller groups. Call the Museum to discuss details and your particular curriculum needs or topics. Outreach programs are available January thru mid-April. Call us at 603-456-2600 or email to schedule your visit now!