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School Resources

The Anchorage Museum offers a multitude of free resources for teachers including worksheets, traveling artifact kits, and research aids.

TOOLS FOR TEACHERS
Tools for Teachers websites provide the resources you need to teach your students about various permanent or temporary exhibitions at the Anchorage Museum. These thematic units, lesson plans and classroom activities can be used before, during or after a focused field trip.

FOCUSED TRIP SHEETS
Download Pre-K–12 student trip sheets to help guide your field trip experience during free exploration. These simple, adaptable trip sheets include activities for the gallery, as well as suggested pre- and post-visit activities for the classroom. Remember to give your students time for free choice learning.

FIRST FRIDAY ART REVIEWS (9–12)
First Friday is a great extra-credit opportunity for high school students. The museum offers free general admission from 6 to 9 p.m. the first Friday of each month. Consider having your students write reviews after attending gallery talks by noted artists, watching live performances, or viewing current exhibitions. For more information, call (907) 929-9269.
Art Review Worksheet

BOB AND EVANGELINE ATWOOD ALASKA RESOURCE CENTER
The Atwood Resource Center maintains a library of more than 12,000 titles with a focus on the history, ethnography, and art of Alaska and the North. This is a great resource for teens and teachers to conduct research. Materials do not circulate, but the general public is welcome to reference the collection. The archival collections, including more than 500,000 photographs, are also available for on-site research. For more information, call (907) 929-9235 or email resourcecenter@anchoragemuseum.org.

OTHER RESOURCES