Explore lesson plans and tools for teaching and learning about Alaska and the North.
Use this book with K12 students to explore the I AM INUIT exhibition.
Dive into the northern waters of Alaska with K12 students.
Explore objects, images and ideas connected to surviving and thriving in the North with K12 students.
Explore the idea of belonging through artworks created by artists who have made Alaska their home with K12 students.
Delve deeply by using this deck of twenty questions to ask any museum object with K-12 students.
Explore objects and ideas connected to foodways in the North with K12 students.
Share this guide with students to let them know what to expect on their museum field trip.
Share this guide with anyone to let them know what to expect when they visit the museum as a member of the public.
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The museum education team is available to provide support as you plan your teacher-guided visit. Contact the Education and School Group Coordinator for an informational visit to the museum or discussion of resources. Email email@example.com or call (907) 929-9280.
Educational resources at the Anchorage Museum are made possible with the support of the Hearst Foundation, the Atwood Foundation and the Alaska Humanities Forum.