For Educators

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Imagine, innovate and learn about the art, culture, science and history of Alaska and the North at the Anchorage Museum.

Education Programming at the Anchorage Museum

Our resources and programming support at home, in the classroom, and museum based-learning. We offer programming for school groups, homeschool programs, early learners, families and youth.

Scholarships and grant funding are available for school group experiences, which is distributed at a first come-first serve basis. Title 1 schools are prioritized. For more information on other ways the museum offers discounts and cost assistance, please review our access page.

We welcome a variety of group visits – homeschools, camps, organizations, public and private schools, and other types of early learner, youth, and adult education groups. Review our Field Trips page and complete our field trip request form to schedule a group visit.

Field Trips

Anchorage Museum school programs foster knowledge through discovery.

Educator Events

Upcoming events for teachers, school librarians, grade-level teams and administration.

Teaching Resources

Explore resources by theme, grade and standard.

Museum Activity Boxes

With the museum's community supported education (CSE) activity boxes, you can bring home hours of hands-on and virtual STEAM activities for toddlers, youth and adults.

Homeschool

The Anchorage Museum offers a range of online resources and publications that you can use from home, selectable by grade level and topic. Explore resources for teaching and learning. 

Family and Youth Programs

Find classes for families and youth, camps and workshops for school age children, and activities and programs for tots.

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

The Anchorage Museum is grateful to our generous sponsors for supporting our mission. The museum serves more than 10,000 students and teachers annually with interdisciplinary programs that connect Pre-K through 12th grade students from various backgrounds to the museum's resources.

Education programs are made possible, in part, thanks to funding from the Anchorage Museum Foundation through the Larry and Wilma Carr Education Fund, and the Emi Chance Memorial Fund.

Additional support is provided by the following sponsors:

 

Segelhorst Fund for Children and Youth
Jan and Jeri van den Top
Cook Inlet Region, Inc.

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