Bring the Museum to your school! The Florida Museum currently offers five Inquiry Box outreach programs for use in the classroom. All activities are designed to integrate social studies, language arts, math, and science in a unified learning experience.

Suitable for: All ages but geared to 3rd-5th grade

Participants will:

Shared Boxes

Each shared box contains:

This Inquiry Box was designed using the Sunshine State Standards and is intended to enhance FCAT preparation.

Teacher’s Guide to Florida’s Native People

This teacher’s guide may be used for Inquiry Box presentations, Inquiry Box loans and museum visits. The guide contains information on Florida’s Indian people, information on associated subjects and related fields of study, vocabulary and suggested activities. All activities are designed to integrate social studies, language arts, math and science in a unified learning experience. Permission is granted to reproduce the information and activities for student and teacher use. All guides are in PDF format.

Full Teacher’s Guide

Table of Contents

Part One – Introduction and General Information

Part Four – Florida’s Seminole People

Part Five – References (Answers, Vocabulary, Bibliography)

 

Ready to reserve an Inquiry Box and/or presentation? Please email dmilner@flmnh.ufl.edu or call 352-273-2030.