Delaware Agricultural Museum
Delaware Agricultural Museum

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Underground Railroad Quilt Presentation

Grades 1-6

2 hours • $4.00 / Person

 

The Underground Railroad Code Trip Presentation will teach through demonstration how to analyze, and differentiate the signs and symbols of the Code. It includes black spiritual songs and quilt presentations to expose elementary and middle school children to the historical significance of the code. This presentation will enhance the students understanding and knowledge of the history of slavery in America, including the secret network of escape routes for slaves. The 2 hour program includes 3 quilting activities and 1 group presentation. Available in February, March & April only.

Social Studies - History: 2 Analysis & 3 Interpretation; Geography: 3 Places & 4 Regions; Science: 7 Diversity

Christmas in the Village

All Ages

2 hours • $4.00 / Person

 

Enjoy looking back at a rural Victorian Christmas in the 1890’s village. Activities will have a seasonal flavor as students travel through the village and learn about rural Christmas customs of the 1890’s. Available in December only.

Delaware Standards- Economics, Geography 3, History 2,3,4

Topical Pathways - History, Geography

Delaware Standards -Social Studies, English, Science

 

Secrets of the Soil:
Did you say Dirt?


All Ages

2 hours • $4.00 / Person

 

This program has been restructured for smaller groups. Please call for information.

 

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reservations, please email the Museum at damv@verizon.net

Don't Forget! The Delaware Agricultural Museum and Village has a shop with inexpensive educational books and toys for your students.

 

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Where to Find Us:

Delaware Agricultural Museum and Village
866 N Dupont Hwy
Dover, DE 19901
 

Daily Hours: 

Tues. to Sat. 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Closed Sunday & Monday

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