Museum Curriculum Guides
- Presidential Library Introduction and Vocabulary
- Reagan Word Search
- The Oval Office Activity
- The Oval Office- Compare and Contrast
- The Berlin Wall Worksheet
- Air Force One Pavilion Crosswork Puzzle
- Air Force One Pavilion Word Search
- Air Force One Questions
- Flight Deck Activities
- The Answer Key
Teaching History Through Artifacts: Titanic at the Reagan
Examine the source! The National Archives is introducing a traveling trunk program about the Titanic for K-6 educators. Trunks include a complete curriculum for grades K - 6 based on the new CA HSS Framework. Educators may reserve a trunk for their classroom, school or district. Trunks cost $25 for one week, $50 for two weeks and $100 for four weeks. This curriculum is available by reservation, please email ReaganEducation@nara.gov for more information.
Curriculum from Prior Exhibits
Inside the White House: A Special Exhibit
The world-famous White House Exhibit, a 20 foot wide by 60 foot long 1-inch-to-1-foot scale of the White House, will be on display for one year, beginning March 15, 2010. Taking over 600,000 hours of labor to create, the miniature is an amazing replica, showing visitors an intimate look into the White House - from the Lincoln bedroom to the Oval Office to tiny, working televisions to hand-carved chairs, tables and crystal chandeliers. This curriculum is available by request, please email ReaganEducation@nara.gov.
Fall of the Berlin Wall Curriculum
In Commemoration of the 20th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall, use this classroom ready curriculum to invite students to think about the walls that exist in our world today.
Fall of the Berlin Wall Curriculum - 4th Grade and Above
Magna Carta: The Essence of Democracy
The Original 1215 Charter was on Display January 23 - June 20, 2009.
Magna Carta Curriculum Guide
- Comparing Two great Calls to Freedom
- Emancipation Proclamation
- Reagan Emancipation Proclamation Quotes