Education Curriculum Support
About The Curriculum Support Team
Integrating Delaware County’s History into the classroom experience is the goal of the Curriculum Support team. There are a variety of ways to experience this history: with a tour, a visit, a presentation or experience, or a Society volunteer visiting the school. We are here to supplement the curriculum to include information about Delaware’s rich cultural past.
Delaware County Historical Society’s School Programs
Click below to watch a short video about our many programs for students
Current School Programs
All programs have been revised to reflect the 2018 State of Ohio Standards for Social Studies Content. Click the title to view the standards addressed by each program by grade.
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What is An Artifact? – 1st, 2nd grades
Delaware Then and Now Artifact Cart – 1st, 2nd, 3rd grades
1800s Ohio Schools – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th grades
Teacher Tote Bag Program – 3rd grade
Walking Tour of Early Delaware – 3rd grade
Tour of the Nash House – 3rd grade
Scavenger Hunt in the Cryder Research Center – 3rd grade
Walking Tour on Winter Street – 3rd grade
The Underground Railroad Experience – 4th, 5th, 8th grades
Early Settlers and American Indians of Delaware County – 4th, 5th, 7th, 8th grades
Voices of the Underground Railroad Readers’ Theater – 5th, 8th grades
About Program Fees
The Delaware County Historical Society is a non-profit organization funded by donations and memberships. In order to keep our facilities such as the Nash House, The Meeker Homestead, and the Cryder Research Center open and programs available, we would appreciate any financial contribution your school,
For the Underground Railroad Experience and the Early Settlers and American Indians of Delaware County
These fees are negotiable so that all children and interested adult groups can receive the benefit of our programs.
We thank the Delaware County Foundation, the William Street United Methodist Church Foundation, and Delaware County Commissioners for their financial support of these programs.