Adapted from our most popular in-person educational experiences, our new virtual Zoom lessons are led by park historical interpreters. They’re compatible with in-person, partially-remote, and fully-remote classrooms. Cost is $45 for each lesson.
Camp Followers Digital Experience
This digital experience is designed for students in grades 5-8, but it’s informative for learners of all ages. By the end of the experience, you’ll understand the important role played by camp followers: the people who traveled to encampments and worked for the Continental and British armies.
Bring Washington Crossing Historic Park to your classroom. Our historical interpreters have developed more than a dozen free lesson plans for teachers of elementary-age students.
Give young historians a tactile experience of colonial history. These free downloads will help your children or students play colonial games, make a cocked hat, make Johnnycakes, and more.
’76 Seconds of History Videos
Explore Washington Crossing Historic Park and colonial history…in 76 seconds. These free short videos are perfect for classroom use before or after a lesson on Washington’s crossing of the Delaware River or life in colonial America.
Washington Crossing Historic Park’s free blog is a great place to learn about various aspects of colonial life and the Christmas night crossing. We’re always looking for new topics! If you have a question that you or your class would like us to address in a blog post, please email email@example.com.