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Activities, Guides, and Teacher Tools

Make the most out of an upcoming field trip, including pre- and post-visit activities, as well as resources for using primary sources in the classroom.

Visit Guidelines and Documentation

These resources can be used for learners and educators alike to prepare for their visit to MOHAI. Additional information is also included in each reservation confirmation.

Planning a Guided Field Trip to MOHAI

Planning a Self-Guided Field Trip to MOHAI

Field Trip Schedules for Guided Groups

Guidelines for Students and Chaperones

Scholarship Bus Reimbursement Form

Bus Parking Map

Pre-Visit Materials

Use these lessons and activities to introduce students to content that will be discussed during their field trip to MOHAI.

Edible City Teacher’s Packet

Creating Our Community; K–Grade 2

Cracking the History Code: Settling Around the Sound; Grade 3-5

Cracking the History Code: Salish Stories; Grade 3-5

The Significance of Salmon; Grade 4-8

Self-Guided Gallery Activities

Download scavenger hunts and other gallery activities that students can use to explore MOHAI’s exhibits.

True Northwest Scavenger Hunt (K–Grade 2)

True Northwest Scavenger Hunt (Grade 3-12)

Edible City Scavenger Hunt (Elementary)

Edible City Scavenger Hunt (Upper elementary–Middle school)

Edible City Scavenger Hunt (Middle school–High School)

Introduction to Primary Source Analysis

Use these worksheets to introduce students to the different ways they can use primary sources when learning about history.

Artifact Analysis Worksheet

Document Analysis Worksheet

Photograph Analysis Worksheet