Virtual Classroom

We’ll bring the fun to you!

Virtual Classroom Programs

Let the World Awareness Children’s Museum bring our interactive, hands-on, outreach programs directly to your site! Designed for individual classrooms of up to 30 students, all programs:

  • Are virtual and interactive
  • Are taught live by a Museum Educator
  • Are available to any school in the United States
  • Are one hour (60-minutes) long
  • Feature virtual learning with the Museum’s cultural and historical artifacts collection
  • Include an art project to work on either during or after the lesson
  • Are aligned with NYS Common Core Curriculum standards and modules
  • Can be taught to a maximum of 30 students per presentation

Please contact us for more information:

Emily F. Wood, Membership & Program Coordinator
Phone: (518) 793-2773
Email: emily@worldchildrensmuseum.org

This program is made possible with funding from the Cohoes Savings Foundation.

Preschool – Grade 2

Celebrate the Chinese New Year

An introduction to the Chinese New Year Festival, students learn through interactive virtual learning tools with authentic clothing, objects, and a group discussion that brings this celebration to life.

Our Earth: Keep It Clean

In this program, students will explore ways the air, land, and water are polluted. They’ll also find ways that they can help make it cleaner by replanting and recycling. Students will analyze art together and learn about the environment around the world, including what they can do to make our earth a great place to live by conserving our resources. Students will learn more about these environmental topics through virtual learning tools.

Grades 3 – 6

Chinese New Year Traditions

Study the traditions and customs of Chinese New Year, learn some Mandarin phrases, and learn about traditional Chinese New Year customs through interactive virtual learning tools.

Discover Brazil

Through interactive virtual learning and activities, students explore three major regions of Brazil and how climate, geography and natural resources affect the way people live.

Flags and Countries

Learn about international flags and their symbolism! Students will learn through interactive virtual learning tools and will think about the citizenship qualities flag symbols represent. Students will decide what qualities they would like citizens to have in their imaginary country, and create their own flag to represent the qualities they chose.

Our Earth: Keep It Clean

In this program, students will explore ways the air, land, and water are polluted. They’ll also find ways that they can help make it cleaner by replanting and recycling. Students will analyze art together and learn about the environment around the world, including what they can do to make our earth a great place to live by conserving our resources. Students will learn more about these environmental topics through virtual learning tools.