TeachersAt the Kentucky Historical Society, school programs are based on the belief that learning about the past can be engaging and meaningful and fun! Education staff offer student programs that promote an understanding and appreciation of the state's diverse heritage. Teacher services help educators find and use heritage resources at all grade levels.Interested in nominating someone for History Teacher of the Year?
Visit the Gilder Lehrman Web site
for complete details.
Learn about our spring homeschool day at the KHS history campus.
For more information about home school programming contact Greg Hardison, Student Programs Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 502-564-1792, ext. 4454.
Check out these student activities based on our exhibitions and then visit our history campus to learn more
"Kentucky Military Treasures" Packet--Elementary School
"Kentucky Military Treasures" Packet--Middle School
"Kentucky Military Treasures" Packet--High School
Old State Capitol Packet--Fourth and Fifth Grade
"A Kentucky Journey" Teacher's Guide
Kentucky Frontier Packet for Fourth and Fifth Grades
"Beyond the Log Cabin" Teacher's Guide
Attention Teachers! Please use these surveys to supplement your field trip experience or share your opinions with KHS!
Take this survey if you are a teacher whose class is preparing to visit the KHS history campus!
If you recently visited the history campus with your class, please take this survey.
For KHS to provide the programs and resources you need, we need your opinions.Click here to take the teacher needs assessment
Had a great trip, and want to test the knowledge your students gained? Student content knowledge: Test their knowledge here, or print a copy