Each week, we travel through time with your Little Historian to investigate the lives, customs and beliefs of people who have called Kentucky home throughout its rich history. We use artifacts and images in our collections to challenge your Little Historian to explore, think and create. New weekly topics and hands-on activities help your 3- to 5-year-old develop skills that are critical to classroom success and becoming a lifelong lover of history.
Ideal for ages 3-5.
$10 for first student with an additional $5 per additional student; $5 per child for members.
Registration Required. Space is limited.
Little Historians: Kentucky Inventors
Kentuckians are inventors and this week, your Little Historian will be, too.
Little Historians: Digging into History
Your Little Historian turns archaeologist this week uncovering long-lost artifacts.
Little Historians: Exploring Kentucky
Does your Little Historian have the skills and bravery to explore with the likes of Daniel Boone and George Rogers Clark?
Little Historians: Spooky Storytelling
Your Little Historian will become a storyteller as we celebrate one of Kentucky's oldest traditions.
Little Historians: Goofy Graveyard
What types of creatures called Kentucky home long before we did? Learn this week.
Little Historians: Thankful for Community
This week, your Little Historian gets to think about being community members and helping to make the community better.
Little Historians: Thankful for Family
Little Historians will learn about family trees and family dynamics.
Little Historians: All Aboard!
Let's time travel on one of Kentucky's oldest forms of transportation.
Little Historians: Rockin’ Around the Museum
Let's explore different instruments Kentucky families use during the holiday season and compare their musical traditions to those of people from other cultures.