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Educational Programs

The Historic Stranahan House Museum is the oldest and most historically significant home in Broward County. Stranahan House provides interactive and hands-on educational programs that fulfill the curriculum requirements for Broward County school children. With a focus on the 4th grade history requirement, Stranahan House programs can be tailored to meet the needs of students in Kindergarten through 12th grade.

The goals of the Historic Stranahan House Museum Virtual Education Program are as follows:

  • Support educators in fulfilling curriculum requirements for students of all grade levels.
  • Introduce students to historical figures and focusing on themes that include civics, social studies, environmental concerns, Native American cultures, among others.
  • Adapt to new teaching techniques including virtual learning and online field trips.

Topics explored include, but are not limited to the following. Click here to view the Sunshine State Standards our programs cover for students from kindergarten through 12th grade:

  • Local, State, and National History
  • Vocabulary/Etymology
  • Social Studies/Civics
  • Horticulture/Agriculture
  • Literature
  • Geography
  • Native American History and Culture
  • Environmental Conservation
  • Character Building

The Historic Stranahan House Museum team continues to provide valuable educational programs for students of all ages. Programs are provided in-person or virtually. All programs are conducted live and are interactive to engage and educate students. Every program can be modified to meet the specific needs of each class. Click here to see the full educational programs brochure.

 For more information or to schedule your school, homeschool, or group, contact:
Jonathan Axler, Programs, and Education Coordinator
[email protected]
954.524-4736

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