Passport to Learning Shelburn Museum (VT)

Pack your bags for an educational adventure at Shelburne Museum!
Passport to Learning is an exciting series of ten interactive workshops for students in grades K-8 that meet educational standards from Vermont’s Framework of Standards and Grade Expectations/Common Core State Standards and introduces students to concepts and themes in art, language arts, math, science, and social studies through a facilitated exploration of Shelburne Museum.
$5 per student and per parent/chaperone. Staff are admitted free. To register, please call Maggie Lisman, Academic Programs Coordinator at (802) 985-3346, x3395 or click the registration button below.
We offer Passport to Learning each spring and fall. We are currently accepting reservations for May 11-June 12, 2015.  Workshops run concurrently from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The last workshop session of the day begins at 1:30 p.m.

NEW! See What I See!
Apply the techniques of Walter Wick to create your own hidden objects. Explore the visual creativity of Walter Wick’s “I Spy” and “Can You See What I See” in the special exhibition Walter Wick: Games, Gizmos, and Toys in the Attic. Click here for more information.
New! A Day in the Life
Travel back in time to learn about everyday life in early Vermont. 
New! Predator-Prey
Everybody is somebody’s lunch! Come play a game to learn about predator-prey relationships. Click here for more information.
Brain vs. Brawn
Discover how pulleys can help load cargo on the Ti. 
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Addison County Spelling Bee
How well can you spell? Take part in a traditional spelling bee. 
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Shop 'til You Drop
Barter for local food and imported goods. 
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You Be the Judge
Decide which petty criminals should stand trial.
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Flower Power
Come dissect and create your own flower to learn about their parts and function! 
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Train Tracking
Send and receive Morse Code messages.
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Call to Order
Using actual meeting agendas from the late 19th century, students vote on elections and motions as they learn about the history of Vermont's Town Meeting Day. 
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