Virtual School Tours
While the Museum is not accepting in-person tours, we’re converting several of our most popular school tours into virtual learning resources for teachers and families that support grade-level curricula! Find video tours, supplemental art projects and expert resources for a complete lesson plan.
These free, curriculum-aligned videos are designed for use in a variety of learning settings and will be broken into short segments to use as you would like. All we ask is that you provide some basic information about yourself and your classroom so we can continue to offer important virtual opportunities like this one. After completing a short form, a link to the materials will be sent to your e-mail address automatically!
Dia de los Muertos
In this tour you’ll find:
- Video: Dia de los Muertos and Artworks of Remembrance with Director of Education Mary Mix
- Video: Paper Flowers and Honoring the Dead with Gloria Harris and Carly Nichols
- Video: The Meaning and History of Sugar Skulls with Dinorah Peters and Family
- Video: Step by Step, How to Build an Ofrenda with Bev Stevens
- Video: Oaxacan Ofrendas with Leonel Rosario
- Video: Jarabe Mixteco Dance with Folk Artists Leonel Rosario and Dolores Alvarado
- Online Games: Ofrenda Word Seach, Spanish Vocabulary Matching Game
- Art Activity Instructions: Mexican Paper Flowers
- Art Activity Instructions: Sugar Skull Collage
- Additional expert resource links
Click to request access
More tours coming soon!
- 4th Grade Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) – To be released end of November
- Kindergarten – To be released in January
- 2nd Grade Westward Expansion – To be released mid-February
- 2nd Grade Architecture Tour – To be released in April
Contact Ann Recotta, Education and Volunteer Programs Coordinator