Children’s Room at the Carnegie Center

Please Note: The Children’s Center is closed until February 14, 2023.

2022 Children’s Programming

Our Children’s Room is open for small groups, home schoolers, and school groups by appointment.

For information, scheduling, and pricing for any of these programs, contact Jenn McManamon, Children’s Education & Curriculum Coordinator at [email protected]


Registration is required for these one-week camps  designed for students in Grades K – 5. Avoid the summer slump and join us for some summer fun while learning a lot, too! Camp days are jam packed with walking field trips, outdoor activities, local history lessons, and so much more.  Please note: the same curriculum will be taught both weeks.  Dates to be announced.

Trips for Schools & Organizations

Field trips may be scheduled during the school year for various classes or organizations.  Our field trips offer an interactive museum experience for students. Interesting artifacts and exhibits are highlighted offering a unique learning opportunity.

Saturday Fall Classes: To Be Determined

These classes are designed for students in grades 1 – 5. Each class teaches different concepts revolving around the history of Lorain and beyond, with unique lessons, projects, and experiments for small groups.  Sign up for 1, 2, or 3 classes and hang out with us on a Satuday morning!

Virtual Lessons

5 Virtual Google Slide lessons are available for purchase to use throughout the school year.  Lessons are aligned with Ohio learning standards and have various cross-curricular components. These lessons are easy to use and are a great auxilliary tool for classroom teaching and learning.  Lessons can be purchased individually or as a set, and are suitable for grades 1 – 5.

Preschool Plus Sessions: To Be Determined

These sessions will take place throughout the school year on scheduled Wednesdays. Potty trained preschoolers will enjoy playing in our interactive Children’s Center.  This is a great program to enhance the development of preschool skills and begin Kindergarten readiness.  This program is designed to support social/emotional skills and early childhood development.

Join us for our LHS KIDS programs!

Our programs are aligned with the state of Ohio learning standards.  LHS KIDS lessons are rooted in the themes and history of the City of Lorain, but can be applied to learning everywhere. All programs will be held at the Carnegie Center, located at 329 W. 10th St., Lorain.

Do you receive our LHS KIDS e-newsletter?  We can add you to our e-mailing list! Just send us your contact information to: [email protected]

For more information: Jenn McGee-McManamon, Children’s Education & Curriculum Coordinator: [email protected]


HER story made HIStory!

Who was Toni Morrison and why is she such an important person for us to know?

Learn more about ‘America’s Greatest Storyteller’ with this free lesson about her life and accomplishments…

The link to the free Toni Morrison lesson (above) is a sample format of our series of  children’s virtual lessons. 

If you like what you see and are interested in purchasing others, you can select individual lessons for $15.00 each or pay $60.00 for all 5 lessons—a savings of $15.00.

For more information, contact Jenn McManamon, Children’s Education & Curriculum Coordinator.

Jenn McManamon


[email protected]