Children's History Programs
History becomes alive in our LHS Kids discovery room. For more information on all of our programs designed for children please contact our curriculum director at email@example.com.
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Lorain Black History Project
Works to appreciate and memorialize the Black influence by delving into both Lorain's history and the history of Black focused communities.
Teaching Lorain Initiative
The Teaching Lorain Institute is a professional development program for any K – 12 educator interested in connecting his or her students to Lorain’s history, public policy, economics, and youth engagement.
We offer both Spring break and Summer camps for kids in grades K-5. These camps are jam packed with activities, games, local history lessons, and so much more! Camps run Monday through Friday 10:00am - 2:00pm and include lunch.
Spring Camp: April 1st - 5th
Summer Camps: June 10th - 14th and July 15th - 19th
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.
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.
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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.