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Colonial Williamsburg provides many educational resources for homeschoolers. Before you go, check out the following–

Lesson Plans
Lesson plans familiarize students with the people and issues of 18th-century Williamsburg. The interdisciplinary plans provide a thought-provoking introduction to the lives and interests of the people that students will meet during their visit.

Teacher Resources
Colonial Williamsburg provides extensive resources for teachers (including homeschool teachers) and students, sharing early American history resources and methods.

Tour the Town
Take a virtual tour of Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Area and learn about the major exhibition buildings. Get the lay of the land before you arrive.

Kids Zone
Students will enjoy interactive games and activities in the Kids Zone—where they’ll learn about life in colonial America.

To plan a trip or make reservations, call 1-800-280-8039 or visit the Colonial Williamsburg web site. Colonial Williamsburg offers exclusive pricing for homeschoolers year-round.

Or, if you can’t visit in person, check out Colonial Williamsburg virtually.

Colonial Williamsburg–both educational and fun–and fun learning is forever learning.

Ann Simpson

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