Kid's Activity Guides

to the Vermont State-Owned Historic Sites

 

The Mount Independence museum was designed to look like a boat.  Do you see the rudder?

Mount Independence State Historic Site

Click here to download the HISTORY DETECTIVE SCAVENGER HUNT. Solve the mystery of what happened at Mount Independence during the Revolutionary War.

Click here to download the HISTORY MYSTERY. Solve these historical riddles.

 

Historic reenactors at the Hubbardton Battlefield.

Hubbardton Battlefield 

Click here to download the HISTORY MYSTERY. Solve these historical riddles about the only Revolutionary Battle to be fought in Vermont.

 

 

Bennington Battle Monument

Bennington Battle Monument

Explore the tallest structure in Vermont, and discover it's history.  Click here to download BENNINGTON BATTLE MONUMENT FILL-INS & SCAVENGER HUNT.

 

 

Museum staff at the Old Constitution House dressed in the styles of 1777.

Old Constitution House 
The year was 1777, and Vermont’s constitution was the first in the new nation to outlaw slavery, the first to give the right to vote to all men, and the first to provide public schools for all children. 

Click here to download the CONSTITUTION CROSSWORD PUZZLE.
Click here to download the CONSTITUTION FILL-INS

Justin Morrill's Strafford home.

Justin Morrill Homestead

Can you imagine a house that looks a bit like a lacy dress? Or a fancy dollhouse? Maybe you’ll have to see it to believe it!

Click here to download the MORRILL HOMESTEAD SCAVENGER HUNT.

 

Calvin Coolidge and a team of horses.

President Calvin Coolidge Historic Site 
Our thoroughly modern President Obama keeps in touch with us using utube and facebook. But he’s not the first modern President. Back in the 1920’s Vermonter Calvin Coolidge was breaking new ground too. He used a new invention – the radio - to talk to Americans.

Click on the following to download Calvin Coolidge activity guides:
            CROSSWORD PUZZLE
            HOMESTEAD TREASURE HUNT
            WILDER BARN TREASURE HUNT

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