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Washington D.C

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Integrating a class trip to Washington D.C with your curriculum boosts buy-in from both your school board and the community at large. Many of our France programs' top activities pitch in with amazing and free lesson plans, classroom projects and educational resources too. Instead of spending all your time researching them, we've done the leg work for you and collected them all below :) 

U.S Capitol Visitor Center

What is a biography? What can we learn from primary source documents? Just some of the great topics covered in the lesson plans available through the U.S Capitol Visitor Center. 
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International Spy Museum

From international relations to counter-terrorism to... James Bond?! All this and more is covered in the multimedia lesson plan available at the International Spy Museum. 
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U.S Holocaust Memorial Museum

The resources available through the U.S Holocaust Memorial Museum dive deep into the themes that tell this tragic but important story. Subjects include immigration, media and propaganda. 

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The National Air & Space Museum

Here is a hub for activities, plans and primary sources related to flight and the four forces behind it. There's also an amazing STEM-themed lecture archive. 
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The National Museum of Natural History

The museum offers an amazing series of lesson plans specifically designed for field trips, including post-trip follow-up activities like this human evolution workshop. 
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Why Jumpstreet?

Jumpstreet gets rave reviews all-around. We were pleased with the level of knowledge the tour leaders had, the great food that was served, and the many things we learned. We were very pleased with the hotel accommodations!

Paula, Technology Coach
Rhode Island
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