The Mark Twain House Invites Teachers and Students to Participate in Educational Programs

The Mark Twain House Invites Teachers and Students to Participate in Educational Programs

The Mark Twain House & Museum invites Hartford students, grades 3-12, for FREE visits to learn about America’s greatest writer at his home in Hartford, which was named “one of the ten best historic homes in the world” by National Geographic. Visit the elegant Gilded Age mansion where Tom SawyerHuckleberry Finn and a Connecticut Yankee were written.  The Mark Twain House encourages you to bring your students to the museum for a meaningful educational experience. Visitors come each year from more than 70 countries. Come see why!
 
VISITING INFORMATION:
All Hartford Public School students visit FREE and can participate in any one of our Education Programs, also FREE to HPS students. The Mark Twain House can reimburse transportation costs up to $150 per bus (up to two buses).
Reservations need to be made 14 days in advance by contacting Grace Belanger at 860-280-3130,grace.belanger@marktwainhouse.org, or online at:  https://www.marktwainhouse.org/programs/field_trips.php
 
SCHOOL PROGRAMS:
Can’t come to the house? Invite Craig Hotchkiss, Education Manager, to bring an exciting program to your students. Contact Craig Hotchkiss at 860-280-3146 or craig.hotchkiss@marktwainhouse.org, or view program details here:
 
COMMON CORE STANDARDS:
Twain House programs and visits are designed to meet many of the Common Core Standards in Literacy; Reading for History/Social Studies; Writing; Speaking/Listening; and Language. For specific information regarding CCS, contact Craig Hotchkiss at 860-280-3146 or craig.hotchkiss@marktwainhouse.org.
 
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