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History Take-Out

Rent one of our popular History Take Out kits to use remotely or in your school. Through objects, photographs and a large walk-on map of the state, students will uncover the “footprint” various cultures and industries left behind.

This resource is best for preschool through fifth grade. The program is offered by educators at History Colorado museums and dozens of partners around the state.

If you are interested in a History Take Out but not in the Denver metro area, find a History Take Out partner near you! For questions email reservations@state.co.us.

Reservations

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Denver Metro

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Cost: $75 for the first class (maximum 30 students), $60 each additional class. Financial assistance is available for Title I schools. Additional travel fees may apply. 

*The Ute Knowledge program currently has additional funding to help cover this program's cost. This year, this program will be FREE.* 

Pueblo

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Fort Garland

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Trinidad

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Montrose

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Other communities

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History Take-Out is available to schools throughout the state thanks to our partners! Call 303/866-2320 or visit our History Take-Out map at h-co.org/educationmap to find a program partner near you.

Cancellation notice of 3 weeks is required for all programs to receive a full refund. Cancellations with less than 3 weeks notice are non-refundable but may be rescheduled within a 12-month period. If the classroom program is cancelled due to inclement weather, schools will be given the opportunity to reschedule if possible or the payment will be returned in full.

Moving Day: Colorado’s Migration Story

Students will explore the movement of people across Colorado from prehistory to 1870. By examining community groups, like the Ancestral Puebloans, Mountain Men, Miners, Utes, Plains Indians and Hispanos, students will discover how each group has contributed and influenced life today in Colorado.

Pre-visit material will prepare students for this journey, while post-visit material will synthesize and expand their knowledge.

Western Work: Colorado Industries of the Past

Through objects, photographs and role-playing activities, students will become “entrepreneurs” in some of Colorado’s most important industries. Western Work meets economic, history and geography standards and encourages students to explore natural, capital and human resources through a historical lens.

Pre-visit material will prepare students for this journey, while post-visit material will synthesize and expand their knowledge.

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Ute Knowledge: Colorado’s Original Scientists

Students investigate how the Ute Indians used science, technology, engineering and math to survive and thrive in the Rocky Mountains. By testing materials, they’ll see how Ute people solved problems in the past and still do today. The program meets history, math and science standards.

Centennial State: Giant Map of Colorado

Students enhance their spatial thinking through games, physical movement, map reading, and cultural understanding of our state all while on an oversized map of Colorado. Bring geography to life with the use of the Giant Map of Colorado!