K-12 Teachers

Reynolda’s art, nature, and history offer a wide variety of learning opportunities and curricular connections for your students. Whether you prefer to bring the magic of learning about art to your classroom or bring your students to us, we have resources for you both online and in-person.

Explore the K-12 educational resources below to further your students’ connection with our collection and get creative at Reynolda and in the classroom.

Online Resources

Find a range of art activities inspired by Reynolda’s history, collections, and temporary exhibitions.

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Reynolda curators and staff will take you on a deep dive of one work of art or one story from our history.

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Youth & Family Events

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A child holds up a pink and blue print.
Sep22

Ongoing, 10:00am

Homeschool students and teachers are invited to visit the estate for art and history-based learning.

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A woman with a children's storybook open reads to a group outdoors.
Sep24

Ongoing, 10:00am

Reynolda Read-Alouds are a wonderful way to nurture your child’s imagination and prepare them for reading.

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From the Archives
From the 1910s until the late 1950s, Five Row was a segregated community for African American estate employees and their families.
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