Digital resources for you to use with learners at home or in the classroom.
During the COVID-19 outbreak, the Molly Brown House Museum would like to help ease the burden on families and educators by providing free and low-cost resources that can be done in the classroom or the safety of your own home. Stay safe!
Monthly history-inspired storytime and activities for you to use with learners at home or in the classroom. Find them here.
Enjoy mini-history lessons and activities.
For the kid who loves history, these programs offer stories, lessons, hands-on activities, games, demonstrations and more.
Coloring Sheets, book suggestions, virtual tours, and more!
History @ Home: The program brings history alive at home! In these downloadable mini-lessons learn about Colorado’s history and then create, draw, and experiment in related activities. Recommended for grades 2nd-5th.
Suggested Reading: Looking for some new books about Margaret or her contemporaries? Check out this list put together in collaboration with Denver Public Library for grades K-8th. Did you know that DPL has thousands of books you can check out digitally? Look for some of these titles and more on the library’s website.
Wishing you could walk through history and see the features that make Margaret’s house special? Join us on a virtual tour that will not only let you experience the house restored to it’s 1910 splendor but also learn about the life of an amazing woman and her family.
Do you want to experience the Museum in a more in depth way than our basic virtual tour can provide? With extra information on specific objects, the Browns, and the house restoration, our 360 TourScape virtual tour is a great option available on your computer for a small fee.