The South Carolina Historical Society Museum has great news for parents who are looking for free, educational activities for kids while schools are closed due to COVD19.
- Carolina Foodways
- Learn about the history of food, agriculture and farming in South Carolina, with hands-on activities like making butter like our Colonial ancestors using ingredients already in your kitchen! There are also videos, coloring pages, historic recipes to try at home, and more.
- The Life of a Colonial Sailor
- Communication throughout S.C. History: How did people communicate in Colonial South Carolina? Learn about writing with Quills, check out 100-year-old letters from our ancestors, and write your own letter to send to relatives.
- Arts and Culture: Learn more about famous South Carolina artists like watercolor painter Alice Ravenel Huger Smith, and create your own artwork at home.
- And you can search #MuseumFromHome on social media to find more activities from museums around the world!
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