Immigration Past and Present, Grades 2-5

Live Virtual Tours for Kids


Monday, March 8, 2021
4 – 5 pm
Zoom, Virtual program

Families with kids in grades 2 – 5 are invited to register for this live virtual tour led by a Jewish Museum educator over Zoom. Art can offer illuminating perspectives on the experiences of immigrants by focusing on themes such as assimilation and collective identity. Through close looking and discussion, students reflect upon the personal and communal experience of immigration and make connections between historical movements and contemporary issues. The tour will include a mix of discussion and activities that can be done using materials found at home.

A Zoom link will be sent to you one day prior to the program.

$10 per session 

Raphael Soyer, Dancing Lesson, 1926. © Estate of Raphael Soyer. Gift of the Renee and Chaim Gross Foundation.

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