The Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum offers a variety of educational materials for use by educators. The museum’s resources are free and open for public use.
The Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum currently offers the following worksheets that can be completed while visiting the museum. Note: To receive these worksheets, please contact the museum staff in advance. Pencils will not be provided, but may be purchased in the Museum Store.
Museum Scavenger Hunts can be completed in the museum’s exhibit area.
- Photo Scavenger Hunt (K-2)
- Compare and Contrast Scavenger Hunt (3-5)
- World War II Scavenger Hunt (6-12)
The following activities can be completed while at the museum or at your own convenience.
Field Trip Activities
The Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum is pleased to present the following activity booklets. These booklets are intended, but are not exclusively, to be used as a resource to prepare students and follow up with students after visiting the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum, including a tour of the submarine USS Razorback (SS 394).
Educator Activity Booklet is a booklet that introduces students to what submarines are and how they work. There are four main subject areas covered: English Language Arts, Math, Science, and Geography for Kindergarten through 12th Grade.
Water Exploration Booklet includes activities designed to be included with educators’ geography lesson plans. These activities can be used by educators throughout the continental United States for students Kindergarten through 12th Grade.
Arkansas PBS’ Rise and Shine Field Trip Series: Join Joseph R. Mathis for a tour of the USS Razorback. Learn what life was like for the dozens of soldiers who were crammed into these close quarters while on war missions and learn about some of the USS Razorback’s successes during World War II. View the video below.
All Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum lesson plans have been designed to meet specific Arkansas curriculum standards and may be downloaded and reproduced without restriction.