Due to our “Aunt Tilde” retiring, we do not have this program at this time.
In this forty minute play, the character of Aunt Tilde educates children on the products, animals, natural history and resources and history of Louisiana, including the Battle of New Orleans. This program coordinates with the state’s 3rd grade curriculum. All of the products discussed in the “Aunt Tilde” program are represented in the museum’s rotunda exhibits.
Elementary classes can book a performance of the “Aunt Tilde” program any weekday between 9am and 3pm. Performances are offered free of charge to schools, church groups and summer camps. Contact Cindy Grogan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 318-632-2020 to schedule a performance.
Other Educational Opportunities
- Tours of the museum are free. For more information, click here.
- Below are linked both the answer keys and blank versions of two scavenger hunts of museum. These can be printed by teachers prior to a visit. Museum staff are happy to help students complete scavenger hunts. Please contact Cindy Grogan at email@example.com or 318-632-2020 prior to bringing a scavenger hunt group to the museum.
LSEM Scavenger Hunt- Version 1
LSEM Scavenger Hunt- Version 1- Answer Key
LSEM Scavenger Hunt- Version 2
LSEM Scavenger Hunt- Version 2- Answer Key
- To access lesson plans produced by museum staff and volunteers, please see each individual collection page. Lesson plans are specified by collection type. Some of our best lesson plans can be found on the following collection pages: Mississippi Migratory Waterfowl, The Caddo Nation, and the Battle of New Orleans.