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This teacher's guide was created to support the exhibit that celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Sister City relationship between Salt Lake City, Utah and Matsumoto, Japan.
In addition to documenting the Mormon Trail Wagon Train reenactment, visitors can find lesson plans and stories of the children who experienced the trek over 150 years ago.
Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States.
This K-12 curriculum was developed to teach students about the culture and customs of the earliest inhabitants of our state.
The joining of the rails at Promontory Summit on May 10, 1869, marked the beginning of a new era for the nation, the West, and for Utah. These resources help us understand the many ways the railroad transformed life in Utah.
Resources to help you learn about the United States and Utah flag as well as flag etiquette, flag related lesson plans and student activities.
These Utah related lesson plans were created in 1996 to help educators and students celebrate 100 years of statehood.
These lessons will provide an understanding of the ways in which geography, history, culture, and tradition have made Utah such a unique and fascinating place to live.
A project designed to give educators, students and the general public ready access to digital collections of Utah-related information and media items, about the history, culture, geography, and landforms of the state.
This colorful and informative web site explores Utah's 29 counties. You will find interesting facts, photos, and links for each Utah county.
This Utah Counties WebQuest puts you in charge of the family vacation.
A college and career planning website that helps students identify interests, explore occupations, discover schools and strengthen skills.
The Utah History Encyclopedia is the first complete history of Utah in encyclopedia form, consisting of 575 articles and over 200 historic photographs.
Utah has some excellent museums all over the state and here is a list of of their web sites.
Learn about Utah's 5 National Parks, submit a story about one of the parks, play games, or find resources for educators.