History at Home

Welcome to the Seaford Historical Society!

Since you can’t visit us with your class, we thought that we’d meet you online. Here are some lessons and activities that will help you learn about and preserve the history of our town. We will add new items regularly, so check back weekly!

Multi-Age

The Art of Quarantine A PROJECT FOR ALL AGES – GROWNUPS, TOO!

Go to our SEAFORD GALLERY to see the latest submissions.

The History of Toilet Paper A timely video from The History Channel

Primary Grades

Color Ross Mansion 

Connect Dots Slave Quarter 

Ross Word Search 

Postcards (NEW 5/3)

What Is It? #1

What Is It? #2

What Is It #3

Make a Time Capsule

Did you finish these? Tell us that you’d like more by sending an email to admin@seafordhistoricalsociety.com 

Intermediate Grades

What is It? #1

What is It? #2

What Is It? #3 (NEW 5/1)

Seaford, Maryland? 

Learning from Maps (New 5/14)

Be a Surveyor’s Helper (multiplication and division)

Make a Time Capsule

Did you finish these? Tell us that you’d like more by sending an email to admin@seafordhistoricalsociety.com 

Secondary Grades

Transportation Innovation

Seaford: Nylon Capital of the World

Seaford Census Data 

Lincoln Letter (content for advanced readers)

Time Capsule 1: Speaking to the Future

Time Capsule 2: Touching the Future’s Past

Did you finish these? Tell us that you’d like more by sending an email to admin@seafordhistoricalsociety.com 

 

Message for Parents and Teachers

  • If you have ideas for other lessons regarding Seaford History, please send us an email at admin@seafordhistoricalsociety.com 
  • If you would like to donate work samples from these lessons to the Seaford Museum, please note the following:
    • Parent permission is required for the Seaford Historical Society to take possession of any work by students under the age of 18.
    • The Seaford Historical Society retains the right to use electronic submissions, in whole or part, for any promotional or exhibit purposes.
    • The Seaford Historical Society will be the sole owner of any donated physical objects and may use them for any purpose.

Governor Ross Mansion and Plantation

CLOSED until further notice

Seaford Museum

1:00 – 4:00 pm FRIDAYS only

Society Business Office Hours

10:00 am – 4:00 pm Tuesday – Friday