Educational Resources for Teachers
The links below will provide you with fun handouts and resources for your students. These can be used to prepare students for a trip to Historic RittenhouseTown or to review what they have already learned.
Printable PDF Worksheets & Resources
1. CONNECT THE DOTS: Create an early Rittenhouse watermark
2. WORD SEARCH: Read a brief history of RittenhouseTown and find the underlined words in the word search
3. VOCABULARY MATCHING WORKSHEET: Teach your students a set of new words that relate to papermaking and everyday life at RittenhouseTown. Use THIS HANDOUT to introduce the words and the VOCABULARY MATCHING WORKSHEET to test or review them with your students. This worksheet is recommended for students 3rd grade and above.
THE RITTENHOUSE MILL AND THE BEGINNINGS OF PAPERMAKING IN AMERICA:
A CONCISE HISTORY OF RITTENHOUSETOWN BY JAMES GREEN: This booklet is for middle school and high school students as well as adults.
For more information about Historic RittenhouseTown's education program or date availability, please contact:
Director of Education and Program Development
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