Online Resources for Grades 6-12
Resources for Grades Six through Twelve
The Rubenstein Center for White House History offers a wide variety of educational resources for learners of all ages. Content includes classroom resource packets, reading lists, virtual tours of the White House, short educational videos, historical essays, and a digital library of White House and presidential images. More content will be added, and we would appreciate hearing from you about what resources might be valuable in the days ahead.
Below find educational resources specifically for learners in the 6th grade through the 12th grade.
Slavery in the President's Neighborhood
Digital Notebooks: White House 360 Tour & Video Tour
Created by the White House Historical Association to assist students and teachers using “The White House: A Video Tour” and “The White House 360 Virtual Tour” in their classrooms, the below digital notebooks are accessible even if students are learning in a virtual, in-person, or hybrid format. These materials will accompany students on their journey through these tours. The notebooks feature vocabulary, reflection questions, and other activities to encourage students to deepen understandings and create meaning in their exploration of the "People's House."
Research the White House
Visit our Digital Library
Young Voices Talk White House History
Our Podcast Featuring Young White House History Enthusiasts