The Pearl S. Buck House is where East Meets West, and educators are presented with opportunities to enhance students’ learning experience while meeting state academic standards. A variety of downloadable resources for use in your classroom are organized by subject matter area. Ideal for use as pre and post visit activities to help enhance students' visit to the Pearl S. Buck House National Historic Landmark. Click here to view them all!
If you are unable to download any of these materials from our website, please e-mail us at email@example.com and a packet of materials will be sent to you.
The Pearl S. Buck House offers a multicultural learning experience where students will meet state academic standards in Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening, PA History, US History, World History, Math, and Science.
Bring the life and legacy of Pearl S. Buck into your classroom through one of our exciting outreach programs! Each program allows students to explore the themes of humanitarianism and multiculturalism while fulfilling PA academic standards in language arts, geography, and history.
Home School Days
Thursday, October 16, 9am-12pm
Learning about Other Cultures
Students will participate in hands-on activities and projects as they learn about the culture and history of China.
Thursday, November 20, 9am-12pm
Students will learn how to analyze primary sources as they explore documents, images, and artifacts from our archives.
Contact Erika Sands, Pearl S. Buck House Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your group for our Home School Day program.