A comprehensive overview of the Museum’s history, the new facility and permanent exhibit, I Hinanao-Ta Nu Manaotao Tåno’-I CHamoru Siha: The Journey of the CHamoru People. This document presents a brief history or the Museum from conception to fruition in 2016 for the Festival of Pacific Arts (FestPac) when it opened to the public. The facility’s architect, Andrew “Andy” Laguaña, shares inspiration for the Museum’s beautiful design. In this document teachers are given a map, discussion topics and an overview of the permanent exhibit.
A collection of activities created for young visitors to the Guam Museum’s permanent exhibit. The activities appear in order of grade-level, kindergarten – high school. They also vary in subject from math to art.
Download by grade-level here: Kindergarten
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- History 1
- History 2
- Language Arts 1
- Language Arts 2
- Math Part 1 and Math Part 2
- Social Studies
Please enjoy Guampedia’s educational materials on the Guam Museum’s permanent exhibit, I Hinanao-Ta Nu Manaotao Tåno’-I CHamoru Siha: The Journey of the CHamoru People.