The Museum provides FREE classroom lessons, resources, and activities that support traditional curriculum. Ranging in subjects, lesson plans include primary documents and step-by-step instructions for implementing activities in your classroom.
The International Spy Museum created these lesson plans and activities to support student understanding of the role that intelligence played leading up to, during, and following the events of September 11, 2001.
This companion Educator Guide to the International Spy Museum's traveling exhibit provides educators with a tool to examine the history of terrorism in America and its past, present, and future implications.
The Museum’s newest exhibition Exquisitely Evil: 50 Years of James Bond Villains inspired this collection of classroom activity ideas ranging from the exploration of spy fiction to discovering how Bond villains are reflective of the fears and threats of their historic time period.