The International Spy Museum offers a variety of lesson plans, activities, and resources for classroom use. From the Civil War to 9/11 and beyond, these free, downloadable publications and resources give you ready-to-use ideas and activities as well as materials to bring SPY to life 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.
Quick…when you think “spy” what pops into your mind? Most people would answer “Bond…James Bond.” And that’s why the International Spy Museum chose to focus on 007 in its newest exhibition, Exquisitely Evil: 50 Years of Bond Villains. Here are some suggestions for how to integrate the content of the exhibition into your classroom.