Titanic Museum is offering three programs virtually for students in kindergarten through 8th grade. The links for the programs will be sent to participating classrooms on Feb. 14. Programs will remain watchable Feb. 17 – March 10.

“ABC” is a 20-minute virtual production where a costumed crew member will deliver facts about the ship and the passengers for every letter of the alphabet. Additionally, students will learn 1912 etiquette such as how to salute, curtsy and bow as a show of respect. This program is for kindergarten through 3rd grade.

“Voices” is a virtual readers’ theatre-style program led by costumed crew members portraying passengers who sailed on the ship in 1912. Students will hear passengers’ stories of courage, hope and resilience. The program is designed for students from 4th through 8th grade.

“Voices of the Children” – like “Voices” – will tell passengers’ stories. The 15-minute program will focus on children who sailed on the ship and survived.

To learn more, visit the Titanic Literacy Programs webpage. Complete the Titanic Museum Attraction Literacy Program 2023 registration form to sign up. The registration deadline is Feb. 10.