Five Oaks Museum is proud to be a valued local resource for educational materials based in community voices for K-12, college, and adult learners. View our Values-Based Learning Philosophy here.
The museum building is currently closed during the ongoing pandemic and all field trips, group tours, and class visits at the museum are unavailable during the 2021-22 school year. These visits are one of our greatest joys and we look forward to the day we can welcome learners to the museum again. In the meantime, check out our downloadable learning materials, virtual class visits, Museum at (Our Place) mini exhibitions, and adult presentations.
Bring the community voices from our guest curated exhibitions into your classroom (or living room!) setting with our downloadable learning materials. All materials are offered on a sliding scale cost.
Follow the stories of Hawaiians in the Pacific Northwest, from early travelers to contemporary artists, in these teaching posters for middle, high school and college students. Elementary educators may select sections of these materials to include Hawaiian perspectives in their Oregon history studies. Available in English and Spanish.Read More
Class Visits and Presentations
To arrange an hour-long adult presentation (virtual or in person options), please contact email@example.com
Class visits are currently on summer break!
Museum at (Our Place)
Museum at (Our Place) is an opportunity to bring an outdoor mini-exhibition to your school or neighborhood as a set of 10 colorful, waterproof yard signs.
Each M(OP) kit is available for $300. Reduced cost and free options are available as needed. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get your M(OP) kit.
On May 19, 2016, over 1,000 students staged a walkout in response to racially-charged incidents at Forest Grove High School in Oregon. A new chapter in the history of Ethnic Studies may well have started at Forest Grove High School. Museo Ambulante /Museum at (Our Place) Kits include 10 yard signs with QR codes to learn more about the artwork and images.Read More
The Community Gallery highlights exciting, ongoing work of regional students and educators in interpreting history, culture, and art. We welcome proposals for student-curated exhibitions and displays of student work which investigate the implications, ethics, and methods of how history, culture, and/or art is interpreted. Contact email@example.com to learn more.