Teacher Resources

Find the perfect guide to complement your elementary or middle school lesson plans. Our Educator Guides can help turn your next group visit into an educational experience to remember.

Online Resources
There are many resources to access online when looking for information about Japan. Listed here are local performers and organizations eager to share their talents and knowledge with area students. Several websites are listed to assist educators and students to acquire current information on Japan.
Outreach programs are designed to promote understanding of Japanese culture through hands-on activities, presentations and interactive discussions tailored to meet the needs of your students. If you don't see your interest listed, please contact the Education Department directly and a program will be developed for your school, business, or organization. Read more.

Our Teacher's Resource Packets are available here for download. For consultation, please schedule an appointment, call 561-495-0233 x218. For Tour Information click here.


JTEC Guide
Based on the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards, the Japan Through the Eyes of a Child Educator's Guide provides essential information for elementary teachers planning to bring students to visit the unique exhibit of daily life in Japan.

Yamato Colony Guide
This educator's guide offers the elementary or middle school teacher lesson plans to complement the Yamato Colony pictorial exhibit that details the Japanese farming community that existed here during the early to mid 1900s.