Spy Craft Virtual Program

Distance Learning & School Tours

4th – 7th Grade, 1 hour
Explore the history of real spies who operated on Long Island during the Revolutionary War and learn their secret spy techniques. In this one-hour program, participants learn historic spy craft, including codes, ciphers and invisible ink, with five PDF activity sheets provided so learning and fun can continue long after the program. Led by Raynham Hall historian Claire Bellerjeau, students also hear the true stories of both British and American spies in the times of the Revolution, from Nathan Hale, Robert Townsend and the Culper Spy Ring to Major John André and Benedict Arnold.

This fall we’re pleased to offer these turnkey virtual programs, again! Each program is $4 per student, with no more than 2 classes per virtual program. Scholarships are available to Title 1 recipients, and offered on a first-come, first-served basis, so please contact us as soon as possible if your school qualifies for financial assistance.

Email Claire Bellerjeau at cbellerjeau@raynhamhallmuseum.org to schedule a program or for more information.