The TGA Culture Box Program:
An Educational Resource for Educators and Community Leaders
Housed at Eisenhower International School in Tulsa, the Culture Box Program allows area teachers and community leaders to check out culture boxes—now representing more than 40 countries, regions, and cultures.
A great addition to any classroom presentation or educational setting, the TGA Culture Box Program is celebrating nearly 25 years of service to educators and community organizations!
Use the TGA Culture Boxes to:
Enhance language skills
Strengthen geography skills
Increase social studies skills
Introduce diversity awareness
Complement natural science studies
Photos from "World in a Box" Day!
(A TGA Culture Box Program)
Thank you, Tulsa City-County Library for hosting!
The boxes can be checked out by any group or organization on a two-week basis.
Tulsa Public School classrooms may check out the boxes complimentary. All other users are charged a $15 fee per box to help with box maintenance.
The boxes promote critical thinking skills among students, and provide ample learning aids for visual, auditory, and tactile learners.
A typical box might include clothing, games, videos, books, toys, musical instruments, and other artifacts from around the globe, enabling students to immerse themselves in elements of other cultures.
Pre-K lessons and craft resources are also available.
Many boxes contain curriculum to aid in classroom presentations.
On average, more than 6,000 people annually participate in a culture box learning experience.
Organizations that typically check out culture boxes include libraries, schools, camps, and scout troops.
Countries (& Regions):
Czechs and Slovaks
For more information, call TGA at 918.594.8299