Our resources provide a great supplement to your home school, classroom, library, and museum learning activities year round. The visual history recorded by stamps from around the world enriches and supports the Common Core requirements. Postage stamps can be integrated into all disciplines: history, art, language arts, math, geography, and others. Each student can hold, touch, investigate, learn, and keep every stamp we supply. Please check our List of Lessons to learn ways you can integrate stamps into your learning environment. Students love learning with stamps!
Don't miss the fun!
Plan on making the Postal History Foundation a field trip destination any time of the year. Our fun, educational field trips are the best value in town at only $2 per student. Teachers and chaperones are free. We plan the field trip around your requirements for your students. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the online request form on the panel to the right.
George Washington - grade 4+
Independence Day, July 4th - grade 3+
Stars and Stripes - grade 3+
Edgar Allan Poe - grade 3+
Smokey Bear - grade 3+
2015 grand winner Joshua Baca, senior at Ironwood Ridge H.S.
The detailed sihouettes of Joshua's design pay homage to the diversity of the people who have lived in Tucson throughout history. Also included are images of the mission, mountains and saguaros, the city, a monsoon storm, the train, and the vibrant Arizona flag.
Six other entries were selected for cachet designs on envelopes.The top fifteen winning entries can be viewed at the Postal History Foundation for several months. We are open 8am to 3pm Mondays thru Fridays.
To order stamps and cachets with these fantastic and memorable designs, call us, drop by, or click on the order form below and mail it in. 520-623-6652 x 102 or email@example.com