Working and schooling at home can make for some trying times. Although the General Lew Wallace Study & Museum is currently closed to comply with health requirements during the COVID-19 pandemic, Museum staff are still working. Knowing that many of our visitors are fourth grade students and homeschoolers, we have developed a worksheet activity book to provide material for parents and educators.
Lew Wallace Worksheet Activity Book Download
Our Lew Wallace Worksheet Activity Book includes a crossword puzzle, a word search, and eleven coloring pages. We hope to add more resources over time. Wanting to make this resource available quickly, we have chosen to post the activity book in separate worksheet downloads, as well as a ZIP file download with all worksheet PDFs.
Individual Worksheet Downloads
If you would prefer to download individual files, you may do so here:
A coloring sheet of Lew Wallace’s portrait early in the Civil War.
A crossword puzzle all about Lew Wallace.
Especially for younger students, a simple coloring page of the General Lew Wallace Study & Museum logo.
A coloring page designed from a photograph of the Study in the fall.
A coloring page of the stained glass windows in the Study Inglenook.
A coloring page of the Lew Wallace statue in Statuary Hall, Washington, D.C. Original image courtesy of the National Archives/Library of Congress.
A coloring page of the Study in springtime with the magnolia trees in blossom.
A coloring page of the Study interior east wall, including The Turkish Princess painting.
A coloring page of the Study skylight stained glass.
A coloring page of the Tiffany clock inside the Study.
A word search using words from Lew Wallace’s life.
A coloring page of another external view of General Lew Wallace’s Study.
Worksheet and Resource Suggestions
We Welcome any and all feedback on these resources. If there are resources you need but can’t find on our website, please let us know either in a comment or by emailing us, and we will do what we can to address your need.
Although we are not able to give in-person tours, we want to provide as much information as possible and provide a great virtual experience. We hope to add additional resources as our stay-at-home orders continue, and we would love to hear your suggestions for content you would like to see.
Stay at home and stay safe and healthy.