LIVING HISTORY

IN YOUR CLASSROOM

Choose from TWO OPTIONS!

Which is best for you and your Classroom?

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We would like to thank you for Marye Bucke's extraordinary presentation. She transported us

right pack into the past

and fascinated us

with her broad knowledge

and fun interaction.

My Students were mesmerized by her stories!

We thoroughly enjoyed the history presentation of Marye Bucke.

She is so interesting, 

so informed, and so funny! 

We all loved when she spoke

in the 17th century dialect.

She is the BEST

Historic Interpreter

I have ever seen.

We absolutely enjoyed

"stepping back in time"

 with Marye Bucke.

She is profoundly entertaining and extremely knowledgeble.

This is the most affective way to teach history! 

She brought History to Life

in my Classroom.

OPTION 1: CUSTOM PROGRAM

PRIVATE SESSION

JUST YOUR CLASSROOM!

YOU set the date and time!

YOU choose your topics!

YOU have secure access to your video for 7 days!

Custom Programs include:

  * Live Interactive Storytelling!

  * Historically accurate Clothing!

  * Authentic Dialect of Early Modern English!

  * Dynamic Images and Animations!

  * All Preparatory Materials!

  * Hot Topic Questions!

  * Interactive Q&A with your Students!

  * Online Review Materials and Quizes!

the MOST INTERACTION for YOUR students!

There is a fee of $15/student, minimum of 20 students. 

Group Sessions are offered weekly on Fridays!

OPTION 2: GROUP SESSION

SHARED EXPERIENCE

WITH OTHER CLASSROOMS!

 

JOIN a weekly Group Session!

Different Topics each month!

Group Programs include:

  * Live Interactive Storytelling!

  * Historically accurate Clothing!

  * Authentic Dialect of Early Modern English!

  * Dynamic Images and Animations!

  * Q&A (as time allows)

 

AFFORDABLE!!!   

EASY TO JOIN!!!

DIFFERENT TOPICS EACH MONTH!!!

A GREAT WAY to get started teaching history!

There is a per-classroom fee of $165 (up to 25 students)

MOST REQUESTED TOPICS

The True Story of Pocahontas

Researching The Past:

Primary Sources 

1619: from Martial Law

to English Common Law

First Africans in Virginia

English Women in the New World

Remarkable Young People of Jamestown

17th century Diversions:

Popular Songs, Games and Dances

History of Thanksgiving,

Historic Foodways demonstration

Colonial Christmas Customs,

Songs Secular and Sacred

now offering one-on-one Q&A session!

TEACHERS ONLY

You don't have to reinvent the wheel! 

Schedule your very one live one-on-one session with me!

 

GET ALL THE HELP YOU NEED!

Only $25 for a 15 minute one-on-one session via ZOOM!

YOU CAN

ASK ME

 ANYTHING!