Educational Resources | Los Angeles Conservancy
Griffith Observatory: Sana Ahmed/L.A. Conservancy, Venice: William Hare/Getty Images, "A Glorious History, A Golden Legacy” Mural by Eliseo Silva, photo by Kenny Chang, LAFD Fire Engine Company No. 30 courtesy Joshua Thomas

Educational Resources

Browse our free educational resources to explore historic neighborhoods in Los Angeles with your students! Recommended for grades 3-8, but appropriate for all ages.
Quick Links to Neighborhood Explorations:
Central Avenue Corridor 
Chinatown
Eastside Los Angeles
Historic Downtown Los Angeles
Historic Filipinotown
Griffith Park
MacArthur Park
Venice
Central Avenue Historic Corridor

Activity: Math Puzzle
Coloring Pages: Arnett Hartsfield and Drs. Vada and John Somerville
Craft & Learn Video: 3D Streetscape
Chinatown
Activity: People of Chinatown Word Search 
Coloring Page: People of Chinatown
Craft Video: Paper Cube (download the Cube Template here)
 Eastside Los Angeles
Activity: Eastside Los Angeles Matching Game
Coloring Page: Greetings from Eastside Los Angeles
Craft Video: Postcard
Griffith Park

Activity: Griffith Park Memory Game
Craft & Learn Video: Scavenger Hunt
Historic Downtown Los Angeles

Activity: Historic Downtown L.A. Tracing Map
Info Sheet on Historic Downtown L.A.
Coloring Page: Places in Historic Downtown L.A. 
Craft Video: Neighborhood Pop-Up Map
Historic Filipinotown

Activity: Crossword Puzzle
Coloring Pages: Unidad Park by Eliseo Art Silva and Helen Brown
Craft & Learn Video: Mini Jeepney
MacArthur Park
Activity: MacArthur Park Crossword Puzzle
Coloring Page: MacArthur Park
Craft Video: Picture Book
Venice

Activity: Venice Connect the Dots
Activity: Venice Word Scramble
Craft & Learn Video: Paper Wind Spiral

Major funding for the Los Angeles Conservancy's educational programs is provided by the LaFetra Foundation and the Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation.