Barney eyes Flat Stanley as they meet on the South Lawn of the White House, July 20, 2006. (P072006SC-0036D)


Welcome from the education program of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum! It is part of the Library and Museum’s mission to encourage all students to learn more about the Presidency, the First Lady, American history, and government as well as to serve as a resource for the study of the life and career of President George W. Bush. The education program is developing interesting, hands-on games, activities, and trivia; information for parents; academic competition information; homework resources and programs; and much more, all for kids from grades K-12. Have fun exploring—after all, we made this section just for you.


In This Section

Kids' Clubhouse

Mrs. Laura Bush and Fran Mainella look on as students of Stella Summer’s Gifted Science class work with Ranger Maria Beotegui, February 16, 2006, to navigate through Web Rangers, during a visit to Banyan Elementary School in Miami, Florida. (P021606SC-0082)

Want a sneak peek at the Library and Museum’s treasures? Curious about the Presidential pets? Would you like to test your knowledge about history? Looking for a great book to read? Explore the fun in the Kids' Clubhouse. Learn More

Homework Zone


Need help with your homework? Have a research paper and you do not know where to start? Want to know more about President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush? If you said yes to any of these questions, then the Homework Zone is for you. Learn More

Parents' Corner

Mrs. Laura Bush embraces two students, August 28, 2006, as she meets and speaks with members of the Gorenflo Elementary School first grade class. (P082806SC-0151)

Interested in learning more about the resources and programs that the Museum has available for children and families? Need information to plan a family trip? Check out the Parents’ Corner for these details and many others. Learn More

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