Laura Ingalls Wilder: Academic

A Cross-Curricular, Virtual Course for Grades 3 to 6

Created to promote social-emotional learning skils as well as learning in the performing arts, language arts, and history, Laura Ingalls Wilder: Academic is an exciting, 5-lesson program for grades 3 through 6 that is built around our full-length, professional theatre performance of Laura Ingalls Wilder and the themes of family, self-discovery, and adventure portrayed in the show. Once purchased, the program is fully accessible for 6 months.

Our easy to use, grade-specific lesson plans are designed to provide five engaging, Core Curriculum Standards-based, literacy building lessons. Want to see what's included? Click here to preview the lesson plan overview.

Purchase Laura Ingalls Wilder for Your Classroom

If you are looking to bring Laura Ingalls Wilder: Academic to multiple classrooms, click here to schedule a call or email us at [email protected] to book the program at our group rate.


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About the Musical

ArtsPower’s musical Laura Ingalls Wilder follows the tomboyish Laura, her older sister Mary, her Ma, and her Pa as they travel across the unsettled frontier of the late-1800s American Midwest. Many challenges threaten the Ingalls family’s well-being, including disease and devastating crop losses. Powered by their love for and devotion to one another, and their unwavering “pioneerin' spirit,” they keep searching for the perfect place they can call home.

"Pioneerin’ spirit" is the feeling of adventure and curiosity that drives the Ingalls family westward in their covered wagon. Along the way, the Ingalls face many obstacles, but they never waiver in their pursuit of a new adventure. In the end, Laura discovers her love of storytelling, the talent that will someday bring her national fame as one of America’s most beloved children’s authors.