Target group: students of basic schools, secondary schools and vocational educational institutions, adults
Duration: 45 min
This new museum lesson enables children to try the role of a collection holder, learn how and why museum items are stored and what does collecting really mean? When does an item become a museum object? How and where are museum objects kept and packaged? What are the tools of a collection holder? How can one find information about the collections of museums? We will learn about what kind of items the Estonian Road Museum collects. Children will get to try their hand at folding archive boxes and binders for documents and newspapers.
The education programmes of the Estonian Road Museum are based on the “National curriculum for basic schools” and the “National curriculum for upper secondary schools”. History programmes are based on the curriculum of history lessons, thereby facilitating the achievement of study objectives thereof. The programmes mainly support the topic of “Cultural identity”.
Every year, the museum’s events calendar also includes a couple of holidays from the folk calendar that we celebrate with a special programme. Traditionally we organise a Christmas programme, Shrovetide fun, Easter celebrations, Father’s Day and several other important holidays.
Programme fee 4€ for preschool and 6€ for students (includes entry ticket).
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