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The British Museum

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The British Museum holds in trust for the nation and the world a collection of art and antiquities from ancient and living cultures. This collection offers a rich source of inspiration for teachers. Our classroom and visit resources support object-based learning across the curriculum and are designed to meet the varied needs of students from EYFS through to Key Stage 5.

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The British Museum holds in trust for the nation and the world a collection of art and antiquities from ancient and living cultures. This collection offers a rich source of inspiration for teachers. Our classroom and visit resources support object-based learning across the curriculum and are designed to meet the varied needs of students from EYFS through to Key Stage 5.
History of money
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History of money

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This resource uses objects from throughout the history of money as starting points for activities and discussion on a variety of history and financial education topics.
Money week
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Money week

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This resource uses objects from throughout the history of money as starting points for activities and discussion on a variety of history and financial education topics. To download the accompanying image bank (in a Powerpoint presentation) please visit the British Museum website: http://www.britishmuseum.org/learning/schools_and_teachers/resources/all_resources/resource_money_week.aspx
Money and citizenship
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Money and citizenship

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This resource uses objects from throughout the history of money as starting points for activities and discussion on a variety of Citizenship topics.
Art guide: death and the afterlife
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Art guide: death and the afterlife

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From the bread buried with mummified Egyptians to Ghanaian coffins in the shape of cameras and eagles and from the Mausoleum of Halikarnassos to early Chinese bronzes, the British Museum’s collection is rich in objects associated with death.
Discover the Arab World
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Discover the Arab World

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Use the rich collection of the British Museum to explore key themes about Arab people and culture: achievement, art, conflict, diversity, gender and global interaction. Supports teaching about the region at KS3/4 in art and design, history, citizenship and religious education. Includes an image bank plus a booklet and additional teachers' notes.