Games, collections, videos, stories, homework help and family days out from museums and galleries
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Local museums and galleries hold the key to your local area, they can introduce your students to the value and heritage of their community.
Achives are a great way of preserving history and encouraging pride in your local community, but what is an archive?
Archives are easy to make and can develop pupils’ history skills, while building a sense of ownership, pride and identity around themselves and their school.
Art galleries don't have to be filled with Picasso's and Monet's, they can be made with your students art work in your own school or classroom.
Museums don't have to be in big, grand buildings, they can me made just about anywhere, even in your school or classroom.
If you've not got time to organise a school visit, why not put on your own exhibtion. Follow our top tips to get the best for your students.
Artworks are a great starting point for a number of lessons and topics, lean how to read artworks and make use of them in your lessons.
Visiting museums and galleries is a fantastic way to help your students really engage with the lessons that they learn in the classroom.
Paintings are a great primary source to use for finding out about the past, however they can be unreliable. This Show Me guide for teachers will help you make the most of the fabulous paintings found in the UK's museums and galleries.
Discover how to take creative inspiration from museums and galleries and use it to make your lesson plans even more exciting and engaging.
Make use of the vast online museum collections and bring the museum into your classroom.
Make use of the UK's great museums and introduce your students to the wierd and wonderful artefacts that hide within them.
Learn how to make use of objects from the past in your lessons.
Short films by Culture Street showing KS2 animation workshops.
Keith Alexander, Content Director of Culture Street - one of Show Me's key partners - introduces the organisation.