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A discovery: Relic

I am doing my tax return, I really am, but while I was doing some filing (VERY URGENT FILING), I found these.

Back when the BBC and the British Museum ran A History of the World in 100 Objects, CBBC broadcast an accompanying game show for children, … 124 more words

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The big secret: teaching history with 100 objects

For the past few months, whenever a colleague anywhere other than the British Museum asked me “so, Rosie, what are you working on at the moment?” I’ve adopted an air of mystery¬†and told them that the biggest project I’m working on is… 184 more words

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Playing shop with William Morris

 

I am very excited to have my very own copy of the family trail I wrote for William Morris Gallery. 150 more words

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Take a look at our book

Small children can take wonderful photos. I worked with some North London families to take photos and collect ideas for a book all about how families with children under five can enjoy a day out at… 156 more words

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Museum Books

I met a visitor with some very strong views at Museum of London Docklands this school holiday. He had had a difficult morning because he had discovered that, standing at just over a metre, he was now too tall to enter the soft play area in “the play room downstairs” – the museum's… 168 more words

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Box boats

I have spent the last couple of days building box boats with families, and parading with them in a big flotillas around the Museum of London Docklands. 26 more words

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Keep, destroy, invent

I made up a game for Sir John Soane's Museum's Building Explorers club to play as a warm up activity today: Keep, Destroy, Invent. The children had to decide which London buildings they would preserve and which they would demolish, before inventing innovative new structures for the city. 50 more words

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