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Where There’s a Will There’s a Wheel (EN-CUR-594)
With this learning scenario, children discover a brief history of transportation. They also learn about the way cars changed our habits, our …
Opera with Musical Masterpieces (LS-HR-591)
My name is Katarina Kljunić and I am a Music teacher in Primary School. I mastered Primary Education and that allows me …
Drachen: Spielzeugmuseum der Stadt Nurnberg (Museum Lydia Bayer)
Fly kite… Fly… (LS-EU-586)
Throughout the centuries, kites have been used as a children’s toy, as well as for scientific or military purposes. As a result, …
Seasons and feelings (LS-RO-574)
My name is Puscasu Oana-Alexandra and I have been teaching English as a foreign language for twelve years, in a small village …
Artists and their Diverse Abilities (LS-DI-568)
Introduction Hi! My name is Dorianne Galea and I work in a Kindergarten setting in Malta. I have decided to create this …
Optical Illusions: Is It Or Is It Not? (LS-DI-567)
There is always a way to communicate and educate. My name is Natalija Budinski, and I work as a Maths teacher in …
Hot Air Balloon (LS-TR-565)
This project-based learning scenario was created by class- teacher Umut Şencan from Turkey. In this scenario, flying in a balloon is a unique …
Forms and colors – Victor Vasarely (LS-ME-564)
Explore the connection between geometry and fine arts. With this Europeana Learning Scenario you will discover the possibility to see the transformation …
Water Scientists (LS-ES-562)
This Learning Scenario, developped by Leticia Gil, a member of the Spanish User Group is intended to be integrated into the Early …
Developing a Culture for Museums in Health and Wellbeing: Mentalizing, the inside story (LS-ME-560)
This learning scenario, created by Katerina Mavromichali, an archaeologist-museologist and art therapy counsellor, is inspired by the ways culture contributes to the …
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