Museo del Prado, Reina Sofía, Sorolla, Thyssen...
Museum activities are perfect educational events to inspire and teach history, culture and arts to pupils in a different way. They will discover magnificent paintings out of their textbooks outside of their confidence environment.
For each of the tours our approach is to explain three different layers for each painting: the visual layer, the contextual layer and technical layer as well.Visit the Educational Platform
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We manage every detail to make your activities come true, including teachers and students.
We are worried about teachers time, so you will get your quote really fast allowing you to focus on important tasks.
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We guarantee 100% or our members are teachers and that is paramount to increase que quality of each activity.
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We want every single student to have the same opportunities. If you need support for any of your pupils, just let us know and we will fund them in order to participate with all their colleagues.
Only students participating in one of our activities will pay for it. You get your quote for the whole classroom, but you will only pay for the event visitors.
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It's so simple and will help you design and execute a brand new complimentary activity for your students.
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Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.
Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790)
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