Ancient Egyptian Maths and Science

Glasgow Museums Resource Centre 1st Jan-31st Dec All day £45 (Free for Glasgow schools)
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Ancient Egyptians needed to use maths and science to build pyramids, make mummies and move huge statues across hundreds of miles. Work in groups to solve problems faced by these people thousands of years ago, handle objects they made and learn to measure and weigh like the Ancient Egyptians did.

MNU 1-01a | MTH 1-12a | SCN 1-07a

Age group: Primary schools

Location: Glasgow Museums Resource Centre, 200 Woodhead Road, Glasgow, G53 7NN.

Cost: FREE for Glasgow schools; £45 for non-Glasgow schools

This workshop is available all year round DURING TERM TIME. To book a visit phone 0141 276 9505 / 9506 or email museums.schoolbookings@glasgowlife.org.uk

All workshops can be adapted for ASL/BSL – please let us know your requirements.

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