We are thrilled to share with you the exciting experience our P3EN2 class had during their recent visit to the Musée national d'archéologie, d'histoire et d'art.
The trip was an integral part of our ongoing learning journey, allowing the students to explore various aspects of prehistory, the Bronze Age, and the Middle Ages.
The children were captivated by the diverse collection of artifacts, providing a glimpse into the lives of our ancestors who lived long ago. It was heartening to see their enthusiasm as they examined the different objects on display, fostering a deep connection to our rich history.
The museum, with its captivating exhibits, proved to be a beautiful backdrop for our learning adventure. The students actively engaged with our knowledgeable guides, peppering them with questions that showcased their genuine curiosity and eagerness to learn.
One of the highlights of the visit was the hands-on activity where the children had the opportunity to create their own clay pots, mirroring the craftsmanship of our ancestors. This practical experience not only reinforced the lessons from the museum but also allowed the students to connect with history in a tangible and creative way.
We extend our gratitude to the museum staff for their warm hospitality and to our guides, who patiently answered the myriad of questions posed by our inquisitive students.