Resources for Educators
A) Museum Etiquette Video
To better prepare students for a memorable experience at the museum, educators are strongly encouraged to go through a museum etiquette video with students before visiting the museum.
Choose from two videos:
- For younger student visitors
- For older student visitors
B) Risk Assessment and Management Systems (RAMS)
Click here to download the pre-filled RAMS.
C) Early Learning Resources for Pre-school Educators
Visit our permanent galleries and play spot-the-artefact! There five booklets introduce pre-schoolers to our artefacts through familiar themes of Alphabets, Colours, Numbers, Shapes and Opposites.
Set A: ABC, 123 and Colours | $8/set of 3 booklets
Set B: Shapes and Opposites | $6/set of 2 booklets
Teachers may use these booklets to plan for a self-guided visit to the museum. Both sets are available for purchase at Supermama, The Museum Store at the National Museum of Singapore. Discounted rates of $5/set for Set A and $4/set for Set B are available for schools making a bulk purchase of 10 or more sets each. Please send the bulk order form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
D) Historical Investigation Resources for Secondary History
Conduct your Historical Investigation at the National Museum, whose vast collection will provide you with many opportunities to encounter Singapore’s history from the pre-colonial to the post-independence periods. The galleries present immersive settings and voices of the past, which enable students to imagine what life in Singapore was like as they engage with the artefacts as part of the inquiry process.
Curriculum Relevance: Lower Secondary History
The following resources have been developed in collaboration with the Academy of Singapore Teachers (AST) to aid teachers who are planning to bring students to the museum for HI.
- Teacher's HI Resource Unit 1 Pre-Colonial
- Teacher's HI Resource Unit 2 Colonial Singapore
- Teacher's HI Resource Unit 3 Japanese Occupation
- Teacher's HI Resource Unit 4 Post Independence
E) Tales of Old Singapore: Digital Edition (NEW)
Experience a teaser of our Tales of Old Singapore educational workshop from your school or home! Follow the character "Ah Ling" as she shares about her experiences and feelings moving from a kampong (village) to a HDB flat in 1970 by watching the video below:
Enhance the experience by going through the discussion questions asked throughout the video. Download this template and have students complete a simple HDB pop-up card craft activity to complement the video!
Curriculum Relevance: Primary 2 Social Studies – Coming Together as a Nation, Primary 4 Social Studies – Valuing our Past
|Primary 1 to 3
Primary 4 to 6