Museum of Brands offers a range of free teaching resources, lesson plans and fun activities for teachers, students and families.
About the Museum of Brands.
Located in Notting Hill, London, the museum explores how brands shape our world. Their exhibitions look back over 150 years at the design, use, influence and advertising campaigns of everyday products.
The museum hosts a range of events, activities, talks and workshops for schools, families and university students across the year.
Museum of Brands Teacher Resource & Activity Hub.
Teaching resources are suitable for all ages, with particular resources for each Key Stage level. Activities link to a range of subjects including Art, Design & Technology, Geography and Science. Topics explore sustainability, a look into brand evolution and even the invention of chocolate.
Specialist Dementia-friendly resources have also been created. The activities spark ‘Creative Reminiscing’ with crosswords, matching games and painting tasks.
The Brand Challenge.
Test your knowledge with their Brand Challenge. The quiz looks back at brands and advertising campaigns over the years. Test how well you know brands that shaped British society. I only got 50%…
For those interested in marketing and advertising, the museum is hosting a range of talks. Tune into their YouTube channel every Wednesday at 10.30am for a one hour talk from a world-class professional speaker. Talks explore topical, innovative, and even quirky ideas in marketing and branding. Their programme includes speakers from BBC Global News, Public Health England, Ogilvy and more.
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