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Primary Education

Enjoy the museum "I learn what I see; I tell what I feel"

Before choosing the route, it is advisable to read the Primary Education general information, because that is where the objectives and characteristics of the visitors are laid out, as well as the means of proceeding during the visit.

San Telmo Museum proposes...

Into the water!

Into the water!

We Gipuzkoans have a long history with the sea: beaches, fishermen, ports, boats... We will see how we have been conditioned by having the sea right on our doorstep, and the students will see what changes this element, which we see every day, has brought us.

You're quite an artist!

You're quite an artist!

San Telmo Museum has a magnificent collection of Fine Art and we want to show our students paintings and art works contained therein. We will identify characters and then we will ask the students to represent an event or moment from their lives.

And as a thematic route...

One museum, a thousand stories

One museum, a thousand stories

We will play with diverse objects on this general tour of the museum to discover the different stories the museum contains. Another way of getting to know the museum.

  • Worksheets for students
  • Notebook for teachers
Farmstead

Farmstead

An exploration of the farmstead environment through rural trades. A wonderful opportunity to discover the elements, customs, objects and life that surrounds a farmstead.

  • Worksheets for students
  • Notebook for teachers
La casa de la historia de Urgull

Urgull House of History

  • Dressing-up workshop
  • Who's who?
  • Games and activities

San Telmo Museum proposes...

Let's build!

Let's build!

Home is a place where we are safe and comfortable, but through this proposal the students will learn that houses and buildings have not always been like that. We will discover diverse typologies of construction and together we will create our own village between all of us.

Let’s mix!

Let’s mix!

We are capable of seeing the world with our eyes. But, where do colours come from? Why do we see them? How many colours are there? How do they arise? By means of the Fine Arts collection we will try to answer all these questions and then play and experiment with colours in our workshop.

And as a thematic route...

Alakiketan

Alakiketan

On this route we discover the traditional world through the music which can be heard in the squares of our towns and villages. Listen, see and discover!

  • Worksheets for students
  • Notebook for teachers
Xoxo beltza in San Telmo

Xoxo beltza in San Telmo

On this route we get to know the rites surrounding the phenomenon of death with diverse elements from the museum.

  • Worksheets for students
  • Notebook for teachers
Artearekin jolasean

Artearekin jolasean

“Artearekin jolasean” is a playful learning workshop for children to discover the world of art, using the Fine Arts collection as a jumping-off point.

  • Notebook for teachers. Chillida
  • Notebook for teachers. El color
  • Notebook for teachers. Oteiza
One museum, a thousand stories

One museum, a thousand stories

We will play with diverse objects on this general tour of the museum to discover the different stories the museum contains. Another way of getting to know the museum.

  • Worksheets for students
  • Notebook for teachers
Urgull House of History

Urgull House of History

  • Dioramas
  • Games and activities
  • Discover Mount Urgull

San Telmo Museum proposes...

Let's have an adventure!

Let's have an adventure!

The people of Gipuzkoa have seen and felt the sea more as a door than a barrier. There are famous Gipuzkoans who have helped to “expand” our territory, and all of them have counted on the help of maps and cartography. We also want to give our students the chance to go on their own adventure.

Give it shape!

Give it shape!

In this activity, our subject will be sculpture and we will analyse the Museum’s collection. How is a piece of sculpture created? Are they all the same? What materials are used? After considering that sculptures are created by adding or taking away materials, why don’t the students create their own sculpture?

And as a thematic route...

Memory traces

Memory traces

This is a general tour of the museum, covering the period from prehistory to the beginnings of modern times.

  • Worksheets for students
  • Notebook for teachers
Badugu, badago

Badugu, badago

With the help of diverse elements owned by the museum, we propose a route to help understand the Basque language, its history and those of its speakers.

  • Notebook for teachers
Kalejiras

Kalejiras

Activity outside the museum. Thematic routes to get up close and personal with the heritage and history of San Sebastián.

Kalejira I – Old Part of San Sebastián

  • Worksheets for students
  • Notebook for teachers

Kalejira II – Extension of San Sebastián

  • Worksheets for students
  • Notebook for teachers
Urgull House of History

Urgull House of History

  • Games and activities
  • Games with clues
  • Discover Mount Urgull

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