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What will happen at the British Museum ?
You will work with your teacher.
You will learn with your friends.
You will meet new people.
You will look at things.
You will handle things.
You will smell things.
You will listen to things.
You will touch things.
You will move around.
You will talk about things.
And finally… we hope you will have fun!
Find out more about the British Museum. Visit the main Museum website. www.britishmuseum.org Use Explore to look at Museum objects www.britishmuseum.org/explore/introduction.aspx
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