Discovery at high tide | Groep 1 – 2
Come join Karel the seagull on an exciting adventure! During this lesson we’ll set out on an adventure in the museum and discover all there is to know about the coast. Just like a sea gull we’ll follow the tide and meet all things that live in the sea one by one: fish, crabs, lobsters and even a shark!
Let’s travel back in time! | Groep 1-2, 3-4
Travel back in time and discover what it was like to be a kid in Scheveningen way back when. What was it like to grow up so close to the sea? How was it to have your father be out at sea for weeks at a time? What did Scheveningen look like back then and what games did kids used to play? During this lesson, pupils will learn all about the old objects, houses and clothing of the olden days and discover what jobs people used to do by the coast. There will also be an opportunity to make your own toy just like fishermen used to do back then.
Children’s Closet, on the go in traditional clothing | Groep 3 t/m 6
How were fishermen’s sweaters knitted, what does a metal headpiece look like and what kind of trousers did fishermen wear? Dressed in traditional clothing we will set out to discover the olden days in the museum. After getting some inspiration, we’ll design some new clothing with materials that people used to wear back then.
Painting beach | Groep 5-6, 7-8
What did Scheveningen look like as an old fishing village and what kind of jobs did people do in the village? Get inspired by Scheveningen, just like the famous painter H.W Mesdag and his fellow painters. During this lesson, we’ll take a look at some old sketches and paintings in the museum and create our own sketches of sailors, the old baths or an old street in the village. Then we can start painting our very own masterpieces in the same style that people in the Hague used to paint in.
The second World War in Scheveningen | Groep 5 t/m 8
What was going on in Scheveningen during the Second World War? By examining pieces from the collection and other material from the archives in Muzee, pupils will discover more about what occurred in Scheveningen during war times. Then, the pupils will reflect and picture what their lives would have been like back then.