Education



  • June 11, 2020

    Nominating an Icon for the Next $5 Bank Note

    By: Graham Iddon


    Using a Bank of Canada Museum lesson plan, nearly 200 students told us who they thought should be the bank NOTE-able Canadian on our new $5 bill.
    Content Type(s): Blog Subject(s): Education
  • November 22, 2019

    Surprise, It's Money!

    Grades 3 to 8: See and touch an amazing array of objects that have served as money at one time or another. Then join us in the Museum—explore the games, multimedia, videos and even more surprising artifacts. It’s fun, engaging, and a great way to learn the role the Bank of Canada plays in the Canadian economy.
    Content Type(s): School programs Subject(s): Education
  • September 16, 2019

    For Teachers: National Teachers Survey

    By: Heather Montgomery


    The Bank of Canada Museum would like to hear from teachers across Canada to help design new online resources for economic literacy.
    Content Type(s): Blog Subject(s): Education
  • March 14, 2019

    Trading Planets

    Grades 4 to 8: Travel to planet Plutopia on a trade mission with your students. Once there, you will see that trading goods without a common currency poses some serious problems. Trading Planets uses interactive, game-based learning to teach about trade, currency, and supply and demand.
    Content Type(s): School programs Subject(s): Education
  • March 14, 2019

    Inflation Busters

    Grades 9 to 12: How do you plan for the future when you don’t know what things will cost? Join the fight against inflation in Inflation Busters, a game-based program for students. Who knew learning about monetary policy could be fun? We did!
    Content Type(s): School programs Subject(s): Education