“A museum is like a time machine”, their teacher said. What could she mean?
Activity book This activity book is designed to accompany the three Harmony the Honey Bee storybooks. Early years educators can use the suggestions and resources to extend children’s interest and provide them with additional … Read more
Includes Harmony the Honey Bee, Harmony Helps the Hive and Harmony & the Waggledance. Harmony and her friends, Hatty and Hazel, introduce the basic values of co-operation to nursery/Foundation Stage children. Through a series … Read more
Book 1 of 3 of the collection. Harmony the Honey Bee wants to help with all the jobs in the hive, but each task seems too big, too tricky, or too scary! She soon … Read more
Book 2 of 3 of the collection. Harmony the Honey Bee discovers that the food stores are almost empty, and sets off in search of flowers willing to share their sweet nectar. As she … Read more
Book 3 of 3 of the collection. Harmony and the Honey Bees have a very important decision to make! The old hive is too small, so the scouts must search for a new home … Read more
The Meet the Pioneers resource for schools has been produced by The Co-operative College using materials from the National Co-operative Archive in Manchester and the Rochdale Pioneers Museum in Toad Lane, which is housed … Read more
An introduction to the use by co-operative societies of tokens. Tokens were widely used for the calculation of dividend, prepayment for delivered commodities like bread, milk and coal and for mutuality clubs. This volume … Read more
This book details how the Co-operative movement has used film throughout it’s history. Includes P&P costs – UK only. For international orders please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
A twenty-mile circular walk which begins and ends at Toad Lane, Rochdale, the birthplace of the modern Co-operative Movement, divided into sections of two to four miles. Full descriptions with maps and photographs are … Read more