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Guinness World Records competition

Resource pagesIf your kids are having fun learning with Guinness World Records at home, why not encourage your child's school to do the same?

Guinness World Records have worked with educational professionals to develop curriculum-linked activities, lesson plans, and Interactive White Board presentations inspired by the fantastic array of amazing records in the Guinness World Records 2012 book. Teachers can receive these fantastic resources free here.


Why use Guinness World Records Resources?

It's educational and fun, plus the 3rd biggest selling book of all time (after the Bible and the Qur'an!) and the most borrowed book from school libraries!

The Guinness World Records Teachers Resources cover


CompetitionTallest man

WIN! By registering, one lucky Mumsnetter's child's teacher will win a visit to the school from the World's Tallest Man and a fantastic day of record-breaking, hosted by official Guinness World Records adjudicators! 

Engage the classroom, the school, and the whole community and this once in a lifetime prize could be the fundraising event your child's school needs for 2012.

The lucky winning school will receive a visit from the World's Tallest Man to include an exclusive Q&A session, and a session with an officiall Guinness World Records adjudicator providing fun world-record-breaking-attempt activities, suitable for the age and stage of the pupils, with an educational presentation celebrating amazing accomplishments, demonstrating that anything is possible. Plus, the chance to get the family and wider community engaged in the attempts. 

Register to be in with a chance to win here



Last updated: over 3 years ago