Year published: 2016
Paper Money – The Greek Banknote (High School)
The publication Paper Money – The Greek Banknote accompanies the same-tilted educational programme. The booklet presents the history of banknotes in a playful manner. It has been approved by the Greek Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs.
- Edited by: Dimitra Tsangari
- Language: Greek
- Year published: 2016
Educational publication for children
The publication Paper Money – The Greek Banknote is support material for the same-titled educational programme. The programme “Paper Money – The Greek Banknote” is carried out at the Banknote Museum of Ionian Bank on the island of Corfu.
The aim of the booklet is for children to learn the history of Greek banknotes, from the founding of the modern Greek State (1830) to the final withdrawal of the drachma and the introduction of the euro (2002).
Playing and learning
The booklet presents the history of banknotes in a playful manner. Through various educational activities carried out at the exhibition area of the museum, children answer the questions found in the booklet and solve the crossword.
The aim is for them to learn the terminology relating to banknotes, the privilege of issue of banks, as well as the history of the Ionian Bank. One chapter looks at hyperinflation.
Free of charge
The booklet is offered free of charge to all the students attending the permanent educational programme at the Banknote Museum of Ionian Bank. It has been approved by the Greek Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs.
Edited by: Dimitra Tsangari
Publisher: Alpha Bank
Place and time: Athens, 2016
Dimensions: 21 x 28 cm
Cover type: Paperback