Education and Outreach

 

 

While the Museum is closed due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation we will be sharing activities with you online and via Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.

At Elgin Museum we want to help the people of Moray and visitors here to engage with the history of the area for their entertainment, education and enjoyment. It is key for us to work with the young people, encouraging them to see their heritage as something accessible and relevant to them, something which encourages their growth as responsible citizens, confident individuals, successful learners and effective contributors.

We hope to be back offering a full range of free outreach, curricular visits and family activities as soon as it is safe to do so.

Links to activities will be added below throughout our closed period. If you’d like to find out more, or would like copies of activities sent out to you, please contact us by email: curator@elginmuseum.org.uk

Activities 

Build your own Triumphal Roman Arch (pdf 599KB)

Design your own Roman Coin (pdf 510KB)

Make your own Dinosaur Mobile (pdf 314KB)

Build your own Shoebox Theatre (pdf 1.22MB)

Build your own Castle (pdf 737KB)

Pictish Chariot (pdf 667KB)

Japanese Uchiwa Fan (pdf 717KB)

Sea Globes (pdf 317KB)

Cut-out and Colour Museum (pdf 1.4MB)

Nature Boxes (pdf 440KB)

Carved Balls & Symbol Stones (pdf 670KB)

AZ Colouring (pdf 291KB) (drawings by Edward Macmillan)

Museum Bingo (pdf 788KB)

Museum of Me (pdf 948KB)

Stone Age (pdf 407KB)

Dig box (pdf 981KB)

Bobbing Boats (pdf 250KB)

Carved Symbol Soaps (pdf 599KB)

 

Video activities

Elgin Museum Makes – Episode 1: Bronze Age Jet Necklace

Elgin Museum Makes – Episode 2: Neolithic Carved Stone Balls

 

Quizzes

Pictish Quiz (pdf 359KB) and Pictish Quiz Resource Sheet (pdf 627KB)

Coasts and Waters Quiz (pdf 315KB)

Riddle Me This (pdf 424KB)

 

Explore! Elgin Museum

Explore! Elgin Musuem - children's guide

As part of our 2017 HLF-funded project, we created an exciting children’s activity book and town centre trail, “Explore! Elgin Museum. It can be downloaded (3mb pdf) or you can pick up a free copy on your next visit to the museum – not only can you explore where some of our objects were originally found but you can also design your own museum!

 

Elgin Museum is grateful to the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Robertson Trust for their support in making these activities possible.

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