During the lockdown of winter 2020, we worked with Fraser Randall project managers to conceive a wellbeing activity to develop and engage the Hastings Museum and Gallery’s audiences remotely and successfully applied for Arts Council/ NLPF funding to deliver it. Midnight at the Museum was a wellbeing and storytelling project for children aged 6-9. WeContinue reading “Midnight at the Museum”
One of the better aspects of my lockdown (the summer 2020 one, in case anyone is reading this in the future and the summer 2020 one was the first of hundreds) was a piece of digital community art I created with Hastings Museum and Art Gallery. Though inevitably we learned as we went along andContinue reading “How to create a piece of community digital art”
It’s hard for small children to play on video calls, because they’re a bit young to make small talk – here’s a free board game template so they can make two copies of a board game and send one to a friend. It gives them something to do when they’re talking on a video call.
Anticipating having a bit of time at home with the kids? Here’s a free downloadable activity to make their own museums with stuff from around the home. Best suited to KS1 probably. Free downloadable sheet on story writing and book making to come! Make your own museum download
If your children are KS1 and studying the Vikings this is an activity sheet they might enjoy – make your own rune stones from stuff you’ll have lying around at home. Mine predicted my future as a massive natural disaster – great. Make your own rune stones free download