Download the resources below, or if you would like to make your own trails or worksheets tailored to your visit, many of the images and text below (and in our other resources) can be easily copied and pasted to your own design.
- Perhaps use images from objects located in different galleries and in the Gardens to create a challenge or simple trail through the Museum to find specific objects or places.
- Use object images to encourage independent research, for instance, find out and write down three facts about an object or group of objects. Alternatively, give facts or clues and challenge your pupils to identify mystery objects.
- Set an alphabetical challenge ie find or draw 26 objects one for each letter of the alphabet.
- Create a sketchbook challenge.
Hakakai ear ornaments
Mud cloth tunic
Can you see the different beading techniques used for the different sections?
This burial cloth is decorated with a complex pattern of stylised Arabic script, revealing its Muslim origin in Sumatra, Indonesia
Can you find other examples of protective charms in the museum?
Chinese silk shoes
Coconut palm raincoat
What do you think the fringing is for?