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e-learning

There are variety of e-learning web resources available from Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery to support all areas of the curriculum from Key Stage 1-5. Please scroll down for more information and links to the resources.

Body Decoration and World Cultures
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery has a rich collection of objects which tell the story of body decoration in diverse parts of the world. Using these objects and other images, you can explore different types of body decoration and how body decoration has changed through history.

Suitable for Key Stage 3 and above.

Body Decoration and World Cultures website

Mysteries Inside the Mummies
This interactive resource allows you to look inside three ancient Egyptian mummies through the use of CT scanning. The scans reveal similarities and differences in the ways in which these ancient Egyptians were mummified.

Suitable for Key Stage 3 - 4 and above.

Mysteries Inside The Mummies

Bedazzled
The online magazine where you can discover more about style, fashion and accessories from the past to the present. Articles include an interview with local jewellery designer Sally Collins, audio interviews with local hairdressers, love and death jewellery, top 25 items from Birmingham museum and more.

Suitable for Key Stage 3 - 4.

Bedazzled - the online fashion magazine

Alien Adventures
This resource takes the user on a journey to discover more about History and Art. The website contains interactive activities including; create your own piece of art, find the hidden messages in portraits, signs and symbols in art and more.

Suitable for Key Stage 3.

Alien Adventures

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery for Kids
BM&AG for Kids provides a wide range of fun curriculum based activities on the following topics; Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome, as well as Victorian Britain, World War II and Art. Interactive activities include dress the Roman solider, make a Greek pot and much more.

Suitable for Key Stages 1 - 2.

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery for Kids

Aston Hall for Kids
Discover more about Aston Hall through the interactive story book and activities based on Tudor food, including make and decorate a Heraldic tart, decorate a boar's head and decorate a plate and goblet.

Suitable for Key Stage 1 - 2.

Aston Hall for Kids

Blakesley Hall for Kids
Blakesley Hall for Kids provides interesting and informative information about the histroic house through interactive activities. Topics include: Tudor food, clothes, jobs and buildings.

Suitable for Key Stage 1 - 2.

Blakesley Hall for Kids

Sarehole Mill for Kids
Discover more about how a water mill works including the machinery and mill pond. Other topics include rivers and The Little Red Hen Story.

Suitable for Key Stage 1 - 2.

Sarehole Mill for Kids

Soho House for Kids
Find out more about Soho House and its herb garden, the Lunar Society and their ballooning experiment as well as finding out how a steam engine works, all through the interactive activities.

Suitable for Keys Stage 1 - 2.

Soho House for Kids

The Museum of the Jewellery Quarter for Kids
Discover more about jewellery making and jobs, where raw materials come from, facts about gold, as well as discovering more about the famous Jewellery quarter itself.

Suitable for Keys Stage 1 - 2.

Museum of the Jewellery Quarter for Kids

Weoley Castle for Kids
Discover more about Weoley Castle through an interactive timeline and find out how the building used to look before it became a ruin.

Suitable for Key Stages 1 - 2.

Weoley Castle for Kids