School closure and self-isolation due to the Coronavirus brings a new home learning challenge for many parents. Our Learning Team have put together a range of resources to help you out each one is based around the buildings at the Museum. There are currently 17 resources that you can download and do at home.
The Iron Age Roundhouse
A learning tool about where Iron Age houses came from with story telling, make your own Iron Age house and find the melting point of chocolate activities.
An agricultural barn used for our Anglo Saxon workshops. Activities include brooch making, Beowulf comic strip, writing secret messages using the Futhork alphabet.
Anglo Saxon Brooch
A guide to making your own Anglo Saxon Brooch.
Runic Futhork Alphabet
Learn and write using the Runic Futhork Alphabet.
High Wycombe Toll House
A learning tool about toll houses and toll keepers with game making, job description writing and Victorian baking activities.
A learning tool about our vicarage that we use a Victorian school with research and abacus making activities.
Borehamwood Cattle Byre
A learning tool about traditional farms with making cream, storytelling, scratch and milk research activities.
Haddenham Croft Cottage
Learn about the earth cottage at the Museum and take part in wall paper designing, research project and family portrait activities.
Learn what it was like to live in a 1940s post war prefab and take part in letter writing, photo collage and gratitude journal activities.
Learn about the past inhabitants of Leagrave Cottage and take part in Victorian scone making and well making activities.
Farm Story Starter
Can you finish the Magic Milk Story starter?
Take part in our Spring scavenger hunt!
Hill Farm Barn
A learning tool about grain with bread making, experiments and research activities.
Learn about a granary with create your own granary, newspaper report activities.
Gorehambury Cart Shed
Learn about carts and wagons with a create your own farm machinery, experiments and research activities.
Marsworth Cattle Shelter
Learn what it was used for and take part in activities such as creating your own character and cow sculpture.
Clay Making in the Chilterns
Find out about how children helped with brick making and take part in brick making, cuboid spotting and construction activities.