Browse a selection of Museum online learning resources.
Activities for post-16 students studying history, science in society and related subjects.
Get the most out of your visit to the Darwin Centre Cocoon with these curriculum-linked activities.
School pupils can take part in the urban tree survey with these curriculum-linked learning resources aimed at Key Stage 2 (ages 7–11)
The National Trust, the Natural History Museum and The Wildlife Trusts are supporting the Cub Naturalist Activity Badge and providing exciting new resources to encourage Cubs to get outdoors and take the pulse of nature.
Teaching resources to support a KS3 lesson on diet and nutrition, through the subject of the slave trade,
Which dinosaurs lived in Britain and the rest of the world? Check out our guide to over 300 dinosaurs.
Read about the theory of evolution: what it is, the evidence for it and how it developed.
Go on a virtual collecting expedition to the island of Regaloam. Identify, photograph and store your specimens at the Museum.
Explore the online collections of 9 British museums and learn to use the web critically with these curriculum-linked activities.
Explore, study, and enjoy your local environment with OPAL, the Open Air Laboratories project. Their resources include ID guides, survey sheets and videos to support nature surveys and bioblitzes.