30 fun ways to discover Aldeburgh's heritage
In partnership with Aldeburgh Museum and funding from Historic England we have created 30 fun, family-friendly activity sheets for the school summer holidays in 2020 that highlights Aldeburgh’s wonderful heritage drawn from the collections at Aldeburgh Museum and The Red House. Suitable for ages 5-12 or older as anyone can have a go! Click the links below to download plus earn an Arts Award qualification or buy the accompanying book.
Week 1: Make a rocking horse and How to Beachcomb
Week 2: Make a salt dough pot and bird mask
Week 3: Make a leaf embroidery and a wooden spoon puppet
Week 4: Walk along the river wall and make a tennis racket
Week 5: Make an icecream out of playdough and make a watering hole and bee journal
Week 6: Make a dog sock puppet and treasure map
Week 7: Make a shadow puppet theatre and how to start a collection of your own
Week 8: Make a squishy cheese and write a poem
Week 9: Make a smugglers lantern and origami boat
Week 10: Make a cardboard creature and some ship’s biscuits
Week 11: Make a barometer and a CD fish
Week 12: Make a kaleidoscope and a Churchyard rubbing
Week 13: Make your own bottle music and a cork sailing boat
Week 14: Make a mini suitcase and a cardboard pirate
Week 15: Make a cup phone and a spooky spider
Earn an Arts Award Discover qualification. You can do one or as many worksheets as you like and then download, complete and return the form.
Enjoy Ben and Jim’s adventures around Aldeburgh and includes all 30 worksheets in this lovely book. Available for £7 from Aldeburgh Museum.