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At home activity pack

Check this page and our social media channels for new activities and resources which will be added over the coming weeks.

Our current resources and activities include:

Music activity pack (PDF) [7MB]

  • Discover the wonderful world of an orchestra, learn about instrument families, make your own instrument, and hear the music of the English composer Benjamin Britten.

The Science of Sound activity pack (PDF) [5MB]

  • Learn how sound is made through interesting facts and hands on experiments, play a tune in a water xylophone, and have a long distance conversation through a piece of string.

Sound Explorers activity pack (PDF) [2MB]

  • Become a sound explorer, navigating the noises around you. What can you hear?
  • Create an explorer kit, invent a listening device, and develop your creative writing skills as you set off on a sound seeking adventure.

Antarctic Explorer dice game (PDF) [397KB]

  • A fun action dice game that will have you waddling like a penguin, wiggling like a seal, and wrapping up in your warmest layers ready to explore the Antarctic tundra.

Working as an Historian activity pack (PDF) [42MB]

  • A budding historian? Learn fascinating facts about Norfolk Record Office, discover the roles of historians and conservators, and learn about what an Indenture agreement is through fun quizzes and craft.

Introduction of the Railways worksheet (PDF) [4MB]

  • What impact did the building of railways have on Cromer? Find out how the introduction of a railway line created more jobs and increased tourism in the town. Write your own Victorian postcard home and identify some of the jobs titles we no longer use today.

Norfolk: A County of Welcome (PDF) [18MB]

World War II: Evacuees (PDF) [6MB]

  • What happened to the children who were evacuated during the Second World War? Find out about their experiences from the point of view of a young girl who was evacuated and have a go at our Billeting Officer exercise to see if you can find homes for all of the evacuees coming to your village.