Curriculum-linked learning resources designed to work in the classroom.
In this activity students learn about the importance of spectroscopy in looking for signs of life on planets outside of our solar system. Accompanies the video 'Are there aliens?'
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Imagine what it would be like to have super powers and see the invisible - sounds pretty fun doesn’t it? Join the Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomers as they explore the science behind some seemingly invisible and sneaky forces in space.
Although the National Maritime Museum is free for general visits, we still need to generate income from many of our products and services. Effective marketing is important, but so are 'selling skills'.
Create a sensory response to a chosen object.
An image of a pistol used by pirates to fight the ships’ crew and steal their treasure.
A classroom activity in which students learn about how shadows form and can try matching different objects to their shadows. Accompanies the video ‘Shadows On Other Worlds’.
Join the astronomers at the Royal Observatory Greenwich as they go on an adventure to discover what shadows look like on other worlds.
Use shipwreck objects to explore notions of text as art and develop descriptive language.
Image of a ship's biscuit which was eaten on board ships where it was very difficult to keep food fresh. Before cans and refrigerators were invented pirates and sailors had to eat food that was dry or very salty. This ship’s biscuit is really hard and would last for years.