Maths in Museums
A new digital resource to support the numeracy framework in primary schools.
22 bilingual activities for year 6 pupils to support geometry, number, data and measuring skills.
The toolkit was developed in partnership with See Science. The toolkit is sponsored by the National Science Academy grant scheme.
Llwybrau Llafar (Welsh only)
Dyma gynllun newydd, cyffrous gan Amgueddfa Cymru sy’n rhoi cyfle i ddysgwyr ymarfer eu Cymraeg yn Sain Ffagan Amgueddfa Werin Cymru. Mae’n bwysig darllen y wybodaeth wrth ddilyn y ddolen isod er mwyn sicrhau eich bod yn cael y mwyaf o’ch ymweliad – rhowch alwad os oes gennych unrhyw gwestiynau.Llwybrau Llafar (Welsh only)
People's Collection Wales
The People’s Collection Wales is a website full of fascinating photographs, sound recordings, documents, videos and stories about the history and heritage of wales and its people. Discover trails, collections and stories, or just search for a photo of your favourite place! You can also find learning resources under the Learn tab. Join the site and add your own history!
Abernodwydd is a farmhouse built in 1678 in Llangadfan, Powys.
Bat Facts & Quiz
Ideal for schools or groups doing project work or preparing to go on a bat walk. Contains bat facts and a British bat call quiz.
Beti Bwt's Washday
Here is Beti Bwt. Today is Monday. Beti Bwt hates Monday. Monday is wash day. Let's see how Beti Bwt washes her clothes.Beti Bwt's Wash Day
Discovering the Iron Age in Wales
Background notes extracted from the 'Discovering the Iron Age' CD ROM published by the Museum's Learning Department, including a selection of images from Wales with accompanying notes. A resource aiming to enhance the teaching of 'Iron Age Celtic Society' at Key Stage 2 (ages 7-11).Iron Age Teachers' Pack
Garreg Fawr Farmhouse
This is a farmhouse first built in 1544 in Waunfawr, Gwynedd. We don't know who lived here, but we can guess it was a wealthy family.
Hendre'r-ywydd Uchaf Farmhouse
Hendre'r-ywydd Uchaf is a farmhouse, first built in 1508 in Llangynhafal, Denbighshire. This farmhouse has a dividing wall. The family lived in one side and cows lived in the other.
This is a cottage, built in 1762 in Rhostryfan, Gwynedd. Cottages like these were used by farm servants and craftsmen.This cottage was used by men who worked in the local slate quarry.
Melin Bompren is a corn mill, built between 1852 and 1853. This mill was built in Cross Inn, near New Quay, Ceredigion, but there were hundreds of similar mills throughout Wales.
Number and Language Play
Number and language play activities for 0-5 year olds at St Fagans National History Museum. Suitable for early years, Foundation Stage and family groups.
This is a row of six cottages from Rhyd-y-car in Merthyr. In 1801, Merthyr was the largest town in Wales, with a population of 7,000.
St Teilo's Church
This is a Catholic church that was originally built near Pontarddulais, outside Swansea. The oldest parts of the building come from around 1150, but it was extended and changed over the years.
The Cockpit was built in the yard of the Hawk and Buckle Inn, Denbighshire, in the seventeenth century. It was used, of course, for cockfighting — a violent and extremely cruel activity by today's standards.
The First World War Education Project
The National Library of Wales and National Museum Wales are leading a project to produce education resources for schools to commemorate the centenary of the First World War. As part of this project we are using items from the collections of both institutions to create digital teaching resources for Hwb.
This B2 type prefab (prefabricated bungalow) was built in Llandinam Crescent, Gabalfa, Cardiff in 1948.
This is a tollhouse. It was built in Aberystwyth in 1771 for £40. Tollhouses were built to collect money from travellers. This money was then used for road maintenance.
Traditional Toys from Wales
Welsh Women's History 1900-1918
The voices of women in Wales have largely been absent from its historiography, both as writers of and participators in its history. Publications such as the collection of historical essays Our Mothers' Land, whilst illustrating this imbalance, have laid the foundations for further research. The need to teach women's history as a seperate subject is in itself an acknowledgement of this deficiancy. One reason often cited for the absence of women's history from the school curriculum is a lack of resources. It is this issue that this resource aims to address.
Drawing in the main from the wealth of archive materials at St Fagans National History Museum, this pack is an attempt to present visual, oral and written resources dealing with women's experiences between 1900-1918. It is only a small selection of the materials available but one that we hope will help you reconstruct a picture of the past, and enable you to dwell on the diversity of women's experiences.Welsh Women's History 1900-1918