Discover more about the constellations of stars and see if you can discover your own!
Salt dough is easy to make and can be used to make all sorts of models - including starfish. This activity will show you how.
Fossil Jurassic star fish from the Sedgwick Museum
Find out how the multi-coloured northern lights are created then have a go at creating your own.
Join artist Kaitlin Ferguson as she looks at a globe with animals on it, from the Whipple Museum. Learn how to make your own globe at home and imagine what animal you would be.
Love dinosaurs? Like dressing up? We might just have the activity for you.
Get creative with this fun (and fearsome!) dinosaur activity.
Find a new use for used plastic bottles, scrap paper and paperclips.
Watch this film to find out how to create a sculpture of an animal using materials from inside your home.
The Whipple Museum has a large collection of globes from different times and places. Some of them are of the Earth, like this one which you can colour in - what countries can you see on it? Other globes in the collection are of the moon, different planets or the night sky with all the stars.
The history of science relies on lots of amazing people - we've chosen three who are closely linked to our collections, but there are loads of great stories to discover. Have a look at our examples and create your own posters about scientists who interest you.
This resource is designed to help you Look, Think, and Do inspired by this incredible hoard of over 1800 silver and gold coins.