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Information about the Senghenydd Disaster - in Welsh

Information about the Senghenydd mining disaster of 14 October 1913 in Welsh
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Senghenydd Disaster Information - in English

Information about the Senghenydd mining disaster of 14 October 1913 (English)
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How to Weave a Square

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Art Babas Activities: Rainbow Playdough

A rainbow play dough recipe and activity for you to enjoy
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Time Capsule

Ian Smith, senior curator modern industry at National Waterfront Museum, Swansea, will be showing you how to make a Time Capsule in 6 easy steps
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Felt a Square

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Activities for adults, children and families: Junk Rocket

Menna Buss shows us how to make a junk rocket
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Activities for adults, children and families: Home

Try our cardboard Home activity
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Curate a Tray Museum

Here’s a chance to create a slice of museum life in your own home with curator Ceri Thompson.
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Virtual Roman Bootcamp

Have you got what it takes to be a Roman Soldier – find out with our special tasks! Watch the short video then download the PDF and begin your Roman Bootcamp and travel back to the time of the Legions.
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Guess Whorl Card Game

Inspired by Guess Who, Guess Whorl is a competitive card game in which players take turns asking questions about identifying features. The goal is to deduce the identity of a mystery British freshwater snail species using the process of elimination, with questions such as; “Does this snail have a pointy shell?” or “Is this snail’s shell striped?” Guess Whorl was designed to be used as a fun teaching tool. Players can learn about the differences between types of British pond snails and how to deduce and describe those differences like a taxonomist. Print out the decks of cards, and take turns to ask questions, removing the cards which do not fit the answer, until you can take a guess at the card your fellow player is holding.
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