Museum at Home Learning

Welcome to Museum at Home Learning where you can find curriculum-aligned education activities for school students.

Our range of resources for school students explore Museums Victoria's most popular content areas. From Science, Humanities and STEM, there's a range of projects and learning activities for Kinder, Primary School and High School students.

Museum of Staying Home

A series of activities designed to get you thinking about and documenting your life under lockdown.

Looking up at dives and sharks underwater

Deep Blue

Years 2–10

We have put together a range of ocean themed resources and activities for school students to dive into during National Science Week.

Black cockroach on grass

Bugs

Years Kinder–Grade 4

Learn about the bugs in your backyard

computer on display in a museum

STEM and Innovation

Years 5–10

Read about Australia's first computer, take a virtual scavenger hunt and contemplate past and future innovations

Dinosaur skull cast

Dinosaurs and fossils

Years K–6

Take a virtual tour of the Dinosaur Walk exhibition, hear from a palaeontologist and dig into fossil related activities

 

Trees and mist

Forests and their secrets

Years 3–8

Connect with nature mindfully, take a virtual tour of the Forest Gallery or dive into classification and food web activities

A woman and a man working together in front of a laptop

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