Colour in and keep a jackal mask. Based on the Egyptian god, Anubis, the god of mummification, jackal masks were sometimes worn by priests when carrying out the mummification process in order to act as a stand in for Anubis.
Cut out and create an Ancient Egyptian toy mouse.
Download our Discovering Ancient Egypt exhibition trial to find out more about three pioneers in Egyptology. © Neil Hanna
A variety of handling resources have been created for our Discovering Ancient Egypt partner venues. Teacher notes on using this resource can be downloaded. © Neil Hanna
Sensory backpacks are available for use at our Discovering Ancient Egypt tour venues. The communication cards are also available to download. © Neil Hanna
We are delighted to be able to share these resources with you for use in your audience learning and engagement programmes.
We are grateful to the support of our museum partners for their support in developing these materials, and we would kindly request that you do not edit the resources, or remove their acknowledgments.
With funding from the Museums Association's Esmée Fairbairn Collections Fund, we piloted a framework for measuring social impact of audience engagement with ancient Egyptian and East Asian collections.
We developed this framework based on the feedback from colleagues at our Social Impact Symposium in November 2018, the Museum Associations Measuring Social Impact Toolkit and the Scottish Government’s National Performance Framework.
The toolkit was piloted by partner museums, who engaged with autistic children and young people and their families.