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Wootton-by-Woodstock Primary

Wootton-by-Woodstock Primary

Oxfordshire Museum Woodstock

Summer Programme of Family Activities for children aged 7+ at the Oxfordshire Museum Woodstock.........................

Wednesday 31 July    

Ivar the Boneless and friends

Join our amazing interactive story session. Discover Ivar the Boneless and his Viking buddies as they rampage across England fighting dragons, tricking kings and riddling their way out of all sorts of trouble. Discover what it's like to be a Viking in these stories about Viking Age England.

Set workshops 11am – 12noon and 2pm – 3pm

Free

Family activity for children aged 7+

Tickets from Museum reception

 

Wednesday 7 August

Iron Age Mystery and Magic

Help animate our story about the Didcot Mirror; make clay characters and bring them to life with stop motion software.  The end result will be a short film for everyone to enjoy.

Drop-in 11am – 3.30pm every 30 minutes on the hour and half hour.

Family activity for children aged 7+

£2 per child or £5 per family up to 3 children

Tickets from Museum reception

 

Wednesday 14 August

Teeth Detectives

Get hands on with animal and human teeth, jaws and skulls. Discover the science of teeth and make your own cast of human teeth to take home.

Workshops 11am – 12.15pm   1pm – 2.15pm   – 4.15pm

Family activity for children aged 7+

£2 per child £5 per family up to 3 children3pm

Tickets from Museum reception

 

Wednesday 21 August

Experiment

Have you wondered how things used to work; try writing in hieroglyphics, spinning wool, making a sun compass and other simple experiments.

Drop-in 11am – 3.30pm

Family activity for children aged 7+

£2 per child £5 per family up to 3 children

Tickets from Museum reception

 

 

Wednesday 28 August

Poo from the Past

Experience excavation, recording and analyzing the contents of fake poos (coprolites) from the past.

Workshops 11am – 12 noon   2pm - 3pm

Family activity for children aged 7+

£2 per child £5 per family up to 3 children

Tickets from Museum reception