Become digital archaeologists and architects, designing your own Greek and Egyptian temples in Minecraft.
Are you looking for a new and exciting cross curricular activity to engage your class with Greek or Egyptian history?
Grab your time machine and travel back to Ancient lands and become a digital archaeologist and architect by designing your own Greek and Egyptian temples in Minecraft.
Don’t miss this opportunity for your children to engage with an important spot light loan from the British Museum and to create a response through the use of this fun and imaginative medium.
Three school sessions are available. PLUS a FREE Minecraft Masterclass for teachers at 3:45 – 4:45.
Booking essential. Please indicate which session/s you would like to book.
10:00-11:30 / 11:30-1:00 / 1:00:2:30
Maximum 32 children per session
Workshop length 1hr 30 minutes £90
If you would like to make an on-line enquiry for this workshop please complete the enquiry form, or if you wish to speak with Leslie in the learning team to discuss your visit please call:
This one day opportunity is inspired by the exhibition A Greek in Egypt: the Hunter from Naukratis. Children will create their imagined temples to Egyptian and Greek Gods in a partially pre-built virtual site.
There will be three sessions, and each session will last 90 minutes. There is a 30 minute introduction to the exhibition with activities to help the children gather knowledge and get ready to build!
The introductions to the exhibition are led by our own learning team and the Minecraft activity facilitated by The European Gaming League .
Please note, in each workshop, pupils will be working together in pairs using a PC version of Minecraft. No prior knowledge of Minecraft or historical knowledge is needed.