The history of the women's suffrage movement in Scotland, with photographs, newspaper reports, diary entries and other sources. Activities for secondary schools. Includes downloadable PDFs.
Scotland's first printed medical book (1568), written in Scots. Learn the history of the plague in Scotland. Downloadable learning activities.
Songs written by Gaelic bards Iain Lom and Sìleas na Ceapaich. Available in Gaelic and English. Downloadable PDFs for teachers.
Resources to help school pupils understand some of Shakespeare's works by exploring scenes and characters or writing sonnets.
Explore Scotland’s natural larder, from the 17th century to the 21st, using items from our collections. Downloadable PDFs for teachers.
An interactive guide to reading historical maps and using them to learn more about your area. Downloadable PDFs for teachers.
Explore the spirit of enquiry, debate, and improvement which characterised the Scottish Enlightenment during the 18th century.
Oor Wullie an his pals hiv fun weys fur bairns tae learn Scots, an ideas fur parents an teachers.
A guide to the 1715 Jacobite rising, which changed Scotland. Includes interactives and resources for teachers.
Photographs of Glasgow taken by Thomas Annan in the 1860s, with related maps and downloadable learning activities.
10 things you need to know about maps, how they are made and how we use them. Includes interactive quizzes and downloadable PDFs for teachers.
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