Halloween fun and games for your class

By Rachel Hayward | 21 October 2010
Show Me website home page screenshot showing Ancient Egyptian Mummy interactive and other games and other spooky features for Halloween 2010.
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Looking for a safe and fun website for your class to enjoy some Halloween-related games and stories?

We hope our Show Me website, with its spooky museum news stories and games for Halloween, will inspire everything from class discussion to projects…

We’ve got a horrible story from history all about what happened to Oliver Cromwell’s body after he died. The British Museum’s Young explorers’ website also has more on the theme of Death presented in a child-appropriate way for your pupils to look at.

There’s a spectral photo from the Edward Jenner Museum. Ghost or not? Your pupils can decide.

The tradition of remembering the dead at this time of year is explored in our Memento mori feature. It includes poignant objects from Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery’s collection.

Show Me surfer Charlotte has some great magical spells in our Show and Tell section.

And of course, we have a popular selection of enchanting and free games from the UK’s museums to play. Check out our home page now and over half-term or our Games And Fun section thereafter.

Happy Halloween!

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