On Friday 5th June, 2pm BST, we’ll me meeting again via Zoom. In this activity, we’ll talk about a typical medieval day, and the history of timekeeping. To wrap up, we’ll be making sundials, which was one of the most common methods of timekeeping before the widespread use of mechanical clocks.
This activity is suitable for children aged 6+
To sign up for a place, please email Blythe at email@example.com
-Paper plate (or round a circle of cardboard of similar size and a white piece of paper)
-Tall Peg (Pen can be used
-Medium lump of clay, playdough or blue tack