At a time when more people are required to self-isolate and schools have been shut for the forseeable future, we've pulled together some tools and activities to open up discussions and keep busy.
These downloadable and online resources are available to start conversations at home. Looking at innovative ways to break social isolation and build connection, you can download anything from prompts to open up discussions, advice on how to start sharing your teenage stories, youth culture colouring in books and games for families and sharers.
Memory Sharing Pack
Its time to get out your family albums and shoebox archives, and start sharing your memories of growing up.
This Memory Sharing Pack gives you the tools to start digging through your photos, whether you're in self-isolation by yourself, with your family or housemates. The pack includes handy tips, discussions prompts, fun activities to get you going and advice on how to digitise your photos.
Please share and submit your stories with the Museum of Youth Culture!
Grown Up In Britain Exhibition
Our Grown Up In Britain Weekender in November 2019 was the first time we exhibited some of the incredible stories and photographs we'd received from the public.
From 20s Flappers to 60s rockers and XR protesters, the exhibition was a celebration of 100 years of youth culture. Download the exhibition panels and get some inspiration for your trip down memory lane.
Colouring In Poster
Get our your crayons, this is colouring in fun for the whole family.
From 80s Sound Systems to Ravers at the Criminal Justice Act March, we've pulled some of our favourite people from the archive for this colouring in poster!
Download the poster, print it on your home printer and you're ready to go! Please send us photos of your finished poster at firstname.lastname@example.org.