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British History Timeline

British History Timeline

Timeline for the children to cut out and order and then add dates. A teacher’s answer sheet attached. A nice activity at the beginning of a topic, designed for Y4 but I think many year groups could use it. Hopefully it is accurate, welcome any feedback. K
Keighleigh
Castles powerpoint

Castles powerpoint

We have introduced a new history topic about castles. I made this powerpoint to introduce the different features of castles.
danielleb
Medieval Realms Timeline

Medieval Realms Timeline

Black & white timeline for 1066 - 1485, showing monarchs and key events in the British medieval period. Ideal for photocopying. Can be used as A4 sheet, e.g. stuck inside book cover, or cut up to make a timeline of just over 1m in length. Available in editable MS Publisher or PDF format.
MrVixen
Domesday Sources worksheets

Domesday Sources worksheets

Differentiated sources and questions for children to combine historical methodology with content from the 1086 Domesday survey. Sources from Anglo-Saxon Chronicle; Domesday book and Wikipedia are compiled in two differentiated versions, with 3 sets of accompanying questions (for each ability range) for pupils to interrogate the sources, and differentiate between primary and secondary sources. Available as individual editable Publisher 2003 files, or a single PDF download for all 5 sheets.
MrVixen
Viking web links

Viking web links

24 hyperlinks to high-quality lesson plans, worksheets and IWB resources for KS2 Viking work. Practically all the resources you might need to teach the Viking module. Viking place names, reasons for settling, Viking mythology and religion, runes, games and more
Gentleben
Assessment sheet for Battle of Hastings Essay

Assessment sheet for Battle of Hastings Essay

This is my draft for an assessment sheet for this topic. It is intended for essays covering the topic “Why did William of Normandy win the Battle of Hastings?” and covers levels 2 to 7, in the areas of Knowledge & Understanding; Causes é Consequences; and Organisation é Communication. Any comments welcomed!
tafkam
Websites for Vikings

Websites for Vikings

This is a list of websites passed onto me by a colleague. Not sure of author or where they were downloaded from (definately from web). They are excellent
cherriness
Wounded Knee Synthesis Exercise

Wounded Knee Synthesis Exercise

Requires students to interpret a range of sources about the events at Wounded Knee. Students then to synthesis information to create a chronological account. Higher attaining students have the opportunity to develop and integrate their evaluation skills. Prior knowledge of the Ghost Dance and the death of Sitting Bull required.
annajordan
Medieval Herald

Medieval Herald

Pupils use the herald template to write a problem page addressed to various medieval personalities. The problems are based on King William’s introduction of taxation, the collection of the Doomsday Book, the rebellion he faced from the North and the building of castles to keep control. The pupils to write a problem e.g Dear Treasurer, King William needs money to fund wars, William’s Nobleman. Dear Nobleman, King William should charge taxes according to individual household income. Taxes can be used to fund wars. Treasurer Heralds can be displayed.
msma
Assembly outline for Plough Monday

Assembly outline for Plough Monday

Plough Monday is the traditional start of the English Agricultural Year, it generally falls on the first Monday after Twelfth Day (Epiphany), January 6. This assembly outline first appeared in TES Teacher magazine
TES_Community