Primary early modern history (1500 1750) resources

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Year 1- History and Geography Super Saver!

Year 1- History and Geography Super Saver!

A bundle of resources, planning, Powerpoints, interactive activities, quizzes and more covering the History units: Space and Neil Armstrong, Toys- then and now, Famous Journeys, Our Homes, and the Geography units: Our local area, Weather and the Arctic.

By kep1987

*NEW* America 1918-1919

*NEW* America 1918-1919

New scheme of work, including numerous powerpoints, resources and printable guides for students. Created in accordance to the new spec, please review!

By gthomas200119

The English Civil War and the Restoration PPT

The English Civil War and the Restoration PPT

Excellent 33 slide PPT on the English Civil War and the Restoration. Clear points, graphs and well chosen graphics explain the material in an easy to understand way. Provides an excellent overview of the topic.

By Polaphuca

What ideas formed the foundation of the Renaissance?

What ideas formed the foundation of the Renaissance?

Powerpoint discussing Humanism, Secularism and Individualism. Fill-in-the-blanks note-taking worksheet. Painting analysis worksheet --> examine the paintings and identify how they represent the main ideas of the Renaissance.

By nina1981