Useful resource thank-you, but I have to echo the previous comment and confirm that the picture on the title page is Mary Tudor and NOT Mary Queen of Scots - a simple job to replace the picture and still a great time safer rather than starting from scratch!
Since the time of Wallace and Bruce, Scotland and France had been allies in the Auld Alliance. In 1542, James V decided to join France in war with England. In November 1542, a Scottish army was defeated by the English at Solway Moss with many important Scottish nobles taken prisoner. James V died soon after, leaving his eight day old daughter as Queen of Scotland. Ruling in her place, the Earl of Arran made peace with Henry VIII and the English under the Treaty of Greenwich. Part of the treaty was that Mary would marry Edward, the five-year-old son of Henry
Mary, Queen of Scots returns to Scotland to find Protestantism has swept across her country. She must choose between risking her life and reign, and finding a way to work with the new Protestant regime.
Use this clip to help explain the importance of religion in 16th Century Scotland.
The Fire of London: A 40 page powerpoint split into sections
Introduction: Looks at London and its location in the UK
What was it like in London long ago: Looks at the houses, materials and London Bridge
What was it like in the 1600s: Pictures and descriptions of rich and poor people; the Civil War; Charles II; and the Black Death
What happened in 1666 and how do we know about it: Samuel Pepys and John Evelyn, and a timeline
The Great Fire of London: Story in diary style about the events that happened during the fire with excerpts from Samuel Pepys diary.
What happened after the fire: Rebuilding, Christopher Wren's plans and a view of London then and now.
Questions: Asks children questions to recap learning. including an event ordering activity.
WORKSHEETS (IN PDF TO PRINT OUT)
Acrostic poem sheets x 3 different versions
Blank writing frame: To write about the different events of the fire
Cards - pictures and labels: Containing key vocabulary / characters etc. Can be used for card games and display.
Diary writing sheet
Newspaper report blank
Newspaper report - The London Gazette heading, with space for children to write a report
Sequencing pictures - 6 pictures to cut and stick in the order of events
Speech bubble questions - Can be used for writing activities or display
Topic covers x5: With and without pictures for the children to colour /design topic book front cover
Word Mat - with key vocabulary and pictures for the topic
Wordsearch x 2
Writing border x 3: Lined, plain and wider lines
Writing sheet x 4 with pictures of Samuel Pepys, John Evelyn, Fire scene and a 17th century house.
DISPLAY (IN PDF TO PRINT OUT)
Banner - The Great Fire of London - prints onto 2 pages
Display borders: 2 different versions, flames and Tower Bridge on fire
Photographs of modern London (14)
Pictures of the Fire of London
Portraits of people involved in the Great Fire of London
The London Gazette, reporting about the Fire
The Londoners Lamentation, a pamphlet written just after the fire
Timeline posters: 17 pages, including weather reports for each day.
Vocabulary display with pictures