This is related to the lesson plan and interactive whiteboard presentation already uploaded on this website. The worksheets are differentiated and allow you to assess the children's understanding of the differences in education now and then.
This is a worksheet used for looking at the British Empire during the Victorians, showing the extent of the Empire, some of the countries within the Empire and some of those countries' exports into the Empire.
A very WIDE variety of sheets and activities I used when studying the Victorians. The top 5 was popular - all children completed using the internet to research and fill in on their computers. The topic book mind map and page is also useful and fun to do!
The KS 3 activities are aimed at students but provide a wealth of additional information and insight into life and crime in the 19th century that may be of general interest. The activities take the case of Aaron Layton and the Littleport and Ely riots and place this in the wider context of riots and revolution. The aim of this enquiry is to judge how revolutionary Britain became between 1800 - 1850. The activities provide information about events and will help students make a judgement on this issue.
This links with ‘Castle Adventure’, from the Oxford Reading Tree range of books. We wrote adventure stories with our Year 1 children and used this for our SEN children. It worked really well as it focused them on reading and writing.
I used this as part of my instructional writing week. The children had the instructions cut out and had to read them and put them in the correct order. The cheese sandwich instructions were for the more able children.