Fire of London History KS1. Have a go at the drag and drop matching quiz to test your knowledge of The Fire of London. Just one of the links to free to use teaching resources.
Fire Of London Quiz
A drag and drop matching quiz based on descriptions and events of The Great Fire of London.
Great Fire Of London Printable
A collection of teaching resources relating to the Great Fire of London that destroyed large parts of the city in 1666. It includes display posters, story cut-outs and timelines, notepaper, labels and topic cards.
Great Fire Of London Video
Class 7, 8 and 9 have made this video to show how much they have learnt this term about the Great Fire Of London. The children have designed the sets, written the scripts, acted the parts (nearly 90 voices appear on the video) and finally made up the song at the end of the film.
Great Fire Of London, 1666 Interactive
The website and the interactive story that it contains is designed to be used by either the whole class on an interactive whiteboard or by pupils at individual computers.
London's Burning Text
In September 1666 the heart of England's capital, the City of London (now London's financial district), was devastated by fire. Everyone knows the Great Fire of London started in a baker's shop in the aptly named Pudding Lane, but was it an accident or a pernicious Papist plot? Extensive text from the BBC, suitable for teacher notes.
The Great Fire Of London Text
The Great Fire of London poem for kids, by Paul Perro, tells the story of the time, hundreds of years ago, when a fire started in a baker's shop in London, and spread throughout the city. It's a fun poem, but educational too. We hope you enjoy it.