Links to free to use History resources including, interactive games, lesson plans, quizzes, information text and images. Use on a white board for whole class teaching or encourage individual research at home or in school.
Here are 6 random links from this subject
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.
Ancient Greece Competitions Printable
Document from The British Museum.Competitiveness in the Ancient Greek world generated a flourishing and rich culture and exchange of ideas.
Greek Images Images
A selection of images to use when studying The Greeks.
What The Greeks Did For Us Video
It is amazing, if not surprising, to discover just how much of today’s Britain have their origins in Ancient Greek society. The arts, sports, medicine, law, language, science, mathematics, philosophy, buildings and even some inventions, have all been greatly influenced by the Ancient Greeks.
Life And Work Of Thomas Andrews Video
Presenter Joe Crowley leads a team of four Year Six pupils as they hunt for the real story of the man who designed Titanic – the “unsinkable” ship which sank on her maiden voyage with huge loss of life. Thomas Andrews, who came from the small town of Cumber in Northern Ireland, was the designer of the ill-fated ship the Titanic.
Dickens: Interesting Facts Text
Here are some interesting facts about the Victorian writer, Charles Dickens, the author of many classic novels, including, David Copperfield, Oliver Twist and Great Expectations. Often described as the ‘quintessential Victorian author’, Dickens’s stories are enjoyed just as much today as they were by his nineteenth century readership.