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
Anglo Saxons In Britain Interactive
In the AD400s, towards the end of Roman rule, Britain was being attacked by the Picts and Scots from the north, and the Anglo-Saxons from the sea. The Romans had built forts along the coast to fight off the sea-raiders and Hadrian's wall defended the north.
Things were changing, and in about AD410, the last Roman soldiers were ordered to leave.
Life In Roman Britain Interactive
When the Romans came to Britain they brought their way of life with them. Over time, the people of Britain and the Romans mixed. The Britons began to live the Roman lifestyle and the Romans took on local customs.
The Romans built new towns. These were often protected by walls and there was everything a citizen of Roman Britain would need inside - houses, shops, meeting spaces, workshops, temples and bathhouses.
10 Facts About WW2 Text
In September 1939, Britain entered into what would become the world’s most devastating war to date. Learn all about the events that changed the lives of millions in our World War 2 facts….
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.
Viking Food Video
Vikings ate fruit and vegetables, kept animals for food - meat, milk, cheese and eggs - and had plenty of fish as they lived near the sea. Bread was made using a quern - stone tools for hand grinding grain. We know about the Vikings' diet and cooking implements from archaeological discoveries in Viking huts and refuse.
London After the Great Fire Text
The Great Fire laid waste to much of medieval London and prompted a transformation in the layout and appearance of the streets. How did the city recover and was the fire as devastating as history depicts? Text from The BBC, suitable for teacher notes.