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
Victorian Toys Word Mat Download
An A4 sized word mat showing key words and images related to the topic of toys in the Victorian era. Labels include: Jacob's ladder, doll's house and Bilbo catcher. Great as an aid to independent writing.
Tudor School Punishments Video
On his way to school, a small boy is running late. As he enters the class, some of the boys are reciting Latin with the teacher and some are writing with quills and ink. He makes a mistake on his work and gets beaten with a birch branch.
The Work Of Isaac Newton Video
Dick, Dom and Fran from 'Absolute Genius' describe the life and scientific work of Sir Isaac Newton. He was born in 1643 at a time when the laws of nature were a mystery. He studied maths and physics, and is perhaps best known for discovering gravity.
Pocket History Text
A pocket history from the Museum of London, covering the following: What caused the Great Fire? How did Londoners escape the fire? How was the fire put out? How much of London was destroyed? How was London rebuilt?
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.
Videos and text covering Florence Nightingale's life.