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
Work of Florence Nightingale Video
Florence Nightingale tells the story of her life and work, and shows how she grew up to become a nurse during the Crimean War. The story is told in the first person, and brought to life with a mix of drama, movement, music and animation. We see Florence as a child and follow her determination to become a nurse. She trains nurses to go to the Crimean war. They make the hospital clean, and care for wounded soldiers. Florence describes how she worked at night with her lamp. Finally, Florence tells us how this changed nursing forever.
Picturebank provides images of objects from the Museum of London's collection for educational use. Images come with text explanation and description.
Historic Newspaper Reports Printable
A collection of Daily Mirror newspaper articles form the period of the Second World War (1939 – 1945). They provide an insight into the events of the War as reported at the time. They would make for a wonderful display in your school and could be used as part of world war II themed lesson plan or activity.
Twentieth Century Video
This resource includes recordings from individuals telling approximately 100 stories about personal experiences during the twentieth century, covering seven aspects of everyday life. Each story includes audio, text and photographs, and worksheets that allow pupils an opportunity to consider and answer questions.
Ancient Greece For Kids Poem
Here you will find poems about the Greek philosophers, inventors, scientists, and writers, as well as real heroes like Alexander the Great, and mythical ones like Hercules, and the Greek Gods. There are also lots of interesting facts for children.
British Life Since 1948 Lesson Plan
Children are able to learn about the reasons for and results of the changes in British life since 1948. There are five main areas that children can investigate changes in British life: working life, home life, popular culture, population, and technology.