Although, your subject specific learning will be posted in SEESAW, take a look these opportunities!
There is so much to explore and learn!
Historic Royal Palaces
What do you know of the Tudors or the Tower of London? Would you like to learn some more?
Have a look at these brilliant new resources and learn in an interactive way.
National Trust for Children
Above is a link to the National Trust for children, website. you can learn about Romans, explore places with a Tudor history, look at Victorian history as well as the first and second world wars.
The links below show two videos. One about Toys and one about the Stone Age.
For younger children, history is about what relates to them and about developing their understanding of past, present and future.
Some activities to try.
- Talk about what they did yesterday and what they will do tomorrow. Help them to use the vocabulary of now, then, yesterday, today, tomorrow, past, present and future.
- Look at photographs of themselves at different ages and talk about how they have changed.
- Draw pictures of themselves at these different ages.
- Look at photographs of family celebrations and talk about what they were celebrating and why. Put the photographs in the order in which they happened.
- Talk about celebrations that occur every year such as Christmas and birthdays. What do they remember? What is always the same? What changes? Draw a picture of a favourite celebration.
KS1 and KS2
Lots of ideas for learning liked to History.
One learning pack available at the moment with a video and activities to do.
Lots of learning for all.
History programmes on the radio – programmes for all ages.