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KS2 Ancient Greece: Exploring Early History through Excavations

KS2 Ancient Greece: Exploring Early History through Excavations

KS2 Ancient Greece: Exploring Early History through ExcavationsThis KS2 history worksheet delves into the intriguing world of ancient history through the lens of archaeological excavations. Kids will embark on a journey to uncover the secrets of early civilisations, particularly focusing on Ancient Greece, by exploring the discoveries made through excavations. This versatile worksheet can be used both in the classroom and at home.

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Crime and Punishment Word Search

Crime and Punishment Word Search

This KS2 word search activity will help to reinforce vocabulary related to crime and punishment in history. Students will search for key words associated with law enforcement, judicial systems, and historical methods of punishment. Enjoy incorporating this word search into your lesson plans!Key Learning Objectives:Enhance students' understanding of terminology related to crime and punishment.Reinforce knowledge of historical concepts and practices in law enforcement.Encourage vocabulary retention and spelling practice in a fun and engaging way.

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Crime and Punishment: Then and Now

Crime and Punishment: Then and Now

This KS2 history resource focuses on exploring the evolution of crime and punishment from ancient times to the present day. Students will learn about the harsh punishments of the past, the societal changes that influenced ideas about justice, and the modern approaches to addressing crime and rehabilitation. By understanding the past, children can develop a deeper appreciation for the principles that shape modern legal systems. The resource encourages students to consider the role of fairness, rehabilitation, and technology in addressing crime in society today.

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Crime and Punishment in Tudor and Stuart Times

Crime and Punishment in Tudor and Stuart Times

Crime and Punishment in Tudor and Stuart Times worksheetThis KS2 history worksheet explores the attitudes towards crime and punishment during the Tudor and Stuart periods in British history (16th and 17th centuries). Students will learn about the concepts of retribution and deterrence and how they shaped the justice system during this era. They will also discover different methods of punishment, including capital and corporal punishment, and how they were used to maintain order and discourage crime.

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Crime and Punishment in Roman Britain

Crime and Punishment in Roman Britain

This worksheet explores the concept of crime and punishment during Roman times in Britain. Students will learn about the laws established by the Romans, known as the Twelve Tables, and how they governed societal behaviour. They will discover various crimes that were considered serious offences, as well as the corresponding punishments imposed by Roman authorities.Through engaging reading material and comprehension questions, students will gain insights into Roman justice systems and how they influenced legal practices that continue to shape modern law and order.

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What is Crime and Punishment?

What is Crime and Punishment?

This worksheet introduces KS2 students to the concepts of crime and punishment throughout history. It provides a simplified explanation of what crime and punishment are, their importance in society, and how they have changed over time. The worksheet includes a reading passage followed by comprehension questions to reinforce understanding. It aims to spark discussion and critical thinking about historical changes in law and justice.Learning Objectives:Understand the definitions of crime and punishment.Recognise why punishments are important in society.Identify historical changes in methods of punishment.

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George Washington Reading Comprehension

George Washington Reading Comprehension

George Washington Reading Comprehension ActivityThis short biography introduces young learners to the life and contributions of George Washington, a significant historical figure. George Washington was born on 22 February 1732, in Virginia. As he grew older, he became a prominent leader and played a vital role in leading his country, the United States, during the American Revolution, a fight for freedom.

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KS1 Amelia Earhart Reading Comprehension

KS1 Amelia Earhart Reading Comprehension

Amelia Earhart reading comprehension activityThis comprehension introduces young readers to the adventurous life of Amelia Earhart and her pioneering accomplishments as a pilot. The questions allow students to engage with the text, reinforce their understanding, and reflect on Amelia's extraordinary journey.

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Air Raids on London

Air Raids on London

Air Raids on London WorksheetThis worksheet focuses on the air raids that occurred in London during World War II. Students will engage with historical information about the devastating bombings and their impact on the city's residents. The text provides insights into the experiences of civilians during the Blitz, highlighting evacuation efforts, air raid shelters, and the destruction caused by the bombings.Accompanying the text are 9 questions designed to assess comprehension and reinforce key details from the passage. Students will have the opportunity to reflect on the historical context, safety measures, and consequences of the air raids through these questions. This resource is ideal for KS2 history lessons, offering a compelling narrative of an important event in British history. 

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World War II

World War II

World War II WorksheetHow long did World War II last? When did World War II begin? This worksheet provides a comprehensive overview of World War II suitable for upper primary students. It covers key events, participants, and outcomes of the war, emphasising major turning points and the impact on global history. The text is crafted to engage students with significant details while maintaining clarity and historical accuracy.Educators can use this worksheet to supplement lessons on World War II, encouraging students to grasp the sequence of events, understand the motivations of different nations, and appreciate the broader context of this pivotal conflict.This resource is ideal for classroom discussions, individual assignments, or group activities aimed at deepening students' understanding of World War II within the broader context of 20th-century history.

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