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This pack contains all the flags of the British Isles on flagpoles and as hearts. Can be used to teach the differences between Great Britain, United Kingdom and the British Isles. Flags of the patron saints are also included for use in history lessons and national holidays. - Welsh flag (the Red
This resource contains a 40 question PowerPoint quiz on Bastille Day ( La Fête Nationale) which takes place on 14th July.The quiz can be used for individuals or teams. There is a sheet for individuals/teams to record answers. The answers to the questions can be found by clicking on the flag image on
With “Brexit” being such a hot topic of conversation at the moment, it’s hard to avoid an issue of such historic importance which could have long lasting implications for us all. This revised and updated 28-poster pack is an attempt to explain a complex issue in a way that pupils might be able to un
Fun WORLD FACTS for young children!! Save time - and have fun!Explore the Schengen Zone!! (26 countries) Color the flags of Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands,
Use this quiz to assess your students' retention of knowledge about the bubonic plague or "black death" in European history.
This Reading Comprehension worksheet gives an account of the post WWI conditions that contributed to the rise of different totalitarian regimes around the world, including Benito Mussolini in Italy, Adolph Hitler in Germany and Joseph Stalin in Russia. The text is suitable for advanced intermediate
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England Gift Basket Craft, Color, Cut and Paste, Back to School Craft, End of Year Craft, Holiday Craft, Motor Skills, Cutting Skills, Template Craft, Party Crafthas 47 pages with templates.Size: 1 A4 size sheet. Children will love the variety of pictures.Uses:Reinforcing subject taught in a fun way
England Kindergarten Craft, Party Hat Craft, Color, Cut and Paste, Cap Craft, Project Craft, Cutting Skills, Motor Skillshas 47 pages with templates.Size: 8.5 by 11 inches.Children will love the variety of pictures.Uses:Party, project work/exhibition, drama class, general craft, rewards, Sponge acti
A great lesson looking at poverty and the main causes. The lesson also looks at the clear difference between absolute and relative poverty and focuses on worldwide economies and the UK. The lesson has links to numerous short video clips and includes great examples and simple theory. I have includes
Students will read George Marshall's Speech and answer questions regarding the plan.
Edward the Confessor died on 4 January 1066 without any sons. He had previously promised two different people that they could be the next king.There were three claimants to the throne:• Harold Godwineson – Earl of Wessex and the most powerful man in England.• Harald Hardraada – King of Norway.• Will
A literature based unit study to accompany The Best Christmas Present in the World by Michael Morpurgo. ISBN 978-1-4052-1518-3 (Book not included) In the picture book, the narrator finds an old letter hidden in the drawer of a desk that he is renovating. The letter tells the story of the 1914 Chr
A literature based unit study to accompany The Little Ships by Louise Borden. ISBN 978-1-84780-081-7 (Book not included.) The picture book tells the story of the Dunkirk Evacuations that took place over 9 days starting at the end of May 1940. This fictionalized account of events makes the story of
Mini-lesson sheet that gives a brief history of how the English Channel formed, and then how the Channel tunnel ("Chunnel") was built in the late 20th Century. Critical thinking questions are included related to obstacles in building the tunnel earlier, human geography, and economics.
This resource is a worksheet which can be coloured in by students of any age, as part of a history of geography lesson, or as part of a general topic. It looks at the first Viking raid in England in 789AD on the Isle of Portland when three ships arrived from Norway. Other National Curriculum Eleme
A PowerPoint presentation on the background and events of the Russian revolution 1917 to be used in conjunction with Animal Farm resources (1) and (2). GCSE English
This worksheet describes a number of special events which are celebrated on the 1st of August each year. It also practices some advanced vocabulary.
Information text - Innovations and Ideas generated during the Renaissance period
This resource can be used with Year 10 and 11 students studying the German Depth Study of the iGCSE History exam. It includes all the past paper questions for the four focus points specified by the exam board:1. Was the Weimar Republic doomed from the start? 2. Why was Hitler able to dominate German
Normally $1.25, please have this FREE bespoke Revision Wheel for the first unit of 20th Century IGCSE History - "Were the Peace Treaties of 1919 to 1923 fair?"Print this out as A3 or simply share on Google Classroom to your students at the beginning of the course so they can make BIG NOTES as they w
This is a funny and active way of learning inventions and their inventors through the game: I have, who has? You need my document 1 (presentation) and 2 (cards of the game)
Mini character sheets that identify five of the key figures in the downfall of the Weimar Republic from 1932, identifying their potential roles that led to the rise of Nazism.

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