These three boxes contain a selection of mystery objects representing life in Tudor Britain. Some objects will be easy for your class to identify whereas others are not so easy. This box can be used to discuss ideas such as who would have used the objects, whether they were rich or poor, and what similar objects do we have today.
Ideal for use with Key Stage 2, for a broader study post 1066.
Key learning objectives
- History: To enable pupils to explore what life was like for Tudor Society by handling real and replica artefacts and costumes, and by taking part in group activities.
- Speaking and Listening: To encourage pupils to work effectively as a member of a group, using speaking and listening skills.
- Literacy: To explore the lives of rich and poor people in Tudor times through a variety of literary resources.
- Artefacts include a ruff, a feather fan, quill pen, trencher, clothing, bells, clay pipe, buttons and coins.
- Resources include posters, pictures, labels for display, postcards and books.
Hiring a box
Collect on a Monday between 12pm and 5:30pm, and return on a Friday before 5:30pm.
Closed 1pm to 1.30pm.
To discuss your needs or to make a booking contact Alexandra Walker tel 01962 678199.