Learn about the Second World War by using animated maps and investigations containing original documents, film, photographs and audio from the National Archives.Heritage Explorer
Teaching activities provide a selected image supported by a teaching idea and associated worksheets, notes or whiteboard downloads. They ask a Key Question targeted at specific National Curriculum related historical topics.What was life like in London during World War II?
An interesting 'Pocket History' of life in London during the Second World War. It includes an illustrated, downloadable PDF with all the facts.The Three Pyramids
This is an online game from National Museums Scotland called the Three Pyramids. It’s a platform game aimed at children aged 7-11, designed to teach them about the processes involved in mummifying a body and preparing it for the afterlife.Ancient Egypt
Find out what life was like 9000 years ago in Ancient Egypt. Study heiroglyphs and ancient mummies and see what they tell us about Egypt both long ago and today. Great on an interactive whiteboard using full screen option.Ancient Greece
Explore ancient Greece and find out about Greek religion and the Gods, the ancient Olympics, the Greek alphabet and language and even try your hand at chariot racing. Works well on interactive whiteboard in full-screen option.Ten Facts About Ancient Egypt
Travel back in time 5,000 years to discover ten fascinating facts about the Ancient Egyptians. It includes links to further information about Egyptian gods, heiroglyphics, Tutankhamun and how to make a mummy.Holnet - History of London 1939 - 1945
HOLNET looks at what London was like the the Second World War and how Londoners coped. It has 4 sections: Air Raids, Daily Life, Children at War and SheltersHistory Lines
Background history of the UK written for children from the Stone Age right through to the present day.Our First World War Guardians
Create your own World War 1 medal and read the stories of six men who were awarded medals in the conflict. Not too wordy.