Topmarks Logo

Find great educational resources

Browse by subject and age group

Ancient Greece - The Argo Odyssey

Argo the dog is missing! He was last spotted at the Olympics. Can you find Argo? There are lots of mini-games and puzzles about life in Ancient Greece.

Pupils
7-11 year olds
Heroes of Troy

This BBC site is a music, singing and performance resource for children aged 9 to 12 based on the story of the Trojan War. Presented by David Grant. It has the narrated story of Helen of Troy and the Wooden Horse.

Pupils
7-14 year olds
Hercules Greece's Greatest Hero

Find out about Hercules, the stories the ancient Greeks used to tell about his life and about his twelve labours.

Teachers, Pupils
7-14 year olds
Greeks

Information about Ancient Greece from the BBC.

Teachers, Pupils
16-18 year olds
Ancient Greeks

Seven learner guides and three class clip videos on the Ancient Greeks from the BBC.

Teachers, Pupils
7-11 year olds
Q-Files

Q-files is a subscription based online encyclopedia specially designed and written for children. It is also advert free and regularly updated.

Pupils
7-13 year olds
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.

Pupils
9-14 year olds
Ancient Egypt

A masterpiece! You can find out information from the evidence itself, play the games that the Egyptians played, find out about the Ancient Egyptians through stories and artefacts. For children 7 - 13 years of age this would be our first choice!

Pupils
7-14 year olds
The Ancient Olympics

Did you know the Olympics began in Ancient Greece? Here you can compare ancient and modern Olympic sports, tour ancient Olympia and read about the exploits of the first Olympic athletes.

Teachers, Pupils
9-14 year olds
BMAG for Kids

The Birmingham Museum site for kids has child-friendly interactive information and activities on Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, the Roman Empire, the Victorians and World War 2. Each era has an interactive timeline.

Pupils
7-11 year olds
1 2 3 4