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Introduce children to the fascinating Victorian era with this engaging creative topic
Queen Victoria’s reign (1819–1901) heralded a period of tremendous change, with Britain becoming the most powerful country in the world despite the huge gulf between rich and poor. This month’s Key Stage 2 creative topic focuses on this exciting era, and gives you all the ideas you need to make sure your class go from ‘we are not amused’, to ‘please sir/miss, can we have some more?’
This topic is most suitable for Key Stage 2 classes, however, many of the activity are also suitable for Key Stage 1. Differentation is included where required.
This topic’s resources
Don’t forget to use the resources that accompany this topic:
- Victorian catwalk – this fun resource invites children to dress a Victorian man and woman – using outfits from the Victorian era and other periods, including the modern day.
- There are also lots of activity sheets – scroll down to the bottom of the page to view them all.
- Victorian occupations
- Mystery objects true or false
- Picture sort
- Home, sweet home
- Perfect patchwork
- Wonderful wallpaper
- Incredible inventions
- Woeful workhouse
- Victorians have got talent
- Vile Victorian childhood
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