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Samuel Pepys and the Great Fire of London of 1666

Samuel Pepys interactive for KS1/2 pupils

This interactive is to help pupils learn more about Samuel Pepys and the Great Fire of London. Children also find out about 17th Century housing and objects and practise their knowledge of vocabulary associated with this topic (buildings, fire, passing of time and so on).

 

View the Samuel Pepys Interactive  (KS1 pupils may need adult help in reading some of the instructions and information).

 

Why not print out the blank storyboard (see Downloads link below) so that your students can colour it in and add to the speech bubbles and story themselves?


Google map: this is where the Fire of London started»



 
Document icon Learning article provided by: Museums Sheffield: Graves Gallery | 

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  • Posted by Maisha Syeda on 05/01/2012

    I believe in my opinion this site was very good and it helped my sista wid her hmk.

  • Posted by Ellie on 04/01/2012

    This site was good,after using it once my child got quite bore because he knew what was going to happen.

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