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THE VICTORIANS / VICTORIAN CHILDREN - KS2 History topic - IWB teaching resources
The Victorians KS2 topic
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A pack of 9 PowerPoint resources for teaching about the Victorians and Victoran children, including rich and poor children; schools in the 19th century; leisure time, Dr Bernado, and Lord Shaftesbury.

  • WHO WERE THE VICTORIANS AND WHEN DID THEY LIVE: Includes British timeline, Queen Victoria's life, and comparison of rich and poor family in Victorian times
  • WHAT WAS LIFE LIKE FOR A POOR CHILD IN THE 1840s: Explains the different jobs poor children had to do, with photographic evidence, and links to online research.
  • FAMOUS VICTORIANS: DR BARNADO: His life, and how he improved life for poor children.
  • FAMOUS VICTORIANS: LORD SHAFTESBURY: His life, and how he improved factory conditions, and education.
  • WHAT WAS IT LIKE GOING TO SCHOOL AT THE END OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY: What Victorian schools were like
  • HOW DID DIFFERENT VICTORIAN CHILDREN USE THEIR SPARE TIME: Explains the different activities and toys of rich and poor children
  • LEISURE TIME IN THE VICTORIAN ERA: How the Victorians entertained themselves
  • VICTORIAN HOUSEHOLD OBJECTS: Some photographs and questions to answer.
  • VICTORIAN LIFE: Photographs of Victorian Britain.
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