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The Great Fire of London PowerPoints


QCA Unit 5 : How do we know about the Great Fire of London



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There are 9 PowerPoints in five sets - often more than one PowerPoint to cover each of the QCA objectives and activity ideas for this unit. Also included are worksheet activities as suggested by the QCA.


1. PowerPoints 1. and 1a. These two PPTs cover QCA History Unit 5 Section 1 Where and when did the Great Fire begin?


2. PowerPoints 2. 2a and 2b. These three PPTS cover Unit 5 Section 2 - What happened in the Great Fire? This set includes the story of the Great Fire.


3. PowerPoint 3. This PPT covers Unit 5 Section 3 Why did the fire spread so far and stay alight for so long?


4. PowerPoints 4. and 4a. These two PPTs cover Unit 5 Section 4 How do we know what happened in the Great Fire?


5. Set Five - PowerPoint 5. This PPT covers Unit 5 Section 5

What have we learnt about the great fire?



These PowerPoints are complimented by the Picture Pack - Resource 85 - below.


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Each PowerPoint

relates to a section of QCA History Unit 5

The Great Fire of London and is labelled as such for convenience.




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The Great Fire of London Picture Pack - PDFs


QCA Unit 5 : How do we know about the Great Fire of London



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Resource 85

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There are two session plans (may cover more than 2 lessons) and all the resources needed for these lessons which include:


1. PowerPoint Show : Investigating Changes Over Time—London Then and Now Part One 15 slides with very large pictures to promote discussion & comparisons in order to give the children an understanding of why the Great Fire of London spread so quickly and how difficult it was for the residents of London to put it out without the equipment fire-fighters use today and, to help children realise that in 1666 they had none of the readily available water supplies of today.


2. PowerPoint Show : Investigating Changes Over Time—London Then and Now Part Two 16 slides invite the children to talk and  discuss in order to be aware how fashions, architecture, transport and society change with the passage of time.


Both the PowerPoints consist mainly of large pictures to aid discussion and ask the question “You have seen lots of evidence that tells us what London was like in the past. Now you have to make up your minds. Is London in the year 2012 better than London was in 1666? How and why or why not?


3. Several PDF files containing activities such as matching sentences, sequencing,  A4 and A5 pictures etc etc see preview opposite for full description of these PDFs. (Publisher files are included should  you want to change/add anything)


4. 80+ Word Labels for display 3 words per (A4) sheet coving the vocabulary used in this topic.


The PowerPoints and pictures are complimented by Resource 84 - above.



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Great Fire of London Picture Pack compliment the PowerPoints

(Resource 84 and Resource 85)

and provide all the resources needed for the activities suggested in this pack.


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History KS1

Great Fire of London Picture Pack with PowerPoints and lesson activity plans investigating changes over time

London then and now.


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Toys Then and Now PowerPoints

KS1 looking at toys in the past


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Resource 87

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QCA History Unit 1  

How are our toys different from those in the past?


1. PowerPoint One — What are our toys like?

10 slides encourage the children to talk about toys concentrating on

baby toys and covering what they are made of—wood, cloth, plastic,

metal. Children are asked if they have any toys at home they no

longer play with and asks why? What happened to their baby toys?

What are their favourite toys now.


2. PowerPoint Two — How are our toys different — Let’s talk about old toys. 9 slides follow on from the question “What happened to your baby toys?” Were they kept safe? Suggests they might know a grown up who still has a toy they played with when they were little—how can they find out? What questions could they ask?


3. PowerPoint Three — How do we know that some toys are old?

30 slides explore this question by looking at pages from a 40 year old reading book, discussing toy shop pictures and looking at/talking about large full screen pictures of old toys.


4. PowerPoint Four —What is the same & what is different?   

15 slides show old and new toys side by side & ask questions to encourage responses from the children.


5. PowerPoint Five —Toys in Art  

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KS1 Toys Then and Now

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These PowerPoints and picture poster packs follow QCA History Unit 1  

How are our toys different from those in the past?


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Toys Then and Now Picture Pack

Pictures, posters and poems - PDFs


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QCA History Unit 1  

How are our toys different from those in the past?


The folder contains:


1. Baby Toys —10 A4 Posters

2. Modern Toys — 6 A4 Posters

3. Old Toys —20 A4 Posters

4. Display Labels—8 A4

5. Vocabulary & Adjective Cards — 60 cards (3 words per A4 sheet)

6. As above (6 words per A4 sheet)

7. Two ‘toys’ worksheets

8. Poem Posters—27 illustrated poems (one poem per A4 sheet)


Publisher files for labels & cards (so you can add more)


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Toys Around The World with Barnaby Bear Click Here

Teddy Bear History Click Here

Toy Shop Shopping Cards  Click Here

 Doll’s House Lotto and Toys Lotto Click Here

KS1 Homes Then and Now

QCA History

Unit 2: What were homes like a long time ago?

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  Homes in other Places Click Here

The Vikings and a Viking Home Click Here

Kings, Knights, Castles - A Castle Home - Click Here



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Homes Then and Now PowerPoints


QCA History Unit 2  What were homes like a long time ago?



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Resource 88

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There are three PowerPoints in this set.


1. PowerPoint One: QCA Section One and Two —What sort of homes do people live in today? 26 slides based on QCA objectives:

To learn that people live in different sorts of home. To talk about houses using appropriate vocabulary. To recognise common external features of domestic dwellings.


2. PowerPoint Two: QCA Section Three — How were homes different long ago from homes today? 10 slides based on QCA objectives : To identify the key features of a home built a long time ago. To identify differences between two homes built at different times.


3. PowerPoint Three: QCA Section Four —What would we find in homes long ago? 24 slides based on QCA objectives: To recognise different rooms and household objects from long ago. To describe the characteristics of household objects from long ago.


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Homes Then and Now Picture Pack - PDFs

QCA History Unit 2  What were homes like a long time ago?



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Picture Pack — Homes and Household Objects Then and Now


1. Houses with labels —28 large posters showing old and new houses with labels.


2. Victorian Rooms—Two (A4) pictures showing cutaway rooms from a Victorian house.


3. Set of 30 Matching Cards —6 pictures per (A4) sheet showing old and new household objects.


4. Doing the Laundry —10 (A4) posters relating to household objects found in a Victorian laundry room.


5. In the Kitchen— 4 (A4) posters relating to a Victorian kitchen


Compliments the PowerPoints above (Resource 88)


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KS1 Going Back In Time - a family history

My dad was born in 1927 and for a long time now has been writing his memories of what it was like for him growing up in Leek, Staffs where he and I were born. His life then was lived much as the Victorians would have lived—cooking on a range, candles in the scullery, gas mantles, no electricity and no indoor bath or toilet. His memories are so detailed it seemed a shame to waste them so here they are, on eight PowerPoints, together with family photographs (to set it all in the context of a family timeline) and original photographs from the Hands on History Museum in Hull. I hope you will find the PowerPoints as useful as I found them enjoyable in the making. My thanks go to my dad Derrick for his memories and old photos and to my sister and my niece Melissa for the new photos they supplied for the timeline.  




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Going Back In Time - PowerPoints



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A Set of eight PowerPoints with lots of photographs of artefacts.


1.  PowerPoint One — Introduction . 32 slides   


2.  PowerPoint Two — Home 21 slides


3.  PowerPoint Three — Bathtime and Cooking 22 slides


4.  PowerPoint Four — Shopping 16 slides


5.  PowerPoint Five — Keeping Warm 12 slides


6.  PowerPoint Six — Wash Day 45 slides with contents page


7.  PowerPoint Seven — Doing the Cleaning 28 slides


8.  PowerPoint Eight — Gas and Electricity 21 slides



A comparison of life then and now.




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 What was it like 85 years ago? This set of 8 PPTs for KS1 and lower KS2 looks at transport, homes, shops bathtime, cooking, keeping warm,  washday, cleaning and finally the arrival of electricity and gas.

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Toys Then and Now - A huge pack of Pictures and Sorting Cards - PDFs only



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QCA History Unit 1  

How are our toys different from those in the past?


The folder contains:


1.     Eighteen A4 pictures  - Dolls and Prams

2.    Thirteen A4 pictures - Soft toys and Puppets

3.     Forty Three A4 pictures - Wheeled Toys

4.    Ten A4 Pictures - Balls and Marbles

5.     Forty  A4 Pictures - Toys Miscellaneous

5a.   Thirty Seven A4 pictures - More Miscellaneous Toys

6.     Set of sorting labels ( 8 per A4 sheet) to use for simple sorting, discussion, Venn and Carroll Diagrams.

6a.   One hundred and fourteen sorting cards to print and use with the sorting labels above (six per A4 sheet)

7.    Nineteen A4 pictures - children playing with toys.


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