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Exploring Through Time - PowerPoints

Why do people explore?



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There are two PowerPoints which are suitable for Y2 and lower KS2


1. PowerPoint One — Famous Explorers — 37 slides — What is an explorer? Explorers include - Sir Ranulf Fiennes, Jacques Cousteau, Apollo Moon Landing, Sir Edmund Hillary &  Tenzing Norgay, Robert Falcon Scott,  Roald Amundsen. Also has a timeline.


PowerPoint Two — Exploration — 25 slides — Why do people explore the world and space today?



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KS1 history - explorers, invaders and settlers KS2

KS1 Explorers through Time - Why do people explore? KS2

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These two PowerPoints could be used to introduce a unit on Tudor Exploration in KS2 or could be used by themselves within a topic on exploration in KS1.

Explorers and Exploration

See also Tudor Exploration

Captain Cook (below)

Sir Francis Drake Click Here

Sir Walter Raleigh Click Here

KS1 Sea and Seafarers - Captain Cook KS2

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What are/were the effects of exploration? Why do/did people explore?
Objectives:
Children should learn the reasons for exploration
Activities: Discuss with the children why people explore the world and space today.
List the reasons why people explore the world today on a flip chart or white board.
Ask the children to show reasons for exploration then and now.
Discuss the reasons that are the same and the ones that are different.

Outcomes: Children: record reasons for exploration and identify similarities and differences between exploration then and now

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Captain James Cook - PowerPoints




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Resource 253

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There are four PowerPoints


1. PowerPoint One - James Cook - 30 slides -Introduction—James Cook’s Early life Who was he? How did he become famous?


2. PowerPoint Two -The Endeavour - 26 slides -The voyage of the

Endeavour


3. PowerPoint Three -Voyage to Antarctica - 28 slides - Cook’s 2nd

Voyage


4. PowerPoint Four -The Final Voyage -24 slides -the final voyage and death of Captain Cook.


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See also: resource 176 The Pirate Pack  Click Here

   


Resource 252 Pirates! Pirate History Click Here

KS1 The Vikings - Explorers and Settlements KS2

Finding out about the Vikings and Viking Homes

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Viking Invasion

Viking Long ships

Viking Settlements

Viking Clothes

Viking Society

Viking Longhouse

Viking Crafts

How do we know about the Vikings?

Who were the Vikings?

Where did they come from?

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Around 25 years ago the remains of a Viking farm were discovered on the Lofoten islands in Norway.

The farm had once belonged to one of the most powerful Norwegian Viking Chieftains.

The picture pack contains photographs taken at the Viking Museum and show what it was like inside a

Viking Chieftain's Longhouse.
With thanks to Stuart and Anne Pouncett for the photographs taken on their trip to Norway.

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Finding out about the Vikings - PowerPoints




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Resource 190

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There are five PowerPoints and 27 Posters to Print


1. PowerPoint One — Finding Out About The Vikings  — 30 slides


2. PowerPoint Two — Viking Invasion — 14 slides


3. PowerPoint Three — Viking Settlements — 25 slides


4. PowerPoint Four — Viking People — 26 slides


5. PowerPoint Five — A Viking Chieftain -Based on the Viking Museum at Borg on the  Lofoten islands in northern Norway

36 slides


6. Pictures to talk about 27 A4 pictures and photographs to print and use for display. With thanks to Stuart and Anne Pouncett who took photographs at the Viking Museum in Norway and donated them for use here.


7. Six sheets of writing paper with large pictures.


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Viking Resources for Y2 and lower KS2

KS1  Kings, Knights, Castles - A Castle Home KS2

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KS1 and lower  KS2

Kings Knights and Castles

Motte and Bailey Castles

Stone Built Castles

Becoming a Knight

 A Castle Home



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Kings, Knights, Castles - PowerPoints




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Resource 191

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There are six  PowerPoints and 19 pictures to print


1. PowerPoint One -Kings, Knights and Castles — 25 slides


2. PowerPoint Two - Castles Part One - Motte and Bailey — 26 slides


3. PowerPoint Three - Castles Part Two -Stone Built Castles - 40 slides


4. PowerPoint Four - Becoming a Knight — 17 slides


5. PowerPoint Five - A Castle As A Home — 28 slides


6. PowerPoint Six -The Castle attack Song with music.


7. Pictures of castles to talk about 19 A4 pictures to print and use for display


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