It’s all in the past!

historyLast week we looked at timelines as we began our learning about The Stone Age. We looked at BC and AD dates and how to work out which ones came first and where we would place them on a timeline.
I would like to set you two challenges…

1) Can you put these periods of history in chronological (time) order, looking carefully at their dates.
a) The Victorians 1837 – 1901
b) The Bronze Age 3000BC
c) The Tudors 1485 – 1603
d) The Great Fire of London 1666
e) The Stone Age (Neolithic period) 10,000BC
f) The Romans 43AD

2) Can you find out how long ago the Stone Age period was? When did it end? How many periods was it split into?

11 thoughts on “It’s all in the past!

    1. You appear to be enjoying learning about the Stone Age Alesha – what else would you like to find out about it?

  1. The Stone Age (Neolithic period) 10,000BC
    The Bronze Age 3000BC
    The Romans 43AD
    The Tudors 1485 – 1603
    The Great Fire of London 1666
    The Victorians 1837 – 1901

  2. The Stone Age(Neolithic period)10,000
    The Bronze Age 3000BC
    The Victorians 43AD
    The Tudors 1485-1603
    The fire of London 1666
    The Victorians 1837-1901

    1. Hi Charlotte, we are missing you too! We hope that you are getting on well at your new school and enjoying it x

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *