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Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: Investigating Castles: Part 2 (Comparing Past and Present)

This week was a short week due to a holiday and a snow day, but it gave us enough time to dive into how life was different in the Medieval days compared to today! Through our research, we have found out that things were very different in those days! To show how things were different, we decided to turn the inside of our room into a great hall. We created a Then/Now T-chart to organize the differences we had learned. Unfortunately I forgot to get a picture of it. Then we used it to decide…

Castles - Jobs of the people who lived in castles.

A wonderfully crafted, tried and tested resource. Included in this resource pack: An informative Notebook presentation to introduce the roles of the different people who would have lived and worked in castles.

For those of you writing epic or swords and sorcery fantasy, or anything set in Medieval times, this post is for you.  Chances are that somewhere in your story there will be a castle and you will n…

For those of you writing epic or swords and sorcery fantasy, or anything set in Medieval times, this post is for you. Chances are that somewhere in your story there will be a castle and you will n…

Mini Architecture Guide: Medieval Castle Vocabulary - only on Road Trips around the World

Love Medieval Castle but feel lost when visiting one? Get your free mini architecture guide to learn the important vocabulary and enjoy your next visit!

Differentiated for all abilities, this activity is a 'royally' good resource for children learning about castles to practice labelling the different parts of a castle! Choose from labels, clues or no clues dependent on each individual child. Includes answer sheet. Supports the following area of learning within Key Stage 1: History.

It's a fun activity for children to learn more about castles. Choose the level of difficulty to match the child's needs. Supports KS1's National Curriculum.

Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: Investigating Castles: Part 1

This investigation has really been a fun challenge for me! I have never had a group of kids desire to study castles and the Medeavil days before so we are all learning new things together! I went into Christmas break starting my own investigation on how to teach this subject and integrate the standards and came out more excited about this inquiry than any other! The amount of standards that this investigation will cover was staggering! I was as excited as the kids to get started! We started…

Good general idea of all of the various modular pieces. Ones of great notice are the walls, archways, ramparts, and pillars. Ones such as stairs not important.

Good general idea of all of the various modular pieces. Ones of great notice are the walls, archways, ramparts, and pillars. Ones such as stairs not important.