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Replica Home Front Documents

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A selection of over twenty replica documents provides insight into life on the home front.
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Literacy Integration

Enhance reading comprehension and information retrieval skills by incorporating literacy into your history lessons using these documents.

Significant Individuals

Teach about significant individuals during the war, helping children understand the roles and contributions of key figures.

Engaging Resources

These documents provide engaging resources that make history lessons more interactive and immersive for children.

Cross-Curricular Learning

Supports cross-curricular learning by integrating history and literacy, enriching both subjects through practical application.

British History

Supports the study of British history by extending pupils' chronological knowledge beyond 1066, as required by the Key Stage 2 curriculum.

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Home Front Documents Replica Pack

A selection of over twenty replica documents provides insight into life on the home front.

Overview

  • To engage children in discussions about historical events and their impact on daily life, a set of over twenty replica documents provides a look at life on the home front during the Second World War. The collection includes war emergency leaflets, household leaflets for rationing and home repairs, and gas charts.

  • These resources support the Key Stage Two history curriculum by extending pupils' chronological knowledge beyond 1066 and offer opportunities for local history studies. They help children understand the significance of historical events and figures through a hands-on approach.

  • Additionally, these documents can enhance reading comprehension skills in English lessons. By retrieving and recording information from non-fiction texts, children develop their ability to understand and interpret historical documents, enriching both history and literacy education.

Supports the National Curriculum

History, Key Stage 2, British History

A study of an aspect or theme in British history that extends pupils’ chronological knowledge beyond 1066.

English, Lower Key Stage 2, Reading - Comprehension

Retrieve and record information from non-fiction.

History, Key Stage 2, Local History

A local history study including time tracing of national history in local area or an aspect of history beyond 1066 significant to the locality.

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    Pack size

  • 20

  • Age Range

  • Suitable for 7 to 11 years

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