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Tudor Five Stones Game

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Enhance historical knowledge with a unique game played in various forms for thousands of years.
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Traditional Gameplay

The game involves throwing and catching stones, similar to Jacks, and enhances fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.

Historical Relevance

Supports Key Stage 2 History curriculum and provides a tangible connection to Tudor artefacts and daily life.

Enquiry Skills

Encourages children to use enquiry skills to guess the game's purpose before learning it, fostering critical thinking.

Portable Design

Comes with a leather pouch for easy storage and transport, making it convenient for classroom use and outdoor activities.

British History

Aligns with the aim of extending pupils’ chronological knowledge beyond 1066 through studying an aspect or theme in British history.

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Tudor Five Stones Game

Enhance historical knowledge with a unique game played in various forms for thousands of years.

Overview

  • The TTS Tudor Five Stones game offers an engaging way to explore historical games and their evolution. Similar to Jacks, it involves throwing all five stones in the air and catching as many as possible on the back of the same hand. Each wooden piece measures 1x1cm and comes with a leather pouch for easy storage and transport. This encourages enquiry skills by having children guess the game's purpose.

  • This game supports the Key Stage 2 History curriculum by providing a hands-on experience of British history. It helps extend children's chronological knowledge beyond 1066 by studying Tudor artefacts. Teachers can use it to illustrate aspects of daily life during the Tudor period, making history lessons more interactive and memorable.

  • The TTS Tudor Five Stones game develops fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Its simple yet challenging nature makes it suitable for various educational activities. It is a valuable addition to any geography and history educational collection.

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.

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    Pack size

  • 5

  • Material

  • Wood

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