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Replica WW2 Incendiary Bomb

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An accurate replica of an incendiary bomb dropped during World War II.
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Accurate Replica

Providing a realistic touchpoint for history lessons, this replica accurately represents the incendiary bombs used during World War Two.

Educational Tool

Helps children understand the impact of air raids and extends their chronological knowledge beyond 1066, supporting Key Stage Two studies on British history.

Interactive Learning

Illustrates the challenges faced by Britain and Europe from 1901 to the present day, enhancing Key Stage Three history lessons.

Global Context

The replica highlights the significance of global interconnections. It aids in the study of significant societies and issues in world history, enhancing understanding of key events.

British History

Provides a tangible link to past events, supporting the study of British history, particularly the impact of World War II.

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WW2 Replica Resin Incendiary Bomb 25cm

An accurate replica of an incendiary bomb dropped during World War II.

Overview

  • Understanding the impact of air raids on Britain during World War Two is crucial for students. The replica WW2 incendiary bomb offers a hands-on experience that enhances history lessons by providing a tangible connection to these events. This realistic artefact helps students visualise and grasp the historical context more effectively.

  • In Key Stage 2, it supports studies on British history, specifically extending children’s chronological knowledge beyond 1066. By incorporating this replica, students gain a deeper understanding of the challenges faced during the war.

  • For Key Stage 3, the replica aids in exploring the broader historical context of Britain, Europe, and the wider world from 1901 to the present day. It helps illustrate significant societies or issues in world history and their interconnections with other global developments. Constructed from plastic, it accurately represents the bombs used during air raids. Note that colours may vary from the image shown.

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.

History, Key Stage 3, 1901 to Present Day

Challenges for Britain, Europe and the wider world 1901 to the present day.

History, Key Stage 3, Significant World History

At least one study of a significant society or issue in world history and its interconnections with other world developments.

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    Material

  • Plastic

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    Length

  • 25 cm

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