Before the topic starts, everyone is asked what do they want to learn. So in this case of the Stone Age, everyone gets a flame to add what they want to learn over the topic

Before the topic starts, everyone is asked what do they want to learn. So in this case of the Stone Age, everyone gets a flame to add what they want to learn over the topic

Great Fire of London classroom display

If you’re looking for some inspiration for your Great Fire of London classroom display, check out some of these ideas. Discover some facts about the Great Fire of London or learn all about Samuel Pepys, who wrote about the fire in his diary.

Toby and the Great Fire of London (Hopscotch Histories) by Margaret Nash, http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/0749674105/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_sDP-rb1TC81AS

Toby and the Great Fire of London (Hopscotch Histories) by Margaret Nash,


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Pudding :ane bakery role play for Great Fire of London topic.

Pudding Lane bakery role play for Great Fire of London topic.

Great fire of London - simple idea. Using marbling inks to make the back ground and then draw and cut out a skyline. Great skills builder for Year 1/2. (by Sally Maddison)

Great fire of London - simple idea. Using marbling inks to make the back ground and then draw and cut out a skyline. Great skills builder for Year (by Sally Maddison)

Miss Lynch's Class: Great Fire of London Pudding Lane Bakery Role Play

Love this even more because the teacher's name "Miss Lynch's Class: Great Fire of London Pudding Lane Bakery Role Play"

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The Great Fire of London may have been extinguished in 1666 but it was reignited on Friday at a Seven Kings school.

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