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The north side of the Hospitium of St. John. It is one of few remaining buildings from the time of Reading Abbey, when it was used as a dormitory for pilgrims. In 1485 it was extensively altered to become the Royal Grammar School of King Henry VII (later Reading School). Today it is occupied by a children's nursery. For more information see the Wikipedia article Reading Abbey .

The north side of the Hospitium of St. John. It is one of few remaining buildings from the time of Reading Abbey, when it was used as a dormitory for pilgrims. In 1485 it was extensively altered to become the Royal Grammar School of King Henry VII (later Reading School). Today it is occupied by a children's nursery. For more information see the Wikipedia article Reading Abbey .

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Remember our Prayer Rocks ? Here below is another free printable poem to go with them. Use these as bookmarks, tags or what eve.

Build your own Rube Goldberg Machine™! Use this great list of task ideas to choose the type of machine you want to build, gather some of the materials on our big list and make your own machine. Super fun learning opportunities throughout the whole process. Click to get the lists.

Rube Goldberg Ideas: Tasks & Materials to Make a Machine

Build your own Rube Goldberg Machine™! Use this great list of task ideas to choose the type of machine you want to build, gather some of the materials on our big list and make your own machine. Super fun learning opportunities throughout the whole process

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Kylemore Abbey (Irish: Mainistir na Coille Móire) is a Benedictine monastery founded in 1920 years ago) on the grounds of Kylemore Castle, in Connemara, County Galway, Ireland. The abbey was found

Margaret of Anjou was strong-willed. She tried to protect the Lancastrian cause as her husband succumbed to mental illness. Her forceful approach may have eventually been her downfall, but her work was not entirely wasted.

Margaret of Anjou wife of Lancastrian Henry VI. When Henry was deemed mentally incompetent, Margaret restyled herself a warrior-queen. She led several victories during the War of the Roses. Her only child was slain in battle by Edward VI.

Derelict farm, north-west of Lindley

Derelict farm, north-west of Lindley

Queen Maud-Matilda 1st legitimate female sovereign of England, denied her crown because she was a woman. ancestress of Marie Queen of Scots.

Empress Matilda - Daughter of King Henry I and Queen Matilda of Scotland. Fought for the English throne against King Stephen, but lost. Married twice, first to Emperor Henry V and then to Geoffrey V, Count of Anjou. She had three sons.

Matilda of Scotland, Queen of England (12th c.)

Matilda of Scotland, Queen of England wife of Henry I. Her first daughter Euphemia died soon after birth.

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