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Queen Elizabeth II

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SKU SP34CS900180
Key Stage 2 Special People Year 3 Year 4
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Instantly download three Queen Elizabeth II lesson plans and accompanying resources to teach your Year 3 and Year 4 class all about the longest reigning British monarch in history. Look at her family tree, key events in her life and her role as the British monarch and Head of the Commonwealth.

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#TheCompleteSeries3lessons

In these three lessons your children will be challenged to create a Royal Family tree, discuss the line of succession and the life of Queen Elizabeth II. They will then use this information to create a timeline of her life, or write a biography about her and her achievements. Finally, your class will identify and locate Commonwealth realms and nations on a world map or think carefully about what makes a good monarch and Head of State for many Commonwealth nations.

Want some free resources about Queen Elizabeth II? Check out the Royal Family Tree or our Queen Elizabeth Timeline.

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#Lesson1TheRoyalFamily

In this initial lesson your class will explore and discover how Queen Elizabeth and her family became royal. They will explore some of the traditions of how the crown is passed on to different people and complete and answer questions on the royal family tree.

Alternatively, the children can explore the line of succession and put Royal Family members in order of who is next in line to the British throne.

This lesson comes with everything you need to explore Queen Elizabeth II's family and the Royal Family tree, including differentiated activities, PDF lesson slides and any printable resources to support your class in their independent tasks.

What's included:

  • Lesson Plan
  • Slides
  • Activity ideas
  • Differentiated worksheets
  • Royal Family cards
  • Description sheets
  • Royal Family tree
#Lesson2QueenElizabethsLife

Explore the life of Queen Elizabeth II from her childhood through to today. Look at key events with your class, including marriage, ascension and reign. Your class will learn all about her and how she became Queen.

Challenge your class to use what they know about Queen Elizabeth II to create a timeline of key events in her life. Alternatively, they can write their own biography of the Queen using the provided model text, fact cards and their own research.

This lesson comes with everything you need to teach your class about Queen Elizabeth II's life. The lesson pack includes a detailed lesson plan, PDF lesson slides as well as all the printable resources you'll need to support your class in their independent work.

What's included:

  • Lesson Plan
  • Slides
  • Activity ideas
  • Differentiated worksheets
  • Event cards
  • Biography sheet
  • Challenge cards
  • Fact sheet
#Lesson3WhatdoestheQueendo

In this lesson the children will explore the role of the British monarch as head of state for Britain and other Commonwealth nations.

The children will explore what the Commonwealth is and why the members have come together. They will look at Queen Elizabeth II's role as the Head of State for the Commonwealth realms as well as other roles the Royal Family and the monarch take for Britain.

This lesson challenges your children to identify Commonwealth realms and nations or write a job description for being the British monarch and head of state. Use the printable resources which come with this lesson, as well as the PDF lesson slides and differentiated activity ideas to teach your class all about the role of the British monarch.

What's included:

  • Lesson Plan
  • Slides
  • Activity ideas
  • Differentiated worksheets
  • Challenge cards
  • Example cards
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Curriculum Objectives covered
  • a study of an aspect or theme in British history that extends pupilsโ€™ chronological knowledge beyond 1066

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