Developed an understanding of conceptsWe used this book to learn about Tudor houses, weapons, clothing etc, before going on a class trip to a Tudor house/experience day. The Living Paintings book enabled my child to develop an understanding of concepts, particularly large-scale things like houses which he cannot see, and this allowed him to enjoy the class trip (and the whole topic of Tudors in general) infinitely more than without it.Parent
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This educational resource is designed to support History, Key Stage 2, on the National Curriculum. With the added fun of traveling back in time and meeting various Tudor characters, the atmospheric experience of this resource will no doubt delight and inspire readers. This resource includes Tudor royalty and famous faces, and John, Ruth and Jude tell us about everyday life in the time of Henry VIII. They describe housing, costume and religion as well as weapons, agriculture and transport. This educational resource may support other subjects across the National Curriculum and is great for home-schooling, homework-help, project work and independent learning.
Listen to an audio clip
I ducked out of the crowd, and ran towards the castle at Southsea. The fleet, followed by the crowd on land, rounded the headland where the castle was and set off into the channel. Lined up on the ship's decks were soldiers and archers, all armed ready to fight the French. The men all cheered when the Mary Rose, the flag ship- that's the lead ship- rounded the corner. I just caught a glimpse of Captain Roger Grenville, standing high up on the aftercastle of the Mary Rose. I could see the barber surgeon, who would treat any wounded sailors, standing gazing out to sea. Even the cooks were on deck. They had finished stowing away the supplies of salt beef, salt fish and ship's biscuits that would feed the crew, and were waving goodbye to their loved ones on shore.
- A collection of raised tactile pictures.
- Audio descriptions with music and sound effects in your chosen format of either CD or USB.
- An A4 large print colour image pack.
- Guidance notes for parents and teachers to help you make the most of using this book.
- An ‘Articles for the Blind’ returns label for the free and convenient return of the box.
Touch to see image list
Ruth in the Kitchen
Jude in the kitchen
Elizabeth I when princess
Portrait of Henry VIII
Jousting and Archery
The Mary Rose
The Noble Impe
Law and Order
A Great Pack... perfect to aid inclusion in a mainstream setting.Library Member
Great resourceGreat resource used alongside sighted peers. Especially enjoyed the sections on kitchen and law and order. The resource allowed the student to fully participate in the class topic. Student loved the thermoforms and listening to the different characters.Rose
A lot of use in classWe get a lot of use in class not only from the visually impaired child I work with, but the other children like to see it too.Library Member