All the games are designed for children aged 5-7, who are studying at key
Stage 1 level.
This activity has been created for children to read in conjunction with
their parent/guardian. Aimed at key Stage 1 children it encourages children
to develop a knowledge and understanding of people and changes in the past.
It also develops children's historical enquiry skills. As the user
investigates each room, boxes will sometimes appear providing further
explanantions for objects in each room.
This engaging game develops childrens understanding of the concept of
chronology and the notion of the passing of time. Users are taught to place
objects in a chronological order, and see the development of objects over
time - in this instance modes of transport.
This game encourages children to see history from a local and personal
perspective. Set in childrens bedrooms in the 1950s and the year 2000, this
game encourages users to compare and contrast objects. The game also assists
with childrens understanding of chronology and historical enquiry. The use
of personal objects which children see in their day to day life ensures that
children start to see history from a personal perspective.