Game - Back in time with... Astonishing Activists
Be an astonishing activist!
Take a trip back in time with the people who wanted to change the world.
- Stand up to racism with Nelson!
- After spending 27 years in prison, Nelson became the first black President of South Africa and encouraged peace between people of all races. You can help Nelson to spread his message.
- Find out more about Nelson's life.
- Protest for women's rights with Emmeline!
- Emmeline formed the Women’s Social and Political Union, known as 'suffragettes', and fought for women to have the right to vote. Help to find supporters for Emmeline's campaigns.
- Find out more about Emmeline's life.
- Fight racism with Rosa!
- Rosa refused to give up her seat on a bus for a white person. Her actions helped to change the law and make life fairer for black people in America. Be an activist and help Rosa to end segregation.
- Find out more about Rosa's life.
- Try to escape from prison with Guy!
- Guy joined a group who plotted to blow up Parliament, in protest at the King's treatment of Catholics. Bonfire Night marks the anniversary of the failed plot. See if you can set off the fireworks!
- Find out more about Guy's life.
There's so much to play and learn in this fun KS1 history game about the significant people who changed the world.