You’ve discovered our Religion and History index page which is still in its early stages. There are some links to other websites but we have plenty of original resources for children and teenagers too. As time allows we will be releasing many more original colouring pages including Bible stories, the Romans and the Greeks. History and religion provide us with fascinating glimpses into the past of how people lived, fought, worked and worshipped.
Historians and researchers continue to make new discoveries on an almost weekly basis which reveal more facts and answers and trivia about the past …. and fresh interpretations of the Bible. Whether children are religious or atheists it is difficult not to be fascinated by the very idea of an enormous ark full of animals floating around for 40 days!
Our original Adam and Eve Colouring Pages are a great resource for bible studies or Religious Education (RE) lessons for younger children at home, school, church or Sunday School. We have created six free printable colouring pages showing the story of Adam, Eve and the Serpent in the Garden of Eden as described in the Bible in Genesis 1.
If you need some Noah’s Ark Colouring Sheets then we can help with six printable PDF format colouring pages each showing a different stage in Noah’s amazing story. The message from God, through animals entering ‘two by two’, to a dove with an olive leaf, our images can help with your religious activities or bible essons whether at home, school or church.
This handful of Moses Coloring Pages comprises a collection of links to websites which offer plenty of free printables covering the miracles and events during Moses’ life. All of the most famous bible stories are covered including the burning bush, Ten Commandments and the parting of the Red Sea.
We have some quiz questions on religious festivals and celebration too.
The literary genius William Shakespeare has his own printable PDF documents … not written with a quill of course. There are two versions of a quiz about Shakespeare (the same questions but one has multiple choice answers) for kids and teenagers all about Shakespeare’s life and works. There’s also a printable Shakespeare wordsearch and a unique, fun and informative ‘Shakespeare Code’ puzzle to uncover some of his famous quotations.
Our action packed World War 2 Plane Colouring Pages and our WW2 Plane Quiz Sheets are perfect for a World War 2 project especially one that focuses on the famous Battle of Britain which changed the course of the war in Europe. Our unique collection of printable line drawing images include Wellington bombers, the iconic Supermarine Spitfire, Avro Lancaster bomber and P-51 Mustang.
** Coming Soon ** Winston Churchill was Great Britain’s Prime Minister during World War 2. By leading the country to victory he gained an international reputation that meant he had the ear of the word’s politicians for long after the end of the war. We’ve put together an on-line multiple choice quiz about Winston Churchill’s life to test your knowledge about this famous British statesman who famously said “… we shall defend our Island, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender”.
Travel through time with our History of Inventions Game and learn about a few of the many inventions that have appeared over the last 500 years. You’ll just need a dice and some counters to travel through history and there’s a simple template to make your own version of the game too.
Our Roman Activities and Quizzes page is a collection of links to several resources for learning about the Romans and the mighty Roman Empire. By about AD100 the Romans had reached and conquered England which remained in their Empire for around 300 years. To this day much of Europe is still influenced by their original laws, skills and culture.
There are numerous Greek Gods and Goddesses who form part of an amazing area of Greek mythology …. the stories and legends of which hugely influenced the people of ancient Greece. They weren’t just story tellers though; the Greek Empire covered much of Europe in the 2000 years BC.