Year 3 Tudor Fact Homework

Date: 17th Dec 2015 @ 8:43am

After Christmas we are going to be learning all about the royal Tudor family and the people who lived around that time. 
I would like you to...

1.) Find a fact about Tudor times and write it in the comments section.
2.) Tell me something you'd like to find out about those times.


Have a lovely Christmas, keep up the incredible reading and I shall see you all in the New Year all ready to learn!


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Pawel wrote:

The Tudor reign lasted from 1485 to 1603. The Tudors were a Welsh-English Family That ruled England and Wales from 1485 to 1603-one of the most exiting periods of the British history. The Tudors ruled for 118 years and during their reign encoureged new religous Ideas overseas exploration and colonisation.

Pawel wrote:

I want to Learn what they look like

EVIE k wrote:

1.Henry vill is probably the most selfish man ever.2.Henry vill is probably the most well mown king ever.

Bobby wrote:

During 118 years of Tudor rule, England became richer than ever. As the country became wealthier towns grew by building houses and schools were set up.

I would like to find out if they have whips/canes at school.

kaden wrote:

Tudors where some of the most colourful people in history. did children go to school.

kaden wrote:

can we paint Henry.


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