Anne Boleyn was one of Catherine of Aragon's ladies in waiting when Henry VIII fell in love with her. When the Pope refused to grant him a divorce, Henry split with the Catholic Church, set up the Church of England and married Anne.
Anne was pregnant when they married but went on to give birth to a girl, Elizabeth. Two years later and no male heir and Henry tired of Anne.
Henry had Anne tried for adultery which, for a Queen, meant treason. It is likely that Anne was innocent, but she was found guilty. Henry had their marriage disolved and Anne was beheaded.
Use our Anne Boleyn notebooking pages, complete with her portrait, to store what you've learned about her. There are two versions to choose from below.
Our simple Tudor Family Tree printable shows the Tudor family - which had arguably three of the strongest monarchs ever to sit on the English throne: Henry VII, his son Henry VIII, and his daughter Elizabeth I.
Here's a Tudor history worksheet with a difference! The rhyme "Divorced, Beheaded, Died, Divorced, Beheaded, Survived" tells the story of King Henry VIII and his many young wives. Can the kids match the wives to their place in the rhyme?