Here are three of our clever origami booklets (folding instructions here) dedicated to the wives of King Henry VIII. One has pictures and dates, one has pictures, dates and facts, and one has just pictures and has been left blank for your own notes.
Enjoy this Tudor family tree and our Tudor "coin" printables - print them and colour in, or even use as mini-booklets. And don't forget our Tudor notebooking pages and booklets, too.
Here's a fun drawing activity with a historical twist! When Henry's third wife (Jane Seymour) died, he was sent paintings of noble women from around Europe to look at. Can the children draw a picture of a potential new bride for Henry in the ornate frame?
Colour in this coin from the reign of King Edward VI, then cut out and either use as the cover for a booklet, or glue the two sides together.
Here is the front and back of a typical coin from Henry VII's reign, showing his profile. Colour in, cut out and fold in half - or use it as the cover for a little booklet on Henry VII, perhaps.
Here is the front and back of a coin from Henry VIII's reign, showing the king's head. Colour in, cut out and fold - or use as the covers of a little booklet on this most famous of Tudor kings!
We've managed to condense the eventful life and reign of one of England's most famous kings, Henry VIII into a two-page fact sheet. A perfect starting point if you're learning about this famous Tudor monarch.
With our step by step printable guide you can learn to draw Queen Elizabeth I with her large, elaborate dress.
Like other monarchs, Mary 1 had coins issued during her reign - here is an example of one for the kids to colour in.
Are you working on a Tudor project? Here's a very regal Queen Elizabeth I poster to print and display.
We have two sets of these Tudor coins. They make a fun classroom activity, and you can use them for sorting for the kings and queens into order, too. Or how about writing a fact or two inside each coin?
Print out these coins from the Tudor kings and queens. Colour, cut out and fold. We have two sets available.
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.