Exploring History Key Stage 2

Engage students curiosity for ancient history at KS2 and inspires young historians.

Our History resource collection is designed to ignite students’ interest in history. Through interactive maps, facts, quizzes, and rich timelines, engage students curiosity!

Ancient Greece

Who were the ancient Greeks? Specially designed for kids, with voice-overs, fun facts and interactive games to help children build essential knowledge of ancient history at home and in school. Find out what life was like in Ancient Greece, Learn about the Olympics, Greek mythology and much more.

Ancient Rome

Who were the ancient Romans? Specially designed for learning with voice-overs, fun facts and interactive games to help children build essential knowledge of ancient history at home and in school. Find out what life was like in Ancient Rome, learn about the Roman empire, the Gladiators, write your age using Roman numerals and more..

The Vikings

Who Were The Vikings? Specially designed for kids, with voice-overs, fun facts and interactive games to help children build essential knowledge of Ancient history at home and in school. Find out what life was like in Viking times, build your own Longship, write your name using ancient runic alphabet and learn about the raids!

Famous Explorers

From the Vikings to modern-day astronauts, human beings have always set to explore new territories! Explorers make journeys into the unknown to discovers new things and document their findings. Find out about the lives of significant individuals from the past who have contributed to exceptional achievements, discoveries and how they changed the way people viewed the world.

The Victorians

Who Were The Victorians? Specially designed for kids, with voice-overs, fun facts and interactive features to help children build essential knowledge of history at home and in school. Find out about Daily Life in Victorian Britain, follow the timeline and learn about the British Empire as well as the Industrial revolution.

World War One

How did the First World War start and why? What was it like being a soldier in the trenches? What did it mean to go over the top? The first fully interactive timeline to learn about the First War, narrated by children.

Discover more exciting and engaging history and social study resources at HistoryApps

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