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Tudor Activity Sheets
(31 Pages for 7.50)

Available Tudor Sheets

Tudors Sheets

Tudor Costume Sheet 1

This sheet shows pictures of two people from the reign of King Henry VIII: A man and a woman. You are asked to describe how they look different from how we dress today. Were they rich or poor?


Tudor Costume Sheet 2

This sheet shows pictures of two different people from the reign of King Henry VIII: A man and a woman. You are asked to describe how they look different from how we dress today. Were they rich or poor?


Tudor Town Sheet

This sheet shows a picture of a typical Tudor town (it's actually Windsor in Berkshire). Can you spot the listed people, animals and places amongst all the hustle and bustle?


Tudor Houses Sheet

This sheet shows pictures of typical Tudor houses: rich and poor. The rich man's house is based on Sutton Place in Surrey. Count the floors and work out the number of rooms. What went on in them?


Tudor Kitchen Sheet

This double page sheet has a big picture of a Tudor kitchen with lots of strange items in it. Can you use the list and descriptions to work out what everything is called?


Tudor Medicine Logic Problem Sheet

Read the clues and use the table to record the information which will help you logically work out details of the four 'humours' that dominated Tudor medical ideas. Same as the Medieval Medicine Logic Problem.


Draw a Tudor Rose Sheet

Four pages of instructions, diagrams and templates to help you draw the perfect Tudor Rose.

Not available as a free sample. 

Battle of Bosworth Sheet

Draw the animals on the banners of Richard III and Henry VII. Which country's flag does one remind you of? Look at the numbers and pick out the facts. Do they add up? 

Tudor Arthurian Heritage Sheet

Henry VII was proud of his Welsh heritage going back to King Arthur. Find out how they were related and what Henry did to let everybody know.

Henry VII's Rivals to the Throne Sheet

Once Henry VII took the Crown, there were still had lots of people who people thought had a better claim than him. Can you work out who the pictures are of and what happened to them?

Henry VII the Money Maker Sheet

Henry VII was a well-known miser. Read through suggestions for making and saving money. Can you give him some help with deciding the ones to follow?

Tudor Finger Puppets Sheet

Make six of your very own Tudor finger puppets with this easy-to-use cut-out sheet: Henry VIII and people from his court, some well-known, others anonymous. 

Six Wives of Henry VIII Finger Puppets Sheet

Make your very own six wives of Henry VIII finger puppets with this easy-to-use cut-out sheet.  


Remembering who were the Six Wives of Henry VIII Sheet

This sheet gives lots of hints and tips for remembering the names, the order and what happened to the six wives of Henry VIII. You can even have a go at producing your own way of remembering.

Not available as a free sample. 

Six Wives of Henry VIII Sheet

This sheet shows Henry & his six wives. Use the tricks you have learnt with the 'Remembering' sheet to fill in their Christian names, their order & symbols for what happened to them.


Divorce Arguments Sheet

Here is Catherine of Aragon being visited by King Henry's commissioners. They are using lots of arguments to try and persuade her to agree to a divorce. Which would you use and in what order?

Letter to Thomas Cromwell Sheet

This sheet suggests a scenario from the time of the Dissolution of the Monasteries and asks you to write a letter about it to Thomas Cromwell.



Grand Monastic Sale Sheet

Henry VIII dissolved the monasteries, but what was it that he wanted from them? Use this two-page sheet to identify things he took. Were they worth a little, a lot or nothing at all?

Not available as a free sample. 

Dissolution Deals Sheet

Land was the most popular thing that people bought from the King when he dissolved the monasteries. How much did it cost? Was it a good deal? Read this two-page sheet and answer the questions.

Not available as a free sample. 

Monastery Conversions Sheet

What happened to monastery buildings after the monasteries were dissolved? Use this sheet to find out as you explore Reading Abbey in Berkshire, Titchfield Abbey in Hampshire & Buckland Abbey n Devon.


Mary Rose Sheet

Use this two page working model of the Henry VIII's famous ship, the Mary Rose, to help it sink and have the Captain's wife faint - just like the real thing.

Not available as a free sample. 

Elizabethan Finger Puppets Sheet

Make six of your very own Elizabethan finger puppets with this easy-to-use cut-out sheet: Elizabeth I and well-known men from her court. 


Painting Elizabeth I Sheet

Elizabeth I was always painted looking good. Now draw her as she really looked using the suggested ideas or maybe some of your own.


The Robsart Mystery Sheet

Lord Robert Dudley's wife has been found dead in Cumnor Place. Can you solve the mystery and work out who wanted her dead?!


Single Free Sample Request

If you let us know what school you're at (if you're a teacher) or what county/state you're in (for others), you can request a single free sample by mailing . Please remember to let us know which one you'd like (but note that some sheets are excluded from this offer). 

More Info

We have a wide range of British history activity sheets for kids available. They are very competitively priced and contain many more illustrations than other sheets on the market: all exclusive to Nash Ford Publishing. You can purchase them very cheaply in sets organised by subject. All sheets are shown and described above. Some are quick, some are longer and take more thought or involve making things. Most are single pages, but some are more. Some can be used straight off. Others are designed to be used after a little learning, which our Early British Kingdoms website can help with of course. All of them double as colouring sheets and will keep your pupils or children amused for hours. For activity sheets from other periods of British history, click here.


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