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Just how do historians find out about the past? It can be challenging to demonstrate this in a concrete, practical way, but add some broken pieces of pottery, costume jewellery and soil to a coordinates grid and you’ll make the connections between maths and history come alive.
This lesson gives children a great opportunity to have a hands-on experience, allowing them to develop their knowledge and skills in a memorable way.
It has been designed to accompany a topic based around the Saxons, but is easily adaptable for other historical periods.
Abby King has worked in KS1 and 2 and currently teaches at an inner-city primary school in Birmingham. Find her on at abbykingwrites.com and follow her on Twitter at @abbykingwrites.
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