History, culture and the arts
Teach children about religious and cultural festivals around the globe, famous explorers, literary masters and the joys of music.
In this section, children study all things historical, cultural and artisitic.
Using our thorough selection of worksheets and vocabulary exercises, students will have the opportunity to learn about famous figures and events in history and literature along with getting an introduction to both music and festivals around the world.
Inside History, culture and the arts
Teach pupils about famous people and events in world history and discover more about pirates and pre-history in this selection of worksheets.
Introduce young learners to amazing tales from world literature. From Harry Potter to Shakespeare, from the Trojan wars to Greek myths, these cross-cultural worksheets provide an accessible introduction to stories from around the world and encourage full immersion in English.
Introduce young learners to musical instruments and the sounds they make. Teach young learners about marvelous, melodic music, including different groups of musical instruments and famous composers, through these activities.
Encourage an appreciation of different cultures and traditions in this series of activities. The series introduces young learners to festivals from around the globe, encouraging an appreciation of different cultures and traditions, while helping pupils practise sentence formation, consolidate useful vocabulary and learn to follow instructions.