Victorian period Elizabethan period 1500 1800 Elizabeth II

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Victorian period Elizabethan period 1500 1800 Elizabeth II Present day monarch 2000

Victorian period Elizabethan period 1500 1800 Elizabeth II Present day monarch 2000

What are the key facts? Move the information on the cards onto either Elizabeth

What are the key facts? Move the information on the cards onto either Elizabeth I or Queen Victoria on your activity sheet.

What are the key facts? Move the information on the cards onto either Elizabeth

What are the key facts? Move the information on the cards onto either Elizabeth I or Queen Victoria on your activity sheet.

What are the key facts? Move the information on the cards onto either Elizabeth

What are the key facts? Move the information on the cards onto either Elizabeth I or Queen Victoria on your activity sheet. “Babington with his Complices in St. Giles fields”, etching with engraving showing Anthony Babington meeting with his co conspirators on the eve of his plot. One of these people, John Babington, set up a secret group of men who planned to kill Elizabeth knew that she was always in danger and had many spies to protect her. One of her spies found out about Babington and his men and they were all arrested and killed! This was the last straw for Mary Queen of Scots too, and Elizabeth had her executed as well.

What are the key facts? Move the information on the cards onto either Elizabeth

What are the key facts? Move the information on the cards onto either Elizabeth I or Queen Victoria on your activity sheet.

What are the key facts? Move the information on the cards onto either Elizabeth

What are the key facts? Move the information on the cards onto either Elizabeth I or Queen Victoria on your activity sheet. Times of Great Change England also began to buy and sell goods much more in different countries and Sir Francis Drake became the first man to sail all around the Earth.

What are the key facts? Move the information on the cards onto either Elizabeth

What are the key facts? Move the information on the cards onto either Elizabeth I or Queen Victoria on your activity sheet. Times of Great Change Many people had to move from the countryside into the towns and cities to find a job working in factories, rather than on farms. The rule of Queen Victoria (1837 – 1901) is called the Victorian era, a time when there was great change in people’s lives. During this time, there was the Industrial Revolution when machines were developed that could run whole factories. Many more ships, buildings and bridges were built. The car and the steam train were invented during the reign of Queen Victoria which has changed the way people live, work and travel ever since.