Monarchs Henry VII was the first Tudor king. Henry VII fought the battle of Bosworth against Richard III in 1485. Henry VIII had 6 wives: Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard and Catherine Parr. Henry VIII had 3 kids: Mary I, Edward I and Elizabeth I. Mary I nickname was Bloody Mary. Edward I died at the age of 15.
The Tudors Fashion Men were likely to wear linen shirts with a padded doublet possibly with another jacket over that. Leg wear was likely to be stockings and breeches. Women would have a petticoat, bodice and a hooped skirt with padded hips.
Tudor children Children Long hours studying and working didn't stop Tudor children having fun and playing games. Toys were often made from wood or materials which were easily available, such as clay, stone and animal bones. Pig bladders were blown up to make footballs, hoops were made from old barrels, and pebbles or cherry stones were used to play marbles or jacks.
The Six Wives 1509 - 1533 Divorced Catherine Of Aragon 1533 - 1536 Executed Anne Boleyn 1536 - 1537 Died Jane Seymour 1540 Jan- July Divorced Anne Of Cleves 1540 – 1542 Kathryn Howard Executed Katherine Parr 1543 - 1547 Widowed
Shakespeare is one of the most famous people in history for his plays,his theatre (the Globe theatre) and for setting it on fire during a play. His most famous play was Macbeth
Shakespeare was born on 26 th April1564 he died on the 23th April 1616. In Victorian times they declared him a genius. He retired play writing at the age of 49. 3 years before his death. He married Anne Hathway. He was catholic.
Shakespeare has wrote many plays in his time here are some. Hamlet,King Lear,Othello,Macbeth,Julius Ceaser,Troilous, Cresside, Romeo and Juliet,Loves Labours Won,Richard11,Alls Well that Ends Well, Measure for Measure,A Mid-summer’s night Dream
Shakespeare made some people spend hours making 1 pen Shakespeare also had a tiny car in one of his plays Weird facts Shakespeare also had a rope fall on a show
Some people have conflict about this lady if she was a queen or not! Really she was only queen for nine days so they called her nine day queen but really her real name was Jane Gray she was Henry VII great – grand - daughter.
You might ask why she was not queen. She was not queen because she did not have a coronation, so she is officially not queen.
Jane Grey was married and her married name was Jane Dudley. From 1536/1537 – 12 February 1554. She was a cousin to Edward VI. After nine days she was executed because no one thought she was the right queen. She was the eldest daughter of Henry Grey the first Duke of Suffolk and Lady Frances Brandon.
Ann Boleyn 1533-1536 marriage and died Catherine of Aragon 1509-1533 marriage and divorce Jane Seymour 1536-1537 Anne of Cleves 1540 Jan July divorced Kathryn Howard 1540-1542 Katherine Parr m1543-1547 widowed
Lady Jane grey was born on-1537 Lady Jane grey was proclaimed queen 10 July 1553 Executed 12 February 1554 Buried 12 February 1554 Queen for nine days
Only rich people were allowed to hunt deer. Most farmers could hunt foxes but poor people could only hunt for hares. Football was different to how it was then they didn’t have set numbers or team players. Tennis is one of the oldest sports during the Tudor times it was most of the time played indoors Jousting was a popular sport in the Tudor times especially in King Henry’s eyes.
Born: 28 June 1491 Greenwich Palace Accession: 21 April 1509 Coronation: 24 June 1509 Westminster Abbey Died: 28 January 1547 Whitehall Palace Buried: 16 February 1547 St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle Born: 28 January 1457 Pembroke Castle, Wales Accession: 22 August 1485 Battle of Bosworth Field Coronation: 30 October 1485 Westminster Abbey Died: 21 April 1509 Richmond Palace Buried: 11 May 1509 Westminster Abbey Born: 7 September 1533 Greenwich Palace Became Queen: 17 November 1558 Coronation: 15 January 1559 Westminster Abbey Died: 24 March 1603 Richmond Palace Buried: 28 April 1603 Westminster Abbey Born: 18 February 1516 Greenwich Palace Proclaimed Queen: 19 July 1553 St. Paul's Cathedral, London Coronation: 1 October 1553 Westminster Abbey Died: 17 November 1558 St. James's Palace Buried: 14 December 1558 Westminster Abbey Born: 12 October 1537 Hampton Court Palace Accession: 28 January 1547 Coronation: 20 February 1547 Westminster Abbey Died: 6 July 1553 Greenwich Buried: 8 August 1553 Westminster Abbey
The poor had to make their own toys but the rich bought hand carved painted toys. Rich Poor
Tudor toys are different to what we have today. Tudor toys Our toys
Tudor children played games outside after school. They played hoop and stick,cricket, Hop scotch, Tennis, marbles', cup and ball and football. TUDORS PLAYED FOOTBALL WITH A PIGS BLADDER! NOT A FOOTBALL LIKE WE DO_
If you were a Tudor what would your favourite toy be ? Hoop and stick_ Tennis_ Cricket_ Hopscotch_ Marbles_ Cup and ball_ Football_ ?????????????????????????????????? ???????
Henry VIII was the Tudor King was King from 21 st April 1509 until his death in January 28, 1547! He had 6 wives; Catherine of Aragon, Ann Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of cleaves, Kathryn Howard and Katherine Parr!
Henry VIII was born in Greenwich in 1491. His father was Henry VII and his mother was Elizabeth of York. Henry VIII was a healthy and sporty in his childhood. He wanted a son and got one, but he didn’t live long!
Henry VII Henry VIII Edward VI Mary I Elizabeth I Lady Jane Grey wasn’t coronated and was only queen for 9 days!
Born: 28 th June 1491 Father: Henry VII Mother: Elizabeth Of York Reigned: 1509 – 1547 Died: 28 th January 1547 ChildTeenYoungOld
Henry VIII He is the son of Henry VII He was a Tudor king! He had six wives!
What is a Tudor theatres ? Towards the end of the 1500s, when the Tudor Queen Elizabeth 1 was on the throne, some extraordinary new theatres were built in London. Every one flocked to see the exciting new plays. Globe theatre in London
The Globe Theatre The globe theatre was built for William Shakespeare's plays One of his famous plays was Macbeth William Shakespeare
Why were the theatres built? James Burbage built the first theatre in London, in 1576. This is James Burbage
What plays did they put on? Comedy-AS you like it Tragedy- Othello Gory- Hamlet BY Shakespeare Magic- Dr Faustus by Marlowe
Henry VII is also known as Henry Tudor. He was the first Tudor king after defeating Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth in August 1485. This battle saw the end of the Wars of the Roses which had brought instability to England. Henry VII was king of England from 1485 to 1509. His second son, also called Henry, inherited the throne and became Henry. Henry VIII and Elizabeth I tend to dominate Tudor history and their lives do overshadow the importance of Henry VII's reign.His second son, also called Henry, inherited the throne and became Henry. Henry VIII and Elizabeth I tend to dominate Tudor history and their lives do overshadow the importance of Henry VII's reign. His second son, also called Henry, inherited the throne and became Henry. Henry VIII and Elizabeth I tend to dominate Tudor history and their lives do overshadow the importance of Henry VII's reign.
Henry VIII had 6 wives. Catherine of Aragon: Divorced. Anne Boleyn: Beheaded. Jane Seymour: Died. Anne of Cleves: Divorced. Kathryn Howard: Beheaded. Katherine Parr: SUVIVED Henry had two daughters and one son.
Edward I took the throne from his father, Henry VIII. He had two sisters, Elizabeth I and Mary I. Edwards grandfather was Henry VII Edward didn’t reign for very long. Edward died when he was 15
She was the only surviving child born of the ill-fated marriage of Henry VII Mary married Phillip II of Spain. She was keen to make England a catholic country once again. Many people were killed for being protestant. Mary wanted children but she was unable to have any. When Mary died of cancer in 1558 her 25 year old sister Elizabeth became queen
Elizabeth was a strong queen. Unlike Mary she was protestant and became the supreme Governor of the church of England. Elizabeth dealt very firmly with anyone who disagreed with her belief. Elizabeth’s religion and her relationships with other countries led to war with Spain. Elizabeth died without having any children.