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Guy Fawkes Story Sequencing Activity

   

Guy Fawkes Story Sequencing Activity

Children can retell the story of Guy Fawkes with this fab sequencing activity! Available in three different difficulties – this activity simplifies the story for understanding and allows children to develop their reading and writing skills to retell the story.

Remember, remember the 5th November! Gunpowder, treason and plot! Journey back in time with us to 1605 when Guy Fawkes planned to blow up King James I in the Houses of Parliament. We have created a range of excellent resources to enrich your learning experiences and engage your children, including story cards, reading comprehension, money activities and much more!

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  • Jacqueline Shell
    ULTIMATE November 11th

    It would be really useful if there was a black and white version (of any resource to be completed by children) available as not all schools will allow colour photocopying. Thank you.

    • Christina Loftus
      ADMIN November 11th

      Hi Jacqueline
      Thank you for your feedback. The colours are carefully selected so that they will print just as well as black and white photocopies, but I will mention this to the design team – perhaps we can add a solely black and white resource into the download on future resources.

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