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Free printable s and app!

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Tudor free stuff: Great for half term!  And Tudor Web chat contact for schools from the Mary Rose museum: Enjoy!!!

Free App ‘Mary Rose : https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/mary-rose/id640109037?mt=8&ls=1

Build the Mary Rose, Henry the VIII’s favorate ship: buildaship-bw

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Printable: Build Henry VIII with instructions: MYOHenryV

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Build a sundial: sundial (1) Printable:

pocket-sundial                                                                                       Make Hatch: the dog who lived on the Mary Rose: hatch

Free puzzle sheets:

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The-Cook (1)

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Printable: Make a Mary Rose flagon: colour-maryroseflagon

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Make a cannon:  colour-iron-gun-pt2colour-iron-gun-pt1

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The gift shop link:  http://www.maryroseshop.org/

Teacher Alert!!!!! Global Web Chat for schools!!

For a small fee teachers can book a web chat session for their school from the Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth England. The Mary Rose website says:

‘Talk to our experts via live video link. Find out more about life on board the ship or how our scientists have conserved her for future generations’

Teachers say,“It was a wonderful way for the children to become more engaged with history and each class left enthusing about how interesting it had been. I will whole-heartedly recommend the service to friends and colleagues.”

“Just wanted to say a HUGE thank you to you and your team!!!  Exwick Heights really enjoyed their web session and hope to do it again in the future!”

Web chat £25 + VAT

Contact us education@maryrose.org    02392 871119

Visitors’ guides are available in different languages, and we also provide children’s guides in Bengali, Chinese, Polish, French, German,Italian and Spanish.

Enjoy!

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I love Tudor history and my bookshelves seem to groan a bit more every year...

2 thoughts on “Free printable s and app!

    1. Hatch is the oldest sea dog ever to be found. Experts at the Mary Rose museum in Plymouth believe she was a ratter because often superstitious Tudor seamen did not have cats on board as they were thought to bring bad luck!

      She acquired the nickname after divers discovered her remains near the sliding hatch door of the ill-fated ship’s carpenter’s cabin, where she had lain since it sank in 1545.

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