The e-learning page provides links to excellent subject specific websites where you can find free resources for teachers, students and parents and in this respect, it could be considered as an Aladdin’s Cave.
The writing activities have been done successfully with key Stage 2 students (ages 7-11) and can be adapted for younger and older age groups. These can be found on the page links of the website below:
National curriculum links:
National curriculum links and possible topic maps can be found on this page of the website:
Historical evidence information books on Benin Civilisation can be found on this page of the website: http://kingdomofbenin.weebly.com/books.html
The Primary History book provides lots of information and activities which enable complete historical enquiries with classes.
The fiction books use characters to relate everyday life experiences for the Benin people and can be used for Guided reading or comprehension exercises.
This Kingdom of Benin website has a lot of excellent teaching and learning support materials which can be found on the web links on the e-learning page.
Try to find time to go through the pages on the website; you can find sub-links on the main links published on the left hand side of the web site. For example on Teachers, there are 8 separate subsections e.g. lesson plans, Fashion etc. Take care to peruse each page to the bottom.
Download the Horniman Museum Learning pack on the link on the Teachers page: http://kingdomofbenin.weebly.com/teachers1.html
Here you will find biographies of some ancient Benin soldiers and royalty and more stories.
Please contact me via the contact form on the home page if you have any questions and I shall try my best to help.