The National Curriculum suggests that children should study the Tudor Period.
Here are several websites and books to help study the subject .
British History Tudors from the BBC.
Tudor Web – Topics come under the headings Kings and Queens, Tudor life and War.
Nettlesworth School Site – Topics come under the headings Tudor Kings and Queens, Daily Life, At Sea, Fashion, Fun & Games and Important events.
Tudor Costumes – Shows the step by step process of making Tudor costumes. Takes a long time to load but the photographs are well worth the wait.
Schools History – aimed at years 7, 8, 9 and GCSE. Topics include the Tudor dynasty, Significant events of the Tudor period, Personalities of the era and Tudor activities such as quizzes and word searches.
Tudor History – written by an American for the older age range covering many aspects of Tudor life. Topics include Tudor kings and queens, Important events of that period, Famous personalities of the Era, Life in Tudor times.
The Mary Rose – The Mary Rose is the only 16th century warship on display anywhere in the world. Built between 1509 and 1511, she was one of the first ships able to fire a broadside, and was a firm favourite of King Henry VIII. Activities for Keystage 2 are located within the RHS column
Britain Express – events and daily life in the Tudor Period
History Learning Site – Tudor England, 1485 to 1603
Tudor (Eyewitness Guides) by Simon Adams published by Dorling Kindersley.
My Tudor Queen by Alison Prince published by Scholastic.
The Terrible Tudors by Terry Dreary and published by Scholasltic Hippo.
Even More Terrible Tudors by Terry Dreary, illustrated by Martin Browne and published by Scholastic Hippo.
The Illustrated World Of the Tudors by Peter Chrisp, illustrated by Adam Hook and published by Hodder Wayland.
History Starts Here: The Tudors by Fiona Reynoldson and published by Hodder Wayland
What They Don't Tell You About Tudors by Bob Fowke and published by Hodder Children's Books.
Who? What? When? Tudors by Bob Fowke and published by Hodder Children's Books.
The Tudors by Felicity Hebditch and published by Evans Brothers.
Hysterical Historical Poems: Tudors – edited by Brian Moses and published by Macmillan Children's Books
All About: The Tudors by Heather Morris and published by Hodder Wayland.
The Tudors: Pupil Book by Andrew Langley and published by the Heinemann Library.
The Lost Diary of King Henry VIII's Executioner by Steve Barlow, Steve Skidmore, illustrated by Martin Chatterton and published by Collins.
Bravo, Mr William Shakespeare! – presented by Marcia Williams and published by Walker Books.
The Timetraveller's Guide to Tudor London by Natasha Narayan