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45 pages of IRON AGE CELTIC BRITAIN
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Iron Age Celtic Britain Activity Sheets
(45 Pages for 11.25)
 

Available Prehistoric Sheets

Iron Age Celtic Britain


 
Archaeology Sheet

This sheet describes a number of different fields and asks you to choose which ones you think would be most likely to have interesting archaeology hidden underground. It then asks you to decide which materials you would be most likely to dig up. Lastly you can draw the grass in on a cross-section to show how tall it grows over different features, forming lines seen on aerial photos.

 


 
Iron Age Costume Sheet

This sheet shows pictures of two Iron Age British Celts: A man and a woman. You are asked to describe how they look different from how we dress today.


 
Villager Finger Puppets Sheet

With this easy-to-use cut-out sheet, make six of your very own finger puppets of iron age villagers, both male and female.

 


 
Wild Animal Finger Puppets Sheet

With this easy-to-use cut-out sheet, make three of your very own finger puppets of wild animals now extinct in Britain.

 


 
Iron Age Farm Sheet

This sheet shows the remains found by archaeologists of Iron Age structures and asks you to identify them in the reconstructed drawings. There are also some questions about what they were used for. These are based on an Iron Age Farm discovered at Bracknell in Berkshire.

 


 
Iron Age V. Bronze Age House Comparison Sheet

This sheet shows a two ancient houses: one Bronze Age and one Iron Age Celtic. You are asked what differences you can see between the two.


 
Roman V. Iron Age House Comparison Sheet

This sheet shows a two ancient houses: one Iron Age Celtic and one Roman. You are asked what differences you can see between the two.

 

 
Roundhouse Interior Sheet

Stick together the two halves of the Iron Age Roundhouse, then cut out and use the pictures of the inside activities to complete the picture. You can even draw in a few extras yourself. Three page sheet.

Not available as a free sample. 


 
Broch Sheet

This sheet shows a cross-section through an Iron Age broch, a type of tower-house found only in Northern Scotland; but the house is empty. Draw in some people, their possessions and their animals on all the floors.

 

 


 
Iron Age Bread & Grain Sheet

Everything you ever needed to know about growing & storing grain and making bread in the Iron Age; but can you work it all out?

Iron Age Craftsmen Activity Sheet
 
Iron Age Craftsmen Sheet

This sheet shows the four Iron Age craftsmen. You are asked to name the type of craftsmen they are and say what they are doing.

Iron Age Hillforts Activity Sheet
 
Iron Age Hillforts Sheet

This two-page sheet shows the plan of a typical hillfort (at Danebury in Hampshire) and asks you to identify what went on in different areas. Cut out the picture roundels and stick them in the right place.

Not available as a free sample. 


 
Celtic Tribes & Chiefs Sheet

This logic problem double-page sheet shows Celtic Iron Age monarchs and their British tribes, but who rules over which tribe? Read what they say to work it out.

Not available as a free sample.


 
Naked Celtic Warrior Sheet

This sheet shows a naked Celtic warrior, as described in Roman sources; but why would soldiers not get dressed to go into battle? Use the suggestions of areas to think about and fill in the advantages and disadvantages. 

 


 
Warrior Finger Puppets Sheet

With this easy-to-use cut-out sheet, make six of your very own finger puppets of iron age warriors.

 


 
Iron Age Infantry & Celtic Cavalry Sheet

Examine the picture from the famous work of Celtic art, the 'Gundestrup Cauldron'. What does it tell us about Iron Age soldiers in Britain? Answer the questions and write some descriptions with the help of the multi-activity sheet.

 


 
Iron Age Chariot Sheet

This sheet shows an Iron Age chariot, complete with horses and warriors. You must draw Celtic patterns on the shield and then answer some questions about the horses and what the warrior is wearing. 

 


 
Head Hunting Sheet

Lots of information about head-hunting in this multi-activity sheet. Answer the questions, give explanations, count the heads and find the two identical ones.


 
Warriors Comparison Sheet

This sheet shows an Iron Age Celtic warrior and a Roman soldier and asks you to look for differences between what they are wearing. 

 

 
Branwen Story Sheet

This sheet shows a cartoon strip telling the story of Branwen and her brother, Bendigeidfran, King of Britain. The speech bubbles, however, are blank and you must fill in what the characters are saying. You could also cut up the six pictures prior to presenting them to those doing the activity and ask them to put them in the correct order. Includes Story.

Not available as a free sample. 

 


 
Cassivellaunus Sheet

Cassivellaunus was the famous King of the Catuvellauni tribe who fought the army of Julius Caesar when it invaded in 54 bc. Read what happened in Caesar's own words. Then answer all the multiple choice questions in this two-page comprehension sheet.

Not available as a free sample. 

 


 
Druids Sheet

There are lots of questions to answer and boxes to tick on this multi-activity sheet that makes you think about what you know about the druids and their connections with Christmas.


 
Human Sacrifice Spot the Difference Sheet

Here are two pictures of the three types of human sacrifice practiced by the druids; but one picture is slightly different from the other. Can you spot the twelve changes?


 
Celtic Gods Sheet

Read the descriptions of the named gods. Then identify which picture shows which god and write in his name.

 


 
Celtic Goddesses Sheet

Read the descriptions of the named goddesses. Then identify which picture shows which goddess and write in her name.

 


 
What happened to All the Iron Age Bodies Sheet

There has always been a mystery surrounding Iron Age Burials in Britain: Because there weren't many. So what happened to all the bodies? Use this sheet to found out some of the most popular suggestions. Show your knowledge of scavenging animals, identify the story connection and fill in the speech bubbles for the bones collectors.

 


 
Trading Sheet

This multi-activity sheet encourages you to think about trading with the Continent in Iron Age times. Answer some questions, choose some options and do some drawing.


 
Drawing Celtic Patterns Sheet

The Celts had a very distinctive style of art which always looks rather complicated. This sheet takes you through six steps to make it easy to draw simple Celtic patterns any time you like.


 
Decorate a Celtic Mirror Sheet

Rich Celtic ladies used bronze mirrors to help themselves look good. Use this half-decorated mirror-back to help you practice 'mirror images' and Celtic patterns.


 
Draw the Buried Treasure Sheet

Many Iron Age hoards of treasure have been found in Britain. Use this sheet to draw in your own dream treasure from this time. Then have a think about why someone might have hidden it back then. 


 
Celtic Animals Sheet

Iron Age Celtic art was very stylised, so it is sometimes difficult to tell what animals were meant to be. Here are Celtic animals discovered across Britain, but what are they?

 


 
Make your own Celtic Collar Sheet

This two page sheet gives you all the parts you need to cut out and make your very own Celtic collar, not unlike the popular Celtic torc. Comes with full instructions. Based on the Stichill Collar from Roxburghshire.

Not available as a free sample. 

 


 
Celtic & Roman Stuff Sheet

This sheet shows pictures of lots of items that would be familiar to Romans and lots of items that would be familiar to Iron Age Celts. Identify each group of items and colour them in two different colours.  Includes teachers' notes.

Not available as a free sample. 

Free Sample Request

If you let us know what school you're at (if you're a teacher) or what county/state you're in (if you're a parent/home educator/other interested party), you can request a single free sample on nashfordpublishing@googlemail.com (but please note that some sheets are excluded from this offer). 

More Info

We have a wide range of British history activity sheets for kids available. They are very competitively priced and contain many more illustrations than other sheets on the market: all exclusive to Nash Ford Publishing. You can purchase them very cheaply in sets organised by subject. All sheets are shown and described above. Some are quick, some are longer and take more thought or involve making things. Most are single pages, but some are more. Some can be used straight off. Others are designed to be used after a little learning, which our Romano-British Provinces website can help with of course. All of them double as colouring sheets and will keep your pupils or children amused for hours. For activity sheets from other periods of British history, click here.

  

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