History Heroes: CHILDREN in history quiz card game Children includes individual cards of History Heroes’ forty children throughout history, who have helped change the world and the lives of those around them. Each card is fantastically illustrated to represent the specific Child Hero and shows their dates, their flag of birthplace and seven memorable and often moving facts about them.
History Heroes’ Children range from leaders, such as the ‘boy king’, Tutankhamun, Joan of Arc and the Dalai Lama to campaigners, such as Malala Yousafzai, the nineteenth century Match girls and America’s civil rights campaigner, Claudette Colvin, who, aged 15, led her own protest on a bus against segregation in Alabama nine months before Rosa Park’s famous stand for equal rights. Child prodigy performers and artists such as Mozart and Picasso rub shoulders with Shirley Temple and Stevie Wonder. Children, who led extraordinary lives, such as Laura Ingalls Wilder, Helen Keller, Victor of Aveyron & Mary Anning mingle with Child heroes, who simply ‘made’ history: Lady Jane Grey, the Princes in the Tower, Victor of Aveyron, Louise Brown…the game contains an extraordinary, inspirational range of boys and girls in history.
How to Play
There are many ways of playing History Heroes quiz card games. Each pack gives suggestions on how to play, or you can make up your own rules if everyone playing agrees to them!
Win the game by winning the character cards, and you win the cards by guessing/knowing the facts ab out each History Hero. You can use the images as clues and you can use the different levels of facts to make it as easy or as hard as you want to play the game.
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Ages: 8+ years and up. For 2-6 players
Fun Way to Learn
History Heroes quiz card games are a really fun way to learn about history and make ideal home education activities and home learning games.