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Medieval Feudalism

Explore these sites and learn what it was like to live during the Middle Ages. Topics include serfs, kings, monasteries, and more. There are links to eThemes Resources on castles, knights, and children’s books that took place during the Middle Ages.

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Watch a brief video describing the feudal system of Medieval Europe. NOTE: This site includes a message board.
Engage students in the interactive links on Middle Ages topics such as The Norman Conquest, The Feudal System, and The Church. Self-directed activities are given for students to learn about the Middle Ages Scroll down to the middle of the page for material on the Middle Ages..
Use this site for information and numerous links to everything about the Middle Ages from castles to knights to footwear and more. Get instructions for projects, webquests,and artwork.
This site covers many aspects of life in the Middle Ages including feudal life, religion, town life, and more.
This site covers every aspect of life in the Middle Ages. Three subject headings (Power of the Secular Rulers, Daily Life, and Power of the Catholic Church) have numerous subtopics which provide students with information, interactive games, and additional links. NOTE: This site contains ads.
Use this lesson and "The Tale of Despereaux" by Kate DiCamillo for student research and projects about the Middle Ages.
This site helps students understand life in a castle. Click on "Destroy The Castle" to play an interactive game. Also learn about the arms race in the Middle Ages and a recent attempt to build a trebuchet, a medieval weapon.
Click on the map icons to learn more about the different aspects of life on the medieval estate.
Use this site to demonstrate to students what a French town in the Middle Ages was like. Explore the town, its inhabitants, and learn about their occupations. Students are able to see what the town looks like today. Click on the learning link (pencil) for eleven educational activities.
Introduce your students to the types and sounds of musical instruments used during the Middle Ages.
Students can learn about daily life for people of various classes in this lesson plan unit.
Read definitions and view illustrations of words. Also listen to audio files of the pronunciations.
These are selections from primary source documents that highlight the treatment of slaves and serfs in Medieval Europe. These documents are very revealing.
Explore this collection of articles about British history from 1066-1500. Includes illustrations. First choose from the text titles at the bottom, then click on more specific titles. NOTE: The site includes ads.
Read about Medieval Feudalism on this student-created website.
This site was designed by students and includes information about many aspects of medieval life, including food, castles, and myths. Click on "Activities" for a crossword puzzle and an interactive quiz.
This is a lesson plan about the Middle Ages. NOTE: This site contains ads.
Try this fun interactive activity to see if you know how to build a medieval architectural masterpiece.
These sites are about the book "The Tale of Despereaux" by Kate DiCamillo. Includes biographies on the author, book summaries, discussion questions, suggested activities, and a webquest. There are links to eThemes Resources on Fairy Tales, Recommended Reading for Elementary Students, "Ella Enchanted" by Gail Carson Levine, Cinderella Stories, and "Because of Winn-Dixie" by Kate DiCamillo.
Learn about the history, architecture, and other basic facts about castles. Take a virtual tour of a historic castle, build your own online weapon to protect a castle, or construct your own castle model out of sugar cubes or cardboard. Includes several photographs. There is a link to an eThemes Resources on feudalism and two links to book resources that have a medieval setting.
These sites are about the knights from the Middle Ages or the Medieval period. Covers the topics of heraldry and chivalry. Includes photographs of armor and weapons used by knights. There are links to eThemes Resources on medieval castles and feudalism.
There are activities, discussion questions, and interactive quizzes and games that relate to the book. Includes information about castles, medieval life, coat of arms and governesses.
These sites are about the book "The Whipping Boy," author Sid Fleischman, and illustrator Peter Sis. Learn about life in the Middle Ages. There are literature and castle games and activities. An eThemes Resource about Medieval Feudalism is included.

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