(Engaging KS2 Citizenship revision quizzes to teach students in Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6)
Why do we need to learn about the community? Isn’t it obvious? Isn’t it just about being nice to people and not doing mean things, like throwing potatoes at them?
No, young grasshopper. There is more to it than that. Quite a lot more as you will find out when you play our quizzes.
Most quizzes have a link at the bottom to the relevant BBC Bitesize page.
You see, when you embark on the wonderful adventure to learn about Citizenship, your teacher will not just draw a big potato on the board with a big red arrow that says ‘don’t throw these at other people’, although we have to confess it would be funny. If only the National Curriculum’s take on Citizenship was that simple! Think how easy those classroom tests would be...
Anyway, enough talk about potatoes. Citizenship is about more than being nice. It’s about communities and democracy and human rights and all those other really important things that help make sure we all live harmoniously. You know, like not bossing people about too much or stealing chocolate from their hands, no matter how tempting it looks.
You’ve probably already heard from adults that you have to be kind to one another, and you might have heard little bits here and there from your parents about the wider world and how it works. Now it’s time to look at the wider community, and to see how people’s actions can affect more than just themselves and those around them. We’ll look into rules and laws at a more in-depth level, and make sure you’re a well-rounded, clued-up kid who knows about the world they live in.
With our revision quizzes, you can master your Citizenship knowledge and go into class feeling confident that you know all the things you need to.
All aboard. We’re going to teach you the good stuff that makes the world go round.
For all things KS2, check out our informative article at What Does KS2 Entail?
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