Why not visit some of the links below to see what the CBBC Horrible Histories team have to tell us about the Tudors.
Henry VIII - Get SweatyHe might be known for being 'larger than life', but surprisingly Henry VIII used to love to Get Sweaty!
The Tudor Queens - Girl Power SongThere have been many 'girl power' females who have helped shape the course of history, including these four rulers from Tudor times: Elizabeth I, Lady Jane Grey, Mary I and Mary Queen of Scots.
The Tudors have a sibling squabblePlenty of families have sibling rivalries, and the Tudors were no different. Prince Edward, Princess Mary and Princess Elizabeth, Henry VIII's children, may have shared a Dad but that didn't mean they got on!
The Great Tudor Bake OffIt's Tudor Week on the Great British Bake Off this week, so to celebrate, enjoy this clip from Mardy Mary Queen of Scots. For the signature bake challenge, Paul Hollybush and Mary Queen of Scones set our bakers the challenge of baking a loaf of Tudor bread
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