Traditionally the 5th of November is Guy Fawkes Night and Guy Fawkes is held to mark the plot in 1605 to blow up the Houses of Parliament in London by a group of collaborators.
But today the history is often forgotten about and it is simply viewed as fire-works time.
Below is information about Guy Fawkes to share and discuss with children, along with a list of different ways teachers and parents celebrate this cultural custom with children under 5 years.
Login with your member's username and password to keep reading
Here’s how our membership plans work
- Individual Membership plans can view both Individual member-only articles and our library of Research Journals.
- Early Childhood Service plans can view ALL member articles: Individual, Research Journals and Early Childhood Service articles - along with support and a range of other benefits as outlined on the Join Us page
- Research Journal subscription plans can view our library of Research Journals and the articles in all past and current jounral issues.
Should you not hold a current membership – you are welcome to apply now.