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Life as a Viking

We used swords

The sword were made out of hot fire and was smashed into a sword shape. they were made out of wood and were light and made out of stone

We also used hammers

The vikings were really strong. some Vikings had a hammer because theIr god was Thor!!!

We also used spears

These are the end of the spear because the wooden bit rottenes over time and the spear was used for killing animals and people

We used coins and gold

This is gold from Viking times and they were really thin because they had loads of it

We sold things

In those times they sold biG things to get loads of gold

Viking houses were called thatched houses

These kind of houses of for rich vikings

Viking quiz

What weapons did vikings make?

Bows and arows





They threw axes at peoples heads !

What boats did vikings use to invade country's

Rowing boats

Long ships


They used long ships to travel different parts of united kingdom and invaded

Sailing boats

How many parts of the uk were there

This is a picture of a map where the vikings invaded

1. The Vikings were famous for sailing huge distances from their home in Scandinavia between AD 800 and 1066 to raid and plunder, but they also traded with people from other countries.

2. The name ‘Viking means ‘a pirate raid’ in the Old Norse language.

3. Around 500 years before Christopher Columbus ‘discovered’ the American continent, Vikings had visited its shores, landing in what is now Canada in around AD 1000.

4. Among the many gods Vikings believed in were Thor, the god of thunder, and Loki, a cheeky mischief-maker who could shape-shift to become all different kinds of animals. What a beast!

5. The Vikings were expert boat builders and sailors. Keels – central spines along boats’ bottoms – made their 16 to 37m ‘longboats’ easy to steer, and because these were designed to float high in the water, landing on beaches was easy.

6. The Vikings were eco-pioneers – sort of! The ‘long houses’ where families lived would have turf roofs to help keep in the heat.

7. Fenrir Grayback, the werewolf in the Harry Potter books, was named after a ferocious giant wolf from ancient Viking mythology.

8. When important Vikings died, they would be placed with all their clothes, jewellery, even their animals, in a burial ship. This would eit her be covered with a huge mound of earth or set alight and pushed out to sea.Bitter Scandinavian winters and frozen fjords didn’t stop the Vikings from tucking into their favourite food – fish! During warmer months they would hang up and dry fish to eat later.

9.ever wondered where the word ‘berserk’ comes from? ‘Berserkers’ was the name of some terrifying Viking warriors who wore bear or wolf skins and howled in battle like wild animals!

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