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Viking Invasion

This history scheme of work for Key Stage Two gets the children to identify and record reasons as to why and how the Vikings invaded in Britain in the past by using primary and secondary historical sources. The class can compose diary entries and play scripts to illustrate what happened during different Viking raids.

Identify and record reasons as to why and how the Vikings invaded in Britain in the past by using primary and secondary historical sources

Lesson One : Viking Homelands

Identify and locate some of the different countries in Europe where the Vikings lived in the past

Lesson Two : Invaders and Settlers

Investigate and record some of the different reasons why the Vikings invaded Britain in the past

Lesson Three : Viking Raids

Write a recount to explain how and why the Vikings raided other lands and countries in the past

Lesson Four : Viking Weaponry

Investigate a range of different primary sources that can be used to identify how Vikings raided other countries

Lesson Five : Lindisfarne Raid

Use a primary source to investigate a Viking raid that happened in Britain at Lindisfarne in the past

  • Number Races

    Number Races

    Create and complete different number lines to show sets of four digit numbers with a range of division steps

  • Number Steps

    Number Steps

    Identify and record divisions on sets of different number lines to show sequences of numbers with four digits

  • Number Rules

    Number Rules

    Identify and record sets of four digit numbers that can match a range of different statements about numbers

  • Number Mixing

    Number Mixing

    Identify and record the place value of the digits in a range of different four digit numbers by using matching calculations