A powerpoint, activity and double-sided worksheet on Viking gods and goddesses. I made this for a high-achieving Year 5 class but it can be adapted quite easily.
You can use these lovely posters to display the different gods and goddesses from Norse mythology. You will be able to discuss these Vikings Facts with your class. Also known as Norsemen, Vikings came over from Scandinavia. The language that Vikings spoke was called Norse and their alphabet was made up of runes. In order to travel from place to place via the sea, Vikings would use longships.
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Besides having lots more gods, like other cultures Norse mythology also had its fair share of mythological beings too—including giants, dwarfs, monsters, magical animals and objects. This article has some useful facts about the past but remember this is before the real God gave his only son Jesus because he loves us so much.
The Viking Gods. Like the Greeks and the Romans before them the Vikings worshipped many gods. Three of the gods were more important than the others: Odin, the god of the warriors and battle, but also the god of wisdom and poetry. Odin had a horse called Slepner with eight legs so it never got tired, and two ravens called Hugin and Munin. Odin sent the ravens out every morning and in the.
Which gods did the Vikings worship and why? Find out about their powers, what the Vikings believed and why these beliefs were so important to how they lived, and died, in Viking society. Find out.
Lower Key Stage 2 Invaders and Settlers: Vikings. Mythology, Art and Culture. Learn about the beliefs of the Vikings, the god and goddesses, the Viking creation myth, the Norse nine worlds and Tree of Life. Find out about their writing, sagas and legacy through a range of tasks including dance, painting, plaster modelling, poetry, and message making. Finally, put together a Viking celebration.
BBC Viking. The Vikings. The Vikings - A superb site from Snaith Primary School in East Yorkshire. 1. Who were the Vikings? Where did they come from? 2. Who were their gods and goddesses? 3. Where did the Vikings go on their travels? 4. What evidence have we that the Vikings were settlers? 5. Writing about a Viking 6. Who ruled England?