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Activity: Viking Towns

Children use their orienteering map to visit a series of control points and use specified letters to identify the name of a British town. They then decide if each one was a Viking town.

Summary

  1. The children use their orienteering map to locate a series of control points.
  2. A specific letter on the control marker is linked to the name of a British town.
  3. For each town they collect, they decide if it was a Viking town.

    Key Facts

  • History
  • Key Stage 2
  • Key Stage 3
  • British History
  • Vikings
  • Orienteering Control Markers Required
  • Orienteering Map Required
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