Presentation on theme: "The vikings By Emma Tinney.. Vikings Viking Clothes Vikings used wool to make clothes. They brought sheep to the island for food and wool. The clothes."— Presentation transcript:
Viking Clothes Vikings used wool to make clothes. They brought sheep to the island for food and wool. The clothes were made by women. The clothes were dyed using vegetable dye.
Women's Clothes The Viking women wore long linen dresses. Over their dresses they wore a long woolen tunic and a small apron. They wore thick woolen socks and soft leather shoes.
Men's Clothes Viking men wore long woolen shirts and long cloth trousers. On top he wore a sleeved jerkin or a three quarter coat with a belt.
Viking Children Viking children did not go to school, they had to stay at home and help their mothers with the house work including farming. They were not allowed to go outside because of the weather.
Viking Children Most of Viking childrens toys were home-made. Viking girls played with wooden dolls. Viking boys played with model boats and played football.
Viking Ships Vikings built fast ships for war and raids. Viking longships could sail in shallow water. In a raid a ship could be hauled up onto a beach.
Viking Facts Most Viking shoes were painted. They liked to paint them red or blue. Most Vikings had nicknames such as Keik or Vifil. Vikings did not use pens much instead they carved letters with a knife. The Viking alphabet only had 16 letters not like our one which has 26.
Quiz Time What did Vikings use to make clothes? True or False Viking women wore long linen dresses? Why were Viking children not allowed to go outside? True or False Viking girls played with plastic dolls? Could Viking longships sail in shallow water? How many letters are in the Viking alphabet? Viking men wore long linen dresses True or False?
Why I Like The Vikings I like Vikings because they are very interesting and there are a lot of fun facts about them. I enjoyed doing the project on the computer, it was really fun.
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