Corrugated cardboard, duck tape, paint, and a milk jug become a wonderful extension in learning about Vikings with this craft! Stop by Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational for a book recommendation and instructions.
The Viking Longhouse of Norway. Only a few Vikings lived in towns. Most of them lived in the countryside in Longhouses. The longhouse had usually one large room. The walls were made of wood, and the roof was covered with turf. You can find Longhouses in several districts in Norway, from south to the north of the country.
A million Vikings still live among us: One in 33 men can claim to be direct descendants from the Norse warriors