Viking Sagas- BBC Schools Radio

This collection of Viking Sagas ( 10 episodes) is told by Loki, shape-changer, mischief-maker...and expert story-teller.

First Loki relates how Odin creates the world - making Jotunheim for the giants, Midgard for humans and Asgard for the gods themselves, finally connecting Asgard to Midgard with a rainbow bridge.
Year4 : Myths and Viking gods. (Norse Myths)-TES
PowerPoint The first week of a 3 week unit of a Year 4 literacy unit based on Might Thor. Weekly plan and differentiated resources for each lesson.  
Norse Myths- Storynory
Website Lots of Norse Myths in audio form.
Odin's Eye-Norse Myths
Resource PowerPoint and sequencing document.
Thor and His Stolen Hammer - PowerPoint of myth-TES
Lesson A powerpoint created for use with my year three class when we were working on the narrative unit myths and legends. Tells the story of Might Thor and His Stolen Hammer, with pictures. A few slides at the end give points for discussion and activities.
Mighty Thor-TES
Lesson The first week of a 3 week unit of a Year 4 literacy unit. Weekly plan and differentiated resources for each lesson using Mighty Thor.
Ivarr The Boneless-Sky Badger
Resource In the murky times of the Vikings, a terrifying ‘Berserker’, called Ivarr the Boneless invaded England, Scotland and Ireland. Find out about his extraordinary life, from being born with a serious disability to becoming one of the most famous Vikings in history.
AngloSaxons Chronology & English - The Lost Palace-TES
Lesson The Lost Palace (What the Goats Saw) - Pupil's English text with fictional account of Yeavering Bell, an Iron Age Hill fort and Anglo-Saxon palace through the ages. Referencing Bede and Beowulf and coupled with teachers activity notes.
Vikings Sagas- songs-TES
Website New video resources for interactive whiteboard use including a broad range of songs and music activities based around popular stories from Viking mythology (thus making it an ideal means to combine Music with a popular Key Stage 2 HIstory topic). There are seven songs to learn, each linking to a popular Viking story.
Viking Sagas
Website Video animations from the BBC of some of the best-known Viking Sagas, told in a light-hearted but faithful style. Download the Teacher's Notes, then go to the website for the animations.
Lessons and PowerPoints- Invaders and Settlers - Anglo-Saxons and Vikings
Lesson Full selection of lesson and related resources including Beowulf.
In fifth-century Denmark, a murderous monster stalks the night, and only the great prince of the Geats has the strength and courage to defeat him. Beowulf's terrifying quest to destroy Grendel, the foul fiend, a hideous sea-hag and a monstrous fire-dragon is the oldest surviving epic in British literature. Link to resources on this site.
Link to dragon resources on this site.
How to Train Your Dragon
Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III was an awesome sword-fighter, a dragon-whisperer and the greatest Viking Hero who ever lived. But it wasn't always like that.
Viking maths
Cross curricular maths Resources on this site.
Writing stories - myths and legends 12

Writing stories - myths and legends 12

Lesson plan 9 TES - Thor and his stolen hammer.
Myths and Legends - resource 6

Myths and Legends - resource 6

Study Ladder
Website Lots of resources from this Australian site- but you must join.
Third Space Learning
Website  Mainly aimed at Years 5 and 6 , with useful resources, but also a website to keep an eye on as they will undoubtedly expand more .
Mathematics Mastery
Website Some examples ( full flip charts  and lessons ) of a Mastery approach.