Sonlight HBL C Time Traveler Extras and Activities Sorted by Page Number

Sonlight HBL C’s Usborne Time Traveler Extras and Activities

Sorted by Page Number

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  • Coloring Page
  • Horrible Histories Crusades (3 minutes) (I’ve tried hard to find a “clean” video about the crusades, and surprisingly, Horrible Histories is among the best. Warning: There is a brief reference to cannibalism at 1:51). 

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  • Coloring Page
  • There is a TV show called Vic the Viking, based on an even older Japanese show called Vicky the Viking. There is also a Vic the Viking movie or two. Both series have 78 episodes, and I have not watched any beyond the ones I linked here for content, but if your children want to watch Viking shows that are more fun than educational…. 
  • For older children or those who want more readers or read-alouds, the Viking Quest series is fantastic. It combines Viking Historical Fiction through the story of two children who are captured by Vikings and have to use their faith to help them each find their own way home.  

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Silver and Gold

The Vikings loved silver and gold, and both the men and women wore jewelry. Children can create replica Viking jewelry by cutting circles from metallic silver and gold craft paper. Glue these circles to a thin foam strip cut to fit the child’s wrist as a bracelet. The silver and gold medallions can be further decorated with glitter glue.

Viking Coins

Vikings used coins for trading. Children can create “coins” from silver and gold craft aluminum foil. Using a stylus, children can emboss symbols onto the foil. Then, cut out the foil into circular shapes. For added stability, first, cut circles from cardboard. The children can cut the foil coins larger than the cardboard ones and fold the foil around the cardboard base.

Create pouches for the coins by folding sheets of brown felt in half and stitching around two sides. Use a piece of twine to tie the pouch shut (treasure safely inside).

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