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We built a recreation of a Viking settlement, developing the elevated land using accurate measurements from real contours of land from an actual setting. To do this, we measured each elevated point of the hills and from there, we were able to develop our own real contoured map. We then scaled the map which enabled us to accurately build the elevated land on our model. We also revisited our knowledge of bridges from a previous topic we studied, to build a Viking truss bridge. Clay was used to build the bridge as well as the other Viking land features on the model.

We built a recreation of a Viking settlement, developing the elevated land using accurate measurements from real contours of land from an actual setting. To do this, we measured each elevated point of the hills and from there, we were able to develop our own real contoured map. We then scaled the map which enabled us to accurately build the elevated land on our model. We also revisited our knowledge of bridges from a previous topic we studied, to build a Viking truss bridge. Clay was used to build the bridge as well as the other Viking land features on the model.  1
We built a recreation of a Viking settlement, developing the elevated land using accurate measurements from real contours of land from an actual setting. To do this, we measured each elevated point of the hills and from there, we were able to develop our own real contoured map. We then scaled the map which enabled us to accurately build the elevated land on our model. We also revisited our knowledge of bridges from a previous topic we studied, to build a Viking truss bridge. Clay was used to build the bridge as well as the other Viking land features on the model.  2
We built a recreation of a Viking settlement, developing the elevated land using accurate measurements from real contours of land from an actual setting. To do this, we measured each elevated point of the hills and from there, we were able to develop our own real contoured map. We then scaled the map which enabled us to accurately build the elevated land on our model. We also revisited our knowledge of bridges from a previous topic we studied, to build a Viking truss bridge. Clay was used to build the bridge as well as the other Viking land features on the model.  3
We built a recreation of a Viking settlement, developing the elevated land using accurate measurements from real contours of land from an actual setting. To do this, we measured each elevated point of the hills and from there, we were able to develop our own real contoured map. We then scaled the map which enabled us to accurately build the elevated land on our model. We also revisited our knowledge of bridges from a previous topic we studied, to build a Viking truss bridge. Clay was used to build the bridge as well as the other Viking land features on the model.  4
We built a recreation of a Viking settlement, developing the elevated land using accurate measurements from real contours of land from an actual setting. To do this, we measured each elevated point of the hills and from there, we were able to develop our own real contoured map. We then scaled the map which enabled us to accurately build the elevated land on our model. We also revisited our knowledge of bridges from a previous topic we studied, to build a Viking truss bridge. Clay was used to build the bridge as well as the other Viking land features on the model.  5
We built a recreation of a Viking settlement, developing the elevated land using accurate measurements from real contours of land from an actual setting. To do this, we measured each elevated point of the hills and from there, we were able to develop our own real contoured map. We then scaled the map which enabled us to accurately build the elevated land on our model. We also revisited our knowledge of bridges from a previous topic we studied, to build a Viking truss bridge. Clay was used to build the bridge as well as the other Viking land features on the model.  6
We built a recreation of a Viking settlement, developing the elevated land using accurate measurements from real contours of land from an actual setting. To do this, we measured each elevated point of the hills and from there, we were able to develop our own real contoured map. We then scaled the map which enabled us to accurately build the elevated land on our model. We also revisited our knowledge of bridges from a previous topic we studied, to build a Viking truss bridge. Clay was used to build the bridge as well as the other Viking land features on the model.  7
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