Roman shields

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For home learning this week, we made shields. Some people drew and wrote about them and posted it on SeeSaw and some people made them of paper or card. One person made theirs from wood!

The shields have colours of red and gold and are curved to fit around the body. In History we found out about the testudo or tortoise formation, which Roman soldiers used to protect the front and top of their formation.

We have also been role playing Celts vs Romans.

 

We are learning about volcanoes next.

By Lily and Georgie.

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