What did the Romans build after they settled in Britain?
A lesson for KS2 exploring how the Romans built up Britain with roads and other structures - including a detailed lesson plan, Powerpoint and printable activity sheets.
Lesson: What did the Romans build after they settled in Britain?
This lesson looks at the different buildings and structures that the Romans introduced to Britain to improve the efficiency of society. Pupils will be introduced to new vocabulary and then research Roman roads and aqueducts. There is a choice of activities; pupils will either map out some key Roman roads or they will make their own aqueduct model and test it out with running water.
To explain how the landscape of Britain was changed by what the Romans built
To give examples of how the Romans designed buildings and structures to make a more efficient society
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