Year 3 – Reading Challenge

Bronze Challenge – How long is Hadrian’s wall in miles and Kilometers?

Silver Challenge – How is was the Roman army organised? 

Gold Challenge: Write a description about the city of Rome? What could people do there? Where did they go shopping?

Platinum Challenge – Do some research on the Romans! Can you create a poster to show what you have learnt? Remember to include as many interesting facts as possible

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  1. GOLD:
    The Romans went to the markets in the city centre the Romans also paid with their own Roman coins. Other markets were inside market halls so Romans can do their shopping.

  2. Silver
    The Roman army was organised because army was made up of about 30 large units (legions)
    Gold
    Rome was a big city which was housing about 1.5 million people’s.There were multiple libraries, bridges, town Squares, bathrooms, racetracks, theaters, arches, warehouse’s, corn mills around the city.
    Roman were doing their shopping on market streets and market halls.

  3. Bronze
    Hadrian’s wall is 117 kilometres long and 73 miles
    Silver
    The army was organised because they were made form units.
    Gold
    The Romans chraded there weapons a money to get food and supply’s .
    The Romans went shopping at houses because they don’t have time to build.

  4. Bronze Challenge – How long is Hadrian’s wall in miles and Kilometers?
    Hadrian’s wall is 135km or 84 miles
    Silver Challenge – How is was the Roman army organised?
    The Roman army was organised by having 5000 Legionaries they were called a Legion.
    Then the Legion was split in to centuries, every century had 80 men and their leader was called a Centurion.
    The centuries would then be put in to smaller groups and be given different jobs.

    Gold Challenge: Write a description about the city of Rome? What could people do there? Where did they go shopping?
    It was a busy city and they had markets were people would buy and sell things. In Rome there were big houses with servants. The people who owned them were rich. Some people were very poor and lived in houses with nothing. It was smelly in Rome. You could go to baths. You could see concerts or gladiators fighting.

  5. Bronze:
    Hadrian’s wall was 117 kilometres, 73 miles long.

    Silver:
    Roman army was made up of about 30 large units called legions, each commanded by a legate. These legions were divided into 10 groups called cohorts. The cohorts were further split into smaller units called centuries.

    Gold:
    Rome was a big city which was housing about 1.5 million people. There were multiple libraries, town squares, drinking founrains, bathhouse, bridges, racetrack, amphitheatre, theatres, arches, warehouses, corn mills and public lavatories around the city. The city centre was called the Forum which was surrounded by public buildings, temples and shops.
    Romans were doing their shopping on market streets and market halls.

  6. bronze
    Hadrian ‘s wall was made in 1972.
    silver
    First the Roman people were fighting with wooden swords.
    gold
    Rome was big and wide.

  7. Bronze: Hadrian’s wall is m84 k132
    Silver:the Roman army is organised in a simple way 5000 legionnaires,Roman
    Citizens form an legion picture in the army.

  8. Bronze
    117 km and 73 miles
    Silver
    The Roman army was made up of 30 small troops called Legions.
    Gold

    The Roman used to worship so many gods and have so many templ es.The Romans went shopping in a place called a forum where there are s o many things.

  9. Bronze: Hadrian’s wall was 117 kilometres, 73 miles long

    Silver:Roman army was made up of 30 legions and each were commanded by a legate.a legion had 5,120 foot soldiers .

    Gold:Roman goes to Rome for shopping.
    People go there for training, and also have bubble bath.

  10. Bronze:-
    Hadrians wall is 117 kilometres it was 73 miles long
    Silver:-
    They are organised by having 30 troops called leglons.
    Gold:-
    The Romans went shopping in a place called a forum

  11. Bronze:
    Hadrian’s wall was 117 kilometres and 73 miles.
    Silver:
    The Roman army was made up of 30 large units (legions) ,each commanded by a legate. At full strength,a legion had about 5,120 foot soldier.
    Gold:
    What could people do there?
    The Romans went to a shopping in area of Rome to get what they need and other good things that could come in useful. They usually went to the amphitheater to watch the death of one person getting killed by an animal or a salve or a gladiator. They loved the entertainment of a gladiator death or the thing that it is fighting.
    Platinum:
    On paper.

  12. Bronze
    The Hadrian’s wall in Britain is 117 kilometers (73 miles) long.

    Silver
    In 70 AD the Roman were made into a group called a (legionaires).

    Gold
    In Rome they use to go to a temple to worship their own god. Boys and men wore togas and they shared toilet. Ladies and girls wore tunics. Rich citizens get their own toilet and house. They went to buy their clothes and gold items such as rings, necklaces and earrings every day, so they don’t wear the same clothes and they go and try it out.

  13. Gold challenge:
    Rome is a city where Romans live.
    In the summer they had bubble baths outside.
    The people that lives in Rome speaks Latin.
    The Romans that lived in Rome invaded the UK.
    What could people do there?
    They could do shopping,training and bubble baths.
    Where could they do shopping?
    To the markets and people’s house .

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