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By Anita Ganeri, Chris Oxlade

A primary encyclopedia for kids elderly 5 and over, with photographic reference scenes and straightforward vocabulary that helps the nationwide Curricula. It good points quiz questions and "get mucky" bins that offer actions and inspire extra examine. Key issues are bite-sized to assist young children keep in mind evidence and "become a professional" buttons provide cross-references with different topics.

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Jousting In peacetime, knights fought practice battles, called jousts, to train for war. They used poles (lances) to knock each other off their horses. 58 What was chain mail? Thick walls Battlements Knights Helmet Knights Buffalo horns Knights were soldiers who fought on horseback. They wore heavy armour made from iron and were armed with axes, swords, and spears. and Castles Samurai warriors wore armour made from coated wood or plates of metal laced together. A knight used his sword to stab between the gaps in an enemy’s armour.

Jazz dance uses the rhythm and beat of jazz music to create an exciting dance. Judy William Shakespeare. People and Society Clothes and Fashion What are you wearing today? A T-shirt? Trousers? Trainers? They may also have a special job to do. Types of fabric Cotton is made of fibres from the cotton plant. The fabric is usually woven. Silk is a thin, soft fabric made from threads spun by silkworms. Leather is made from the skins of animals such as cows. Wool is made from the hair of sheep. It is often knitted to make clothes.

This is Chicomecoatl, the Aztec goddess of maize. 56 Gods and farming The Aztecs prayed to the gods to make their crops grow. Most important was maize (corn). It was ground into flour for making flat breads called tortillas. How were the Incas like the ancient Egyptians? Spanish galleon Aztecs, Incas, and Mayas Inca gold Spanish invasion In the 16th century, Spanish explorers came to the Americas. Their arrival meant the end of the Aztec, Maya, and Inca empires. Many people were killed and their cities destroyed.

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