Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Boats on the Move


Why was the shallow hull of the Viking Boat important? Hint: The answer was in the "Boats on the Move" article.

11 comments:

Dillion said...

The hull was important because it would let the boat get closer to land.

Austin said...

The shallow hull was important
on the viking boat because it
would let them glide across the
shore with out hitting the
ground.

Courtney said...

The shallow hull of the Viking boat was important because it needed to be flat enough to maneuver close to shore without running aground.

kiley said...

i think the movie was so so so so cool!

Ben said...

The shallow hull on the viking ships was important because it helped them get closer to the land and helped them go faster across the ocean.

Tanner said...

The ship is important because it helped them to carry thing

Wade said...

The hull is important because
without it the bottom of the
boat would be broken and they
wouldn't be able to maneuver
close to the shore.

fidel said...

the hull was inportent because the boat moved faster and got closer to island.

Aaron said...

I think the hull is important because they wouldn't be able to carry objects nor go anywhere.

Devin said...

The movie was pretty good. I would like to find more about the Vikings and see the movie it would be so cool to see the long movie. And I would know lots of stuff and I could probly go to the museum.

Ben said...

THAT SONG JUST DISTRACTED US FROM THE VIDEO! good job Mr.C now were gonna learn a song that vikings were nothing of. HA!