Leornung: Lǣre Bearn oððe Lǣre Þē Sylfne

Not much in the way of news today, however, a couple finds for teachers and autodidacts: the Historical Association in the UK just put up two “lesson plans” (better perhaps to say learning activities) for young children to learn about Anglo-Saxon farmers and Viking migrants.

And for lovers of Iceland interested in learning more about the country and the modern Icelandic language, I just found a post at leadersponsers.com with a nice collection of links to materials to purchase. The exact article can be found here.

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