Famous Figures of _______ Times

I'm not an arts and crafts sort of gal. There's not much that will get my fingers itching for a pair of scissors. But, you guessed it; these did. First of all, the art work is wonderful - accurately detailed and colorful. Secondly, the figures look like they would be fun and satisfying to make and use (they move). Thirdly, I could imagine my kids (as they used to be) engaged in hours of creative play with the figures - over and above any use we might make of them with historical studies. And yes, I suppose I should mention that they were probably created to be used with history unit studies (an MOH customer/mom first mentioned them to us). The book (designed to be disassembled and the figures cut out) is of heavyweight cardstock. There are two sets of each figure - one full-color, and one black-and-white line art to be colored in (definitely a colored pencil project). At the front of the book is a pictorial guide to each figure that includes a detailed biographical sketch and a companion reading list for each figure (read-aloud as well as independent reading). There are complete instructions for assembling - using small brads or eyelets - with a letter key printed on the back of each figure for easy assembly. A hole punch and fasteners are required for assembly. ~ Janice




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