Teutons to touchWith the cut-out-sheet "Germanic farm" you get the world of the ancient Teutons into your own home, in the children's or class room. Not only with dry books, but also with something to touch. The world of the Teutons at the time of the Romans doesn't really become vivid before being able to really understand and experience their people with their lifestyle.
Just like at the time of the Romans
The small settlement consists out of three houses, a well and a fence. Furthermore there are three humans and animals. The long house could accommodate various families and served as stall. In the storehouse the Teutons guarded their harvest and goods, while in the deepened pit's house economical work was done. According to Tacitus the Teutons weaved especially often inside of them.
- short description of a Germanic farm in its time (1st-2nd century AD)
- as well in English and French
- working materials: ruler, cutter, scissors, glue
- 11 different parts with persons and animals
- 1 long house, 1 storehouse, 1 pit's house, 1 well, fence
- farm's size: length 24cm x width 13cm
- small parts 2,5-4 cm high
About playing and learning
There are no limits to the gaming fun of the kids with that. The adults with historical interest are happy about the authentic realisation and the playful approach to learning. Teachers with this cut-out-sheet can plan and create captivating and varied lessons. Closer you cannot come the time of the Teutons!
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