Detailed model of temple from Luxor
A difficult task it is for sure transmitting knowledge to children playfully. If for once you go to a museum of history whit kids, for sure you know then, how easy it is for them to get bored there. Actually experienced history is not to top by that. The cut-out-sheet Karnak temple offers this opportunity for your home. This Egyptian temple installation close to Luxor is the biggest one in Egypt. Still today construction's rests for Antiquity are visible. The Karnak temple was built and extended constantly until into the time of Roman Empire.
Creative learning fun
On eight stable paper sheet the Karnak temple is printed true to the details. Already children from 6 years are able to construct the temple out of these sheets. Outer walls, reliefs, columns and statues together form the installation of the temple. All the parts are beautifully painted, so that the finished installation radiates in colours try to nature.
- level of difficulty: simple - medium - difficult
- size: circa 39x22 cm area of temple
- number of sheets: 8 coloured pages in size A3
Experience history together
Get your kids away from the computer, television and games console. Create together on a great base area of 39 x 22 cm the Karnak temple. While the parts are pressed out and put together there are many opportunities to tell history varied. Your kids will have questions about the construction, that grows beneath their hands, automatically. The level of difficulty wilfully is kept easy, so that schoolchildren as well can construct the Karnak temple completely by themselves.
The stable paper makes it possible for you haven fun with the Karnak temple for a long time. As well in shelves or on the sideboard the temple installation is a try eye-catcher.
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