Cut-out-sheet The knight's armour

Item number: 60227

How did the knights live? How did you become a knight and what kind of clothes did the knights and ladies wear? Simple objects of handicraft.

Category: Cut-out templates


4,49 €
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6+
Shipping weight:
0,10 Kg
Dimensions ( height ):
20,00 cm

Modelling sheet knight's armour for fand of Middle Ages

Knights, riders and medieval castles - that is a captivating world. Not only the knight's armour is available for constructing out of robust cut-out-sheet carton here, but also for example the medieval castle Ronneburg, the Wartburg of the Castle of Lichtenstein! Discover with your kids or students the interesting history around the dark Middle Ages. Here the students can proof their skills, because the sheets have to be cut out and put together carefully.

handicraft fun in the lessons or on birthday parties

  • scale: 1:75
  • size circa 20 cm
  • number of pages: 2x A4

Medieval modelling sheets makes the time become alive

Report the students or your child or the visitors of the birthday party something about brave riders in the Middle Ages while putting together the modelling sheets knight's armour: For example, that the ruling of Charlemagne began in the European Middle Ages. Or follow the question: Who actually were these knights? - Originally they were armed riders coming from the lower royalty. Farmers couldn't become knights, because the couldn't pay the expensive weapons and armour. The knights were obligated to their loyalty to the king and had to go to war with him against other kings.

You became a knight by serving as a squire to other knights for some time. The squire for example helped the knight into his heavy armour! And when tat one was inside the armour, furthermore the squire had to care for the horse and the weapons. You could become squire from an age of 14 and was in training until you were 21 years old. That was a log time of training up to seven years!

Have fun with it!

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