Bookmark Julius from Rome self-made !!!
The bookmark small Roman for colouring
In the Roman Shop there are bookmarks with printed historical motives, that can be coloured by students and be designed at will.
- size 19x5 cm
- real papyrus
The bookmark small Roman Julius
One of the historical motives in the Roman Shop is Julius, a boy in toga and sanders, who is raising his index finger asking for attention. The outlines of the boy are printed in black on the real papyrus. Papyrus was the first writing material of the type of paper and replaced the cleanly scraped skins and clay tablets. As well the Romans knew papyrus as writing material.
The bookmark little Roman Julius convinces with:
- motive suited for kids
- ideas for further creations
- natural material
- material with historical aspects
How can the bookmarks little Roman Julius be used?
Always when children are supposed to be kept busy appropriately and with a connection to the syllabus, historical bookmarks little Roman Julius for colouring can be used. The bookmark offers many possibilities, asking about the life of a small boy in the Rome of Cesar or inform themselves about the origin and fabrication of papyrus or modern paper.
How can the bookmark small Roman Julius be used otherwise?
A coloured, prettily designed bookmark can be used as a small gift for friend or relatives. Apart form the use in lessons the bookmarks as small Roman Julius can be painted at birthday parties or be used as small rewarding. Do not wait any longer and order now the bookmark Julius, the Roman boy at www.der-roemer-shop.de!
Julius from Rome raises his finger as if he would like to say: "caution, be aware!"
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