Cut-out-sheet: The Egyptian domestic dwelling
How did the ancient Egyptians actually live? Look for an answer with the experience of handicraft! How exciting and creative at the same time. This really special model shows, how Egyptians lives and were they were home. Out of the four to five cut-out-sheets a house is created, better defined as a villa of a rich Egyptian family. The handicraft instruction is nearly to self-explanatory and the piece can be put together very easily. Step by step a three-dimensional house of ancient Egyptians is constructed.
Attention to the details: For children and students an Egyptian handicraft experience
The Egyptian villa has many carefully designed details like for example the columns or mural drawings and floors and even tiled bathrooms! The Egyptian domestic dwelling is a Schreiber Carton Model. The cut-out-sheet is easy to cut and put together.
- level of difficulty: easy - medium - difficult
- scale: 1:87
- measures: 31x24x10 cm
- number of sheets: 4 to 5
Cut-out-sheets from the ancient Egypt
Under this category;"teaching resources Egypt" furthermore you find a sheet of modelling with four themes to construct by yourself: a pharaoh's chariot, the fabrication of brick in Egypt, a ship of procession and a depiction of a pharaoh and his wife. With these models as well you can plan your lessons illustratively and present the habitat of the ancient Egypt hapticly and visually - equipped with figures you even can play history(ies). Such an interesting lesson stimulating the students' fantasy and imagination. All cut-out-shhets are easy to handle and put together. No history book can achieve that!
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