Schreiber sheet, medieval knight's castle Rudolfseck, cardboard model making

Item number: 60218

Developed especially for children and teens. Construct simply and playfully a castle.

Category: Medieval party

4,99 €
≈ £ 4.59

including 19% VAT. , plus shipping (Warenpost)

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May only be used under the supervision of an adult.

Shipping weight:
0,12 Kg
Dimensions ( length × width × height ):
14,00 × 14,00 × 13,00 cm

Knight's castle of the extravagance of a Schreiber sheet

The cut-out-sheet Rudolfseck was developed especially for children and teenagers for being able to reconstruct the knight's castle Rudolfseck in a scale of 1:120. The castle Rudolfseck with that is becoming the size/ extension of 14x14x13 cm.

Target group students

Because of its easy level of difficulty the cut-out-sheet castle Rudolfseck already is suited form an age of 6 years or from primary school age. But also the cut-out-sheet castle Rudolfseck is suited for complying the lessons for turning the history lessons into something more vivid.

  • scale 1:120
  • size of the castle 14x14x13 cm
  • 2 cut-out-sheets

Learning with an object

The subject "Middle Ages" or "knights" in schools mostly is spoken about in the third or fourth grade. Often it is difficult to interest the students for historical facts of this epoch. The cut-out.sheet castle Rudolfseck helps the students to get closer to the subject Middle Ages practically and more vividly. The finished castle for example can be used in the context of a project, a group work or a student's presentation, because it visualises the subject especially well.

cost effectiveness

Because the interest of the students for the Middle Ages is concentrated on knights and castle and their connection, therefore the cut-out-sheet castle Rudolfseck perfectly combines these interests and furthermore can be purchased for the unbeatably cheap price of 4,99 €.

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