The vikings and their art of war
Many histories have grown around the wild red bearded men from the north. About robbery, raids and plundering have been spoken, but also about the vikings being settled and doing peaceful trade. Furthermore there were groups dedicating themselves intensively the art of war. With that courage, the right weapon's handling and a oath of fealty as the top priority in their community. These vikings only were warrior. So they didn't care for whom they were fighting. Decisive only was to them getting the highest payment.
On the offered handicraft postcard viking warrior you will find representative cross-section of the different types of warriors, like for example the one throwing axes, bowmen or swordsmen. The individual characteristics of the small figures are especially underlined in really pretty form and colour.
- Din A6 size
- viking's time: 800-1059 AD
- nine different figures to cut out, put up and play with
- figures' height: circa 3-4 cm
- working material: scissors, ruler, cutter
Thematic handicraft postcard - meaningful and methodically varied
The handicraft postcard viking warrior can be written on as well as be sent, but also it can be used as a but-out-sheet to cut out and play with. Therefore only a ruler is put along the broken line and cut partly and carefully with the cutter along it. An the marked lines cut out. Then fold one part to the front the other one to the back. Now the figures can stand!
A meaningful completion offers the "handicraft postcard viking battle ship" (item number 33231). As well as a set for classes it is perfectly suited as a method to plan lessons!
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