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Requires only glue, scissors and a craft knife Most historical titles compatible with OO HO scale to complement figures bought from model shops Fantasy models include moving parts and see inside sections Each model includes full color buildings, people and baseboard Baseboards of the 12th century village, town, castle and cathedral fit together to form one large medieval setting...

Title : Make This Roman Fort (Usborne Cut Out Models)
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ISBN : 0746002564
ISBN13 : 978-0746002568
Format Type : Paperback
Language : Deutsch
Publisher : -
Number of Pages : 206 Pages
File Size : 579 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Make This Roman Fort (Usborne Cut Out Models) Reviews

  • Sburns
    2019-05-22 13:16

    Did this as a homeSchool project. Very neat and well detailed.

  • lolly miller
    2019-06-16 11:06

    I purchased three different models from this company and, they are all excellent. As a teacher, I can say that these will become a regular part of my curriculum.

  • Melissa Sargent
    2019-05-24 14:24

    These are awesome! Definitely requires parent involvement though at least up to 9-10 years old. Very fun though and went very well with our study of Ancient History.

  • Sandra Combs
    2019-05-23 14:18

    Combine with book How to be a Roman Soldier for a great introduction to this era of history.

  • Randall Knol
    2019-06-06 13:05

    Used this for a class grades 3 - 5. The students were able to assemble the building with minor help. It was very successful.

  • Adrian S. Miller
    2019-06-03 14:07

    Fun to make

  • R. Chrichlow
    2019-05-23 11:00

    The model was made for some children that I tutor in Year 3. I made it myself and it took a solid day and a half to make. It is very time consuming but the end result is very rewarding. I started off with glue but resorted to double sided tape - quick and clean. The next model, I will use a combination of both - less expensive.

  • Aaron Akselrud
    2019-05-23 13:00

    a great school project, educational.