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Days of Knights and Damsels: An Activity Guide Paperback – March 1, 1998
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Top Customer Reviews
The thing my wife and I like about Knights and Damsels, is that the kids can take charge of their own projects with only a little supervision from Mom & Dad. What a timesaver for homeschool parents.
Also, although there are some obvious compromises in costume-making and food preparation, there's still enough there to give our kids the "look and feel" of more primitive times, from making butter from scratch, to various costumes, to games kids (and grownups) played in medieval times. I bet they remember more, too, as their studies continue and they get older. And when they have an opportunity to dig deeper into this era academically, I'm betting they'll be pretty motivated.
If you want your kids to be excited about history, this hands-on, low maintenance book may be your answer.
Every one of the projects is clearly detailed, so that kids can usually work on a project with minimal adult supervision. There's also lots of historical data to highlight the era of your activity. What more can you ask?
Your family will love Days of Knights and Damsels, and I highly recommend it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
not what I thought it was going to be, could not use in the classroomPublished 16 months ago by Lisa
Lots of cute ideas, some of them get a bit repetitive. We have most of these craft books by Laurie Carlson though, and they are fun.Published 22 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book works great for children across a wide range of ages and interests.
Beginning with the introductory text, the book is clear and informative. Read more