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Famous Figures of the Early Modern Era

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Explore new territories with Sacagawea, investigate the laws of motion with Sir Isaac Newton, or invade Russia with Napoleon. These movable paper figures to cut, color, and assemble let your children create new stories using famous people from the early modern era, corresponding to The Story of the World, Volume 3.

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Explore new territories with Sacagawea, investigate the laws of motion with Sir Isaac Newton, or invade Russia with Napoleon. These movable paper figures to cut, color, and assemble let your children create new stories using famous people from the early modern era, corresponding to The Story of the World, Volume 3.

Product Description

The activity book presents 10 historical figures, including  Pocahontas, Rembrandt, Peter the Great, Captain James Cook, and more, in both pre-colored and color-them-in versions, to cut out and assemble into movable action figures. A brief biographical note on each figure is also included, along with a list of resources. 

This item makes a great supplement to The Story of the World, Volume 3.

Each of the 21 famous people in this book comes in two versions: one pre-colored and one to color. The card stock pages make sturdy paper dolls, wearing historically accurate costumes. You may laminate the pages before cutting them out to strengthen them for younger children. We label the back of each paper doll with a letter key for easy identification and assembly. Cut out the pieces. Use a 1/8″ round hole punch to form a hole at each joint. Finally, place a mini brad through the joint hole and you have a moving historical character!

Additional Information

Weight 1.17 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × .2 × 11 in
Grade Level

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ISBN-13

978-0-9818566-6-7

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    Can we access this in the uk? Is there a pdf version to avoid postage costs?

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