catapult

Not just boys as the previous commenter says. my girls will go crazy for this! "Boys would love this craft for popsicle sunday! DIY spoon and popsicle stick catapult.

How to make Laurel Crowns - I think this is a great craft idea for younger kids when studying Roman history.

How to make Laurel Crowns - I think this is a great craft idea for younger kids when studying Ancient Greece. --perhaps use for winners in "Olympic Sporting Events"

Art:In the Roman-era catapult, an arm bearing a stone was winched down, building up torsion in a bundle of twisted cords. When the torsion w...

Art:In the Roman-era catapult, an arm bearing a stone was winched down, building up torsion in a bundle of twisted cords.


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Get Gurmeet to make a Roman Soldier. Then as we learn more about the Romans, add to the display

Looked up Samurai soldiers - the costuming looks pretty intricate and intimidating to paint. I could see us making something more like this much easier and cutting out the face. Also, without the info boxes, that will all be on the info poster.

Scope and Sequence Day 18

Making Roman numerals with popsicle sticks. We could use the match sticks. Great idea, seeing as it's now in the maths curriculum!

Roman mosaics

Roman mosaics- not sure my class would have the patience but beautiful

My Ancient Rome Art Project with a Year 6/7 Class. Colour in a face portrait of a Roman Emperor. Use crepe paper in balls to create 3D-effect on face. Create a Roman mosaic in the background using 2-3 colours of craft paper. The display turns out beautifully with so many colours... lightens up the whole classroom!

Ancient Rome Art Project - Colour in a face portrait of a Roman Emperor. Use crepe paper in balls to create on face. Create a Roman mosaic in the background using colours of craft paper.

Make a Roman Villa George Palmer Primary ::: Year Group ::: Year 4 **

Make a Roman Villa George Palmer Primary ::: Year Group ::: Year 4 **

The Roman Army made from toilet rolls. From The History Issue of Lotta Magazine

Weeks 5 & Roman Army made from toilet rolls. From The History Issue of Lotta Magazine

Roman Mosaics_ group activity with Y3!  End of range 10x10 tiles on treated MDF board. A terms work but briliant result

Roman Mosaics_ group activity with End of range tiles on treated MDF board. A terms work but briliant result Más

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