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Ghadyn Manor (cardboard castle)

First one of the year, no. 28 Background: Situated in the lush valley of Estuarn (In the Realm of Enoch), between the Harp & Hypon Rivers, sits the magnificent Ghadyn Manor. Though a royal family does not live here, the Manor remains guarded heavily, leaving guests wondering what secrets are held inside its walls… 99% cardboard 1% foam board Time it took me to make: 3 days

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In Progress: 3rd Grade Cardboard Castle Sculptures

My third graders are doing simple machines in science class, which matches up perfectly with the next unit I wanted to do with them! I've been wanting to build castles with a grade, so I figured this would be the perfect class to do it with...we could incorporate simple machines in our draw bridge! I've seen numerous examples of these floating around Pinterest, but most of them use just cardboard tubes of different sizes to create a princess-like castle. I did a little research on castles…

wilke moerman
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Medieval Crafts For Kids - Easy Crafts For Kids

Kids LOVE adventure, and medieval times are a captivating part of history. Here are some ideas for medieval crafts for kids that will encourage them to dream and imagine. With our medieval kids crafts you will be able to turn cardboard into tiny figurines! These figurines are perfect company for our medieval cardboard castle. We

Jennifer van Raaij