A great hands-on Civil War activities project for kids.
Make your study of history fun and memorable with these articulated puppets of famous people from the Civil War. With Famous Figures of the Civil War, your children will make ten jointed paper dolls of the famous people of the Civil War. Includes Abraham Lincoln, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Robert E. Lee, and more!
Includes ten historical figures:
- Abraham Lincoln
- Clara Barton
- Confederate Soldier
- Frederick Douglass
- Harriet Beecher Stowe
- Harriet Tubman
- Robert E. Lee
- Thomas “Stonewall ” Jackson
- Ulysses S. Grant
- Union Soldier
First, cut them out and put them together. Then use your imagination to make them come to life. Each of these easy to assemble figures comes in two versions: pre-colored, or blank and ready to color. Printed on sturdy paper, when assembled, these figures move their arms and legs! Includes historical information.
Famous Figures of the Civil War will inspire your child with story. Act out the real stories of history. Travel through time with your articulated puppets. It is a perfect activity for eager learners who continually want more hands-on activities. Deliver the Gettysburg Address with Abraham Lincoln. Follow Harriet Tubman through the Underground Railroad. Stand with General Ulysses S. Grant as General Robert E. Lee surrenders at a farm in Appomattox Courthouse, Virginia. Learn while playing with paper dolls from Famous Figures of the Civil War!
These jointed paper dolls of famous people from the Civil War also motivate and engage reluctant students. Furthermore, your child will build fine motor skills as they cut out the pieces and put them together. Additionally, you can create puppets with string or craft sticks. Even more, try producing a stop-motion animation film using magnets on the back of the figures.
Famous Figures of the Civil War is a great addition to your study of the Civil War. Provide hours of fun and educational play with this Civil War history activity!The perfect complement to Sonlight levels D, E, D+E, or any history program you may be using.
Suitable for ages 8+