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I bought this for my sons school project about Roman building.
I kind of thought this would be the cheat option , to spare myself from endless hours spent with cardboard and haphazard internet printoutsBoy was I wrong.
The end result is nice see attached pics but this is definitely not the cheat options.
It took us about 3 4 days in smaller doses , perhaps 8 hours or so in total.
There are tiny cutouts that require a Stanley blade or similar that need parental input , but even without it , it s an extremely involved and fiddly art project.
Precise cutting , and gluing in involved in this.
We ended up using a lot of sello tape clear tape because Pritt Stick didn t work You d need some sort of super glue otherwise nothing will hold the buildings in place instantaneously.
Our isn t perfect because a nine year old did a lot of it but we Re pleased with the result.
My grandson chose this to make, after a day at Glasgow Museums Resource Centre learning about knights and castles, rather than a medieval castle, as he has a fascination with the Romans, since learning about them at school, and visiting some Roman sites near us that were part of the Antonine Wall I have to say I am impressed with the printing, and quality of the material, as well as the detail of the structures The instructions are clear and simple, and the cutting lines well defined, so there is no doubt about where the scissors go We spent a couple of wet spring days at the table working on this, and it was a great piece of teamwork that got our fort completed in that wet weekend Our next task is going to be to populate it with Airfix Roman figures, which will take a bit lo The model was made for some children that I tutor in Year 3 I made it myself and it took a solid day and a half to make It is very time consuming but the end result is very rewarding I started off with glue but resorted to double sided tape quick and clean The next model, I will use a combination of both less expensive.
As for building them with children, patience will DEFINITELY be needed A Stanley knife or scalpel and steel rule is needed for neat, straight edges also something to make the creases When building, only cut out what you need to complete one section Don t cut it all out at once you will get in a muddle as the numbers are not printed on the pieces you cut out but on the waste.
My first little one loved it and it was a good talking point as he spotted different things I also used it for positional work i.
e in front of, behind the and it brought