Famous Figures of the American Revolution
Have fun learning more about American history with jointed paper dolls from the American Revolution! First, cut out the arms, legs, and body parts. Then put them together with a hole punch and mini brads to make a paper doll that moves. Use your imagination to make them move and come to life with the real stories of the American Revolution.
Inspire your child with this fun history craft. Perfect for eager children who want more hands-on activities and love crafts. You can also use them to motivate reluctant learners. Add this American history activity to your homeschool history lesson. Or, have your child make the paper dolls while reading a biography. Another idea is to have your child narrate what they have learned with the puppet. A great hands-on U.S. history project for elementary kids.
Make 10 Jointed Paper Dolls from American History
The 10 famous people in this book come in two versions: one colored and one to color. The card stock pages make sturdy paper dolls from American history. All costume is from the time of the American Revolution. You may laminate the pages before cutting them out to strengthen them. 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!
Includes Facts and a Reading List
There is a short description about each person at the beginning of the book, along with a list of books to read aloud. The list of books may be a teaching resource for books to read while your child is making the jointed paper dolls. Or, use the historical paper dolls with biographies, with lap books, as a unit study, on a timeline, or with any American history curriculum. Famous Figures of the American Revolution works well with Story of the World, Sonlight Curriculum, Classical Conversations, Mystery of History, and many others.
Hours of fun and educational play for hands-on learners. Stand in a thunderstorm with Ben Franklin as he conducts experiments with a kite. Write the Declaration of Independence with Thomas Jefferson. Sew the first American flag with Betsy Ross. Lead the Continental Army with George Washington. Learn while playing with paper dolls from Famous Figures of the American Revolution!