Medieval Unit Study

medieval-unit-studyThis video shows you the hands-on activities we will be doing for our Medieval Unit Study. The activities include building large and small cardboard castles, shield-making, catapult and trebuchet models, archery, and a Medieval feast.

Medieval Unit Study: Hands-on Activities:

I’ve linked to a few activities to get you started with this time period:

Life-sized cardboard castle, medieval feast, cathedral tour, and more in the Unit Study Treasure Vault!

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8 Responses to “Medieval Unit Study”

  1. Carmen says:

    Thank You, Mrs. Evans! A wonderful video and helpful resource suggestions! I am thrilled!

  2. Head Ant says:

    I’ll have to remember this for second grade!

  3. Rebecca says:

    Great ideas! My 12 year old loves the Medieval times. Funny, we have several of those plastic play figures and wall hangings as well. I jotted down some new books I will see if I can track down for him. Thanks 🙂

  4. Julie says:

    More fun with Susan! Love this! What fun to learn how you teach!

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