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Rosalie's Medieval Woman presents...
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Medieval Paper Dolls Free Activity

I've worked in schools and with kids and I know that free stuff for kids is always appreciated, so because I like to be entertaining and informative while I'm about it, I've made theese cute Cut & Colour Activity Dolls which features my own hand-drawn and designed paper dolls.

At the moment I have a Noble Lady and a Working Class Woman, although a 15th century Woman is almost finished. The dolls come with labelled information on what the items of clothing are called.

These are popular with ages 5 to 8, although older classes and parents in Australia and overseas have also enjoyed this activity on a different level by designng the brocade patterns and thinking about what dyes colours may have been used for clothes. Grandparents seem to like them too!

Since I am giving these away to use for FREE, all I ask is that the conditions of use are followed.

Conditions of use

1. You may NOT charge money for this activity. It must be used FREE!
2. Please don't add anything to the page.
3. Please don't take anything off the page.
4. Please don't use the little pictures on this page. They are low res and do not enlarge well. Click the picture and use the full size large one.
5. Please drop me AN EMAIL to tell me where these are being used! I'd love to know!

14th CENTURY WORKING CLASS WOMAN
LATE 14th CENTURY NOBLE LADY


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