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Castle recources and links

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John & Sandra Barrick (astroboy)
Sat, 17 Apr 1999 19:55:20 -0400

Dear Linda,
I haven't seen these posted yet. So here you go-
Lots of resources for castles. I'm not sure what age you are doing.
I just completed an architecture unit with my 4 and 5 year olds.
Here are a few books I used for castles.
I got them at the Library:
The Nature Company Discoveries Library-"Great Buildings"-ISBN
This covers many different cultures including Mexico,Egypt,-through
modern buildings.

See Through History with clear(transparency) pages which you can
flip and see the inside of-"Forts and Castles"by:Brian
This covers castles in many different lands. He also has a great
book called Houses and homes in the same series.There are several
titles in the series.

My favorite one for young when it comes to integrating activities
Knights and Castles(50 hands on activities to experience the middle
ages by Avery Hart and Paul Mantell-Isbn-1-885593-17-1. It's great
to get the mind churning once you see the other activities.

Here is a great web site with lots and lots of links!!!!!
try to visit some local castles if you are near any. We actually
have one here in OHIO.

Sandra Barrick