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• Find the words, from CAPARISON to SQUIRE, in this rectangular word search.
• 3 ACROSS: code of conduct for honorable knights
• Practice numbers and following directions with this medieval-themed grid coloring exercise.
• Who won the fewest jousts?
• Chapter-by-chapter comprehension and vocabulary work to enhance Marguerite De Angeli's story of medieval times. This unit includes a biography of the author, text-based math work, and more.
• The KNIGHT is on 4,1.
• Oh, no! The medieval music timeline has gotten mixed up! Can you sort it out? Cut out the squares and put them on the timeline in order. From the invention of the crwth (in 610) to the development of white notation (in 1425).
• Featuring vocabulary from Mary Pope Osborne's Magic Tree House book "Knight at Dawn" (this word scramble can be used without the book).
• "Help the knight find a path to the castle. Draw a path through each stone with an answer of 8."
• Shows how an alternating pattern of blocks is stronger than straight lines. This is a good introduction to concepts of strength and construction.
• The history of illuminated manuscripts is explored, and then students are directed to make their own illuminated manuscripts on a suggested topic. The complication level of the project should correspond to student ability and interest.
• Put the events in order to tell the story of a medieval battle.
• Use the provided journal page (make as many copies as desired) to track imaginary experiences in the Middle Ages.
• "Can you find the thief and the missing crowns?" Follow the directions and mark the path on the map of the castle.
• Cut out math counters (available on abcteach) and glue the correct number into each box.
• From "archery" to "wizard", 20 medieval vocabulary words with color illustrations in this medieval bingo check-off sheet.
• Played like "hangman", this spelling game reviews medieval-related vocabulary.
• Explains how catapults work and how they were used in medieval times. Lots of hands on work for comparing three classes of lever.
• Identify the outside shape of each shield by circling the correct name. Write the number of sides.
• Our funny fiction tale of a white knight, followed by worksheets for practicing the -ite and -ight spelling.
• Featuring vocabulary from Mary Pope Osborne's Magic Tree House book "The Knight at Dawn" (this crossword can be used without the book).
• This reading comprehension presents some facts about the home of the legendary Robin Hood.
• Practice numbers and following directions with this medieval-themed grid coloring exercise.
• Fact-filled reading comprehensions about knights, their armor and weapons, tournaments and heraldry, and chivalry and the Crusades.
• Practice skip counting by threes and draw this knight on his horse.
• What is chivalry? What is its modern-day equivalent? Answer these questions and more with this history-based reading comprehension. Also contains essay and poetry writing prompts.
• Featuring vocabulary and color pictures of medieval knights like the ones featured in Mary Pope Osborne's 2nd Magic Tree House book (most of this lesson can be used without the book). Also on abcteach: crossword, word search, and word scramble.
• Help the knight find a path to the dragon. Draw a path through each stone with an answer of 3.
• Directions for making a shield from construction paper and a cereal box.
• Practice skip counting by twos and draw this knight's helmet.
• The Newbery-winning novel Hatchet (by Gary Paulsen) is a popular book, even among reluctant readers. Expand your reading with a chapter summary sheet, vocabulary expansion exercises, comprehension review, and MUCH more.
• Reading comprehensions with multiple choice questions about the Middle Ages, including the feudal system, medieval economics, and guilds.
• Color the map of Medieval Europe.
• Compare maps of medieval and modern Europe to answer the questions.
• Place the words, from CHIVALRY to SQUIRE, in alphabetical order.
• Simple directions for designing your own medieval shield.
• "Use color, division of field, and charges to design a shield that identifies you." A brief history of heraldry and directions for creating your own shield.