[ANSTHRLD] Heraldry for kids?
francis.schalles at ttuhsc.edu
Thu Jan 26 06:32:12 PST 2006
Greetings from Bonwicke!
I have cut out cardboard shields and painted them with the tinctures,
metals, and furs. I write the names on the back. I also painted field
divisions, and some with simple ordinaries. Then I painted some variations
of all of these. They all are used as flash cards in a group session for
instruction, then you can divide the group, and have a competition for a
prize. It's basic but fun. Even works on adults. :-)
Troye de Leon
Western Cross Pursuivant
From: heralds-bounces+francis.schalles=ttuhsc.edu at ansteorra.org
[mailto:heralds-bounces+francis.schalles=ttuhsc.edu at ansteorra.org] On Behalf
Of robert segrest
Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2006 8:19 PM
To: heralds at ansteorra.org
Subject: [ANSTHRLD] Heraldry for kids?
Whats this about a program for teaching children about
heraldry? I have been asked, in a general way, if I
could find a way to teach, or have taught, a
children's heraldry class in the fairly near future.
I had not yet put much work into it, but had been
letting the idea float around in what passes for my
mind. I had intended to ask on the list if anyone had
any ideas about how I might approach this task, but
hadn't done so yet. But now I see mention of an
Tell me more, please.
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