[ANSTHRLD] Heraldry for kids?

Star - Ansteorra star at ansteorra.org
Thu Jan 26 10:00:52 PST 2006

Emma hit the nail on the head. Construction paper is great for this sort of
thing.  And using the example of McDonalds is good as well.  If you can get
some picture of some popular no name logos, like the golden arches, you can
really make your point.

Getting them to do stuff is great.


On 1/25/06, robert segrest <aumbob at yahoo.com> wrote:
> 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
> existing program...nifty.
> Tell me more, please.
> Laszlo Nemanzelsky
> Halberd Pursuivant
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