Medieval Times Toronto Offers Fun & Education For Your Kids

Bring the Castle Home!




Want to experience the fun of medieval times at home, and learn a few things too? Medieval Times Toronto Castle is providing some online resources for kids to make learning at home at bit more exciting.

You'll find fun, educational materials like worksheets and lesson plans, games, colouring pages, crowns, and shields to help junior royal fans stay entertained and educated while learning from home.

Grades K-3 students will find lessons plans relating to medieval vocabulary, people & places, and reading and understanding a medieval mad-lib story. They'll learn about medieval vocabulary through bingo, and there's an art project to make your own coat of arms and tapestry.

Grades 4-5 students can learn about castle structures and modern-day code of chivalry. There's also an art project to create your own coat of arms and tapestry, along with fun knights' crossword puzzles and word searches.

Middle School students will learn about medieval vocabulary, building a castle, modern-day code of chivalry, a day in the life of people during medieval times, with an art project to create your own coat of arms and tapestry.

Check back every week as new content will be uploaded.

Find out more at www.medievaltimes.com.

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