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Figures In Motion Famous Figures of Ancient Times

Perfect for creating your own timeline, setting up scenes, and putting on historic plays, this collection of 20 moveable Ancient Times figures will provide hours of hands-on exploration. Created by a homeschool mom, illustrations are true to period costume, and where possible are based on mosaics, paintings, and statues. Both colored-in and black-and-white versions are included, and placement for brads or other fasteners are clearly marked. Create Khufu, Sargon the Great, Moses, King David, Nebuchadnezzar II, Cyrus the Great, a Greek Hoplite, Aristotle, Alexander, Hannibal (and his elephant), Julius Caesar, Jesus, and others. 95 pages, softcover.
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Fun, but pricey..........

Date:April 11, 2011
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We are using these figures with Sonlight Core 1 this year. The kids really enjoy putting them together and displaying them on the wall! The only drawbacks are: you can't photocopy them and they are expensive for what they are. You'll need to buy one book per student to adhere to copyright laws, and $20 a pop is rather pricey to me for what are essentially "paper dolls".
Also, I have been looking forward to the American History figures expected to come out, and am disappointed to learn there will be only 10 figures in that set for $15 :( Half as many figures for only $5 less. Even less of a value, in my opinion.
I haven't decided yet whether I'll buy the other figures in the future. My kids enjoy them, but it would sure help if the price were closer to $10, OR, if we would be allowed to photocopy them for younger siblings.
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