Famous Figures of the American Revolution

The patriots are fighting for liberty and the birth of a new nation. Valiant George Washington leads the Continental Army against the Redcoats. Molly Pitcher supplies thirsty soldiers with drinking water at the Battle of Monmouth. When her husband collapses during combat, she takes his place at the cannon and fights on to the end. Patrick Henry uses fiery words to persuade the Virginia House of Burgess to go to war with the British. Benjamin Franklin eloquently represents the colonies across the Atlantic in their quest for independence. Paul Revere delivers messages for the militia while thriving in his trade as a silversmith.

Now, children age 6 to 12 can make movable action patriots and relive the memorable events of the American Revolution with Famous Figures of the American Revolution: Movable Paper Figures to Cut, Color, and Assemble. The book includes a short biography of each of the ten patriots from Benjamin Franklin to Thomas Jefferson. A companion reading list is included for parent / teacher read-alouds and independent readers. Meticulous illustrations are based on authentic paintings and sculpture. Each character comes in easy-to-assemble colored and colorable versions printed on heavy card stock with perforated pages. A letter key is printed on the back of each figure for simple assembly. Punch and fastener packs are available.

An engaging activity for hands-on learners. Fun to make and play with, again and again!

Benjamin Franklin
Betsy Ross
Daniel Boone
George Washington
John Adams
Molly Pitcher
Patrick Henry
Paul Revere
Soldier of the Continental Army
Thomas Jefferson

Famous Figures of the American Revolution

by Cathy Diez-Luckie

Movable Paper Figures to Cut, Color, and Assemble
ISBN 978-0-9818566-2-9