Third image shows a typical mosaic kit and what you can expect to receive, the mosaic itself will be the main image. _______________________________________________________________________________
Roman mosaic - Wave border pattern The wave border pattern is one of the most common border patterns seen in a Roman mosaic and it can be dated back to the first Greek pebble mosaics from the 5th century BCE. This version is known as a 'square set' wave pattern and is taken from and example found in Carthage in modern day Tunisia.
These kits are ideal for children wanting to make a small mosaic for a school project of just for fun. Easy to do they come with full instructions. The tiles used are child safe and if you pick one of the kits that needs cutting then they can be cut with scissors!
Free shipping within mainland UK Choking hazard, small parts. Not recommended for under 3 years. Adult supervision recommended ___________________________________________________________________________________
Each kit contains; MDF board - Size 10.5 cm x 10.5 cm Pattern and instruction sheet Glue & spreader stick Unglazed ceramic mosaic tiles (colours may vary slightly from those shown)
Also included with the mosaic kit is: KS2 Children's Roman Mosaic Project Papers Recommended age- 7 years + The information is aimed at 8 - 9 year old's who are studying the Romans at school. Working through this pack will give you an understanding of the history, how the patterns and images were used and much more. Easy to work through and clearly set out. Do as much or as little as you want of the exercises, some are to colour in, some are puzzles.
You receive; 1. Roman mosaics - A brief history. A Roman mosaic information sheet gives you a short guide to the history of floor mosaics, how they were made and what images they had. 2. Wordsearch - all the words are to do with Roman mosaics, see if you can find them all. 3. Find the patterns - two drawings of Roman mosaic patterns where you have to try to work out what the pattern is. 4. Geometric patterns in Roman mosaics - A full colouring in sheet of different geometric mosaics.