How to Make a Model of a Motte and Bailey Castle?

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A model of a motte and bailey castle can be made from cardboard and adhesive. The BBC offers instructions, worksheets, and extension activities at http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/history/handsonhistory/HOH_Castle_activities.pdf.
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A model motte and bailey castle can be easily assembled from cardboard and glue which you can then paint. A template with instructions can be downloaded from the BBC which has extra activities and lots of information regarding how to make a model motte and bailey castle at http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/history/handsonhistory/HOH_Castle_activities.pdf.
When making a mott-and-bailey castle, you would want to use paper mache to make your raised area for your motte. You can use the shape of a bowl as your guide. You can then use paper mache, popsicle sticks and/or cardbord to make your buildings.
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