Use this simple, yet fun to scale model of a historic Pennsylvania fort to enhance your instruction about the French and Indian War for Pennsylvania or American history instruction.
Students can cut apart the four strips, fold them using the directions provided, then attach them at each bastion point to create their own smaller version of a Pennsylvania Provincial Fort.
Model is 1/300th scale model of a Pennsylvania Provincial Fort Allen 1756 built on ten acres of land donated by the Moravian missionary Bishop Spangenberg in Northampton County.
This printable also includes to scale figures to cut out and use along with the fort. Six provincial militia and five French Allied Indians plus French Commander included.
Look for other related activities in the Forts of Provincial Pennsylvania Series offered by this seller.