Medieval Crowns for Elementary Students
These simple little crowns are great for your little learners. Add them to your medieval history unit for a little play acting or as a way to give your students a creative outlet.
The French crown is based on the Crown of Charlemagne from 1271. The top of the crown displays the traditional fleur de lis, a symbol of the French royal line. Not that your little learners actually need to know that right now – just wanted to included that detail. Practice coloring in the lines as your little learners decorate the “jewels” on the crown. Another idea is to have students follow directions, either written or verbal.
The Medieval crown is a generic crown common in painting from medieval Europe. This is blank to let your students have the freedom to color how they wish.
The French crown needs cardstock to stand up properly. Please check your printer to make sure it will print on cardstock before you make the investment. It would also be super cute to break out the glitter and glue or little jewels from the craft store.
The French crown is a bit high maintenance and I would recommend you cut it, not your students. It can be a bit tricky.
- French crown outline
- Medieval crown outline
I have other crafts and activities for the elementary students you may want to look at. Take a look at how cute it would be to color a classroom quilt with Martha Washington’s Quilt Coloring Page. Adorable!
Or maybe you are looking for something a bit more substantial – it is never too early to teach students about dates and Chronology. This is a math Common Core aligned history lesson!
Remember, TpT gives you credits towards future purchases if you leave a review!
If you are unable to leave a 4-star review, please let me know and I will see if I can accommodate you.
Follow my store above! I add new products often and throw sales randomly. You wouldn’t want to miss out.