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Beavers Roman Soldier night. You will need: Lots of cardboard: Large rectangles for shields, plus lots extra Paint Lots of Al foil Split pins, sellotape , staplers Small disposable bowls. Make a shield and sword. Making the sword

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You will need:

  • Lots of cardboard:
  • Large rectangles for shields, plus lots extra
  • Paint
  • Lots of Al foil
  • Split pins, sellotape, staplers
  • Small disposable bowls
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Making the sword

Staple or sellotape two cardboard sword templates together.

Add Aluminium foil to blade, and base of handle.

Leave handle undecorated, or draw lines to represent leather strapping.

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Making the Shield

Take shield in colour of lodge.

Add foil to bowl and card square to create boss.

Attach to middle of shield using split pins.

Attach handle on back.

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Testudo Formation

Testudo is latin for Tortoise

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Testudo Formation

Red Lodge

Blue Lodge

Green Lodge

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Testudo Formation

Each lodge to approach a ‘castle‘ of upturned tables

in formation, and withstand attack

from another lodge in form of balls of paper