In Medieval Times, a Coat of Arms represented one’s accomplishments, heritage, and values. What represents you? Consider your hobbies, pets, sports, religion, favorite foods, a self or family portrait, your home, favorite colors, a special vacation, or your nationality.
Upon completion of this lesson, students will be able to:
1. Label the elements of a coat of arms.
2.Summarize the purpose and significance of coats of arms.
3. Design a personal coat of arms.
With pencil draw what’s in orange.
With pencil draw what’s in orange. Divide the shape in 3 or 4 sections. Your
top section can be combined for a larger drawing space, perfect for a family
Erase what’s in blue.
Choose three or four subjects of interest and draw a picture of that subject in
each section (such as a flag for your nationality/nationalities, your family pet,
your favorite activity or food). For the banner, use your last name, your first
name or a family motto. Fill up the background space with bright colors and