Jack wanted to make a knight's helmet with a visor - and here it is, complete with jaunty feather on top! It's a little more complicated to make...
You will need:
Stapler (or glue)
2 paper fasteners
Cut 5 strips of silver card about 2 inches (5cm)) wide and long enough to reach around your head from ear to ear.
Arrange two of the strips so they sit at right angles. and staple or glue together.
Bend the strips so that the other ends of each strip meet in the same way and staple or glue together.
Attach the other three strips so they cover the hole in between the two original strips. This is the back of your helmet.
Make the mouthpiece by cutting a rectangle long enough to reach around your face from ear to ear with an extra 2 inches (5cm) and about 4 inches (10cm) wide. Fold the rectangle in half and cut triangle off the bottom to form a point in the centre of the rectangle.
Glue or staple to the back piece of the helmet.
To make a visor, cut a rectangle long enough to reach around your face from ear to ear with an extra 2 inches (5cm) and about 4 inches (10cm) wide. Fold in half. Curve the edges to form an oval shape.
Cut thin rectangles along the fold as viewing holes. Attach the visor to the helmet with two paper fasteners.
Tape a feather to the top of the helmet.