The Iris Project - Making a passport

Making a passport

If you're thinking of paying a trip back to ancient Rome, you really don't to be forgetting your passport! Below is a step-by-step guide to making yourself a passport to get past those border controls and into ancient Rome!

* Take two pieces of paper, and a piece of card, cut out so it is exactly the same size as the paper

* Place the two pieces of paper exactly on top of the card, and staple all three together down the middle

* You can then fold them all in half, so it looks like a little book!

* On the front cover you can draw a Roman emperor or image representing Rome if you would like to be a Roman, and write "ROMA" beneath it! Or, if you'd prefer it to say you are from Britian, write "BRITANNIA", and draw a symbol of Britain instead...

* On the first page, write the following headings:
NOMEN: (which means name!)
TERRA: (country)
DIES NATALIS: (date of birth)
PUELLA/PUER: (girl/boy - write one of these)
NUMERUM: (number - write a passport number!)

* Then sign it!

* On the next pages, you can make up your own stamps to draw for countries you have visited

Then it's ready to take on your travels!

The Iris Project
24 Green Ridges

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