To create a militant king-knight children take first an empty roll of toilet paper and stick blotting paper to it. First, stick with yellow one of its ends so blotting paper cover a piece which is outside and inside a roll. Then one should bend a papered edge so its yellow end begins to resemble a king’s crown (children bend with a finger in the direction of an edge of a yellow papered part). Next step is to paper from the outside part of the rest of a roll with blue blotting paper. The last step is to cut out a face of king-knight from a white sheet of paper. Then children draw eyes and a mouth of a bellicose rules and stick a face to his body. A monarch looks as if he prepares in full armour to an important battle.