Today, I’m going to share a few worksheets and cards about Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome. These are free to download! These cover highlights such as:
- the Parthenon
- The story or Romulus and Remus
- the Colosseum
- Julius Caesar
Last semester, we read the Story of the World, vol. 1 (affiliate link), which is all about the ancient world. As I said before, ED loved this book! (And her older siblings wound up listening in too!) As we came to the end of the semester, the kids were anxious to finish the book. (In fact, we started listening to the Story of the World audiobook CDs (affiliate link) in the car and in the house!)
The girls also did a couple of ancient world projects. Last week, I shared the Ancient Egyptian pyramid that ED made. DD was keen to do a project too after she had finished her research project. She decided to make the Roman Colosseum!
Ancient Greece – Ancient Rome Worksheets and Cards You may want to check out some of the projects we did years ago when we studied Ancient Greece. We opted not to make the Parthenon or geography projects this time a round, but they were big hits in our house a number of years ago. This post also has links to some of the Ancient Greek myth books we used: Ancient Greece Unit for Kindergarten, Grade 1 or 2
- Free Ancient World Worksheets (Egypt, Mesopotamia, India)
- Free Ancient Egypt Notebook Pages
- Make Your Own Egyptian Pyramid!
- China Geography and Landmarks Packet
- Ancient China Packet (Free Notebook Pages)
- Ancient China – Books for Kids
- Hinduism Worksheets (India History)
And you might want to visit the posts from our Middle Ages Unit:
- Vikings, Norse Myths and a Woodburning Craft
- Middle Ages: King Arthur, Charlemagne
- Middle Ages Unit: The Medieval Church and Monasteries Worksheets
- Feudalism in the Middle Ages Notebook Pages and Simulation
- Middle Ages – Notebook Pages on England and France (800-1200)
- The Crusades
- Middle Ages in the 1300s: Black Plague Simulation, Hundred Years’ War, Crusades
- Genghis Khan and Kublai Khan Free Notebook Pages
- Marco Polo – Notebook Pages, Books and Resources
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Happy Homeschooling! ~Liesl
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