Free Ancient World Worksheets (Egypt, Mesopotamia, India)
Today I have another set of free ancient world history notebook pages about Sumer, Mesopotamia, Babylon and more! These review a few facts about Ancient Egypt, Sumer, Akkadia, Babylon, and Mohenjo-Daro (in the Indus River Valley).
My youngest and I are reading Story of the World (affiliate link) together while my older two are working on research papers. This is a fabulous book for young learners. The stories are engaging and she definitely begs me to read more!
These notebook pages go along with the chapters we just read. If you are using the Story of the World, these can be used after reading up through Chapter 9. (Last week I shared the Ancient Egypt notebook pages (also free).)
You can download these pages here. Be sure to drop us a note if they were helpful. 🙂 ~Liesl
So, that’s it for today. Coming soon… the China Geography Pack (see a preview of that down below!)
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