A bundled set of SIXTEEN varied, creative activities and printables on Ancient Rome. Some are multi-day tasks and some for only one period, but all were created to engage and teach your students about Ancient Rome, both individually and as a class, and as part of a student group. There are even three separate projects for your students included.
Sixty-eight pages in total, with answers provided for everything.
This bundled collection will definitely keep motivation and eagerness high as you study the Ancient Romans for an extended period. It will also make your social studies lessons interdisciplinary/cross-curricular.
***Note: This collection combines 16 items that are sold separately in my store. If you do not wish to purchase doubles of an item, read the products listing below carefully.
What is included? See below:
Greek and Roman Comparison Exercise (with Teacher's Notes)
Latin: The Language of Rome Printable Fun Activity #1
Latin: The Language of Rome Printable Fun Activity #2
Latin: The Language of Rome Printable Fun Activity #3
Problem Solving Math Lesson: The Roman Calendar
Problem Solving Math Lesson: Roman Money
Roman Emperors: Individual Student Projects Guide (Multi-Day)
Wacky Roman Emperors: Interesting and Memorable Notes
Activity: Organizing A Classroom Roman Dinner Party (Multi-Day)
Roman Aqueducts: Background and Student Project (Multi-Day)
Complete Teaching Guide: The Hollywood Movie "Spartacus" (Multi-Day)
Complete Teaching Guide: The Hollywood Movie "Quo Vadis" (Multi-Day)
Student Project: Making a Real Roman Board Game "Tabula" (Multi-Day)
Roman Group Activity Challenge Printable
Extra Credit and/or Gifted Activities for Ancient Rome Printables (Multi-Day)
The Fall of Rome: Source-Based Analysis Printable
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Another bestseller! Turn your class into an Ancient Roman courtroom in this great one-week classroom simulation while students practice public speaking and cooperative efforts, learn about justice and the law, and of course……learn about the ancient Romans!
Twelve Tables of Roman Law: Using Classroom as Courtroom