Students will label and color a map to help them understand how the Western Roman Empire collapsed. Students will also use the map to answer 6 questions. What's Included with the print versions:*Blank map with 6 questions for students to answer (2 pages; uneditable PDF)*Blank map without questions (
This is a mind-map project which reqiures students to determine the ten key events that led to the Fall of Rome in 476CE and "map" out how each event led to the following. The project requires them to not only visualize and draw an image for each event, but to include a brief description for each e
Mapping the Lands of the Romans Activity (Part of my Geography IN History Series)
This mapping activity guides students through mapping the physical features of the Romans (Ancient to Empire) by researching 20 different questions and topics on the region. Students can use an atlas with a physical
This ready to use Mapping the Fall of Rome will give students a multi step mapping activity on the end of the Roman Empire. All students need to complete the assignment is a World History Textbook, Historical Atlas, OR the internet. This is a great activity to leave with a substitute, since it r
A detailed map of Imperial Rome, with 18 buildings identified by key, and the regions of the ancient city identified. A high quality .jpg, 600 dpi, and at least 10" x 10" in size, which makes it suitable for printing as well as projecting (unlike many images available on the net).All images carry th
A color map of the Roman empire, coded with different colors to show the progression of Rome's empire from local to Europe and bayond. A high quality .jpg, 600 dpi, and at least 10" x 10" in size, which makes it suitable for printing as well as projecting (unlike many images available on the net).
A map of Rome during the Republic with the Forum / Palatine, the Capitoline, and the Campus Martius identified and specific buildings keyed. A high quality .jpg, 600 dpi, and at least 10" x 10" in size, which makes it suitable for printing as well as projecting (unlike many images available on the n
A map of the area immediately around Rome, including local tribes (Fidenae) and cities (Gabii). Perfect if teaching Livy's first decade. A high quality .jpg, 600 dpi, and at least 10" x 10" in size, which makes it suitable for printing as well as projecting (unlike many images available on the net).
Directions: You will need to create a map of the Mediterranean World you will be instructed below on how to add the illustrations. If you would like to see an example of an illustrated map, type illustrated map into Google and hit the images tab, a number of examples will pop up. Rome conquered the
In this Fall of Rome DBQ student resource Investigation, students explore 7 short documents (5 text, 1 chart, 1 map), to ultimately answer the question: "Why exactly did the Roman Empire fall?" Students analyze 7 documents and complete a bubble-map organizer before completing a "snowball effect" o
This comprehensive resource on Ancient Rome starts with the geography of ancient Italy, it looks into what it was like to live in a Roman town, dives into the Punic Wars, covers Julius and Augustus Caesar, as well as the other emperors who took the throne, looks at how Christianity developed, talks
This activity will help students better understand the magnitude and location of Alexander the Great's empire. Students will label and color a map and then answer a few questions. It's a great way to incorporate geography in your Alexander the Great lesson.What's included with the printed version:*M
Students will label and color a map to help them understand how Christianity spread throughout the Roman Empire. Students will also use the map to answer 4 questions. What's Included with the Printed Version:*Blank map with 4 questions for students to answer (2 pages, AD and CE versions included, un
This bundle includes activities about culture, contributions, geography, and economics in Ancient Rome - perfect for 3rd grade Virginia teachers teaching social studies.This digital resource uses Google Slides™ and can be used on Google Classroom and Google Drive. This resource also includes an answ
Spice up your Ancient Civilization geography lessons (Egypt, Rome, Mesopotamia, India, China, & Greece) with these fun, innovative map foldables! Students love that these foldables are small enough to fit in their pockets or interactive notebooks when folded, yet open to a wealth of information
Take your students on a virtual tour to learn about the geography of ancient Rome. Using a combination of Google Earth™ 360-degree views, informational text, video, and visuals, your students will learn about and explore 5 geographical locations. This trip includes: the Tiber River, Italian Peninsul
This engaging Google Ready distance learning resource bundle has both rigor and fun! The bundle covers the fall of Rome and the rise of the Byzantine Empire including geography, the rise of Christianity, important achievements, key leaders, and economy/trade. Now the bundle has all of the activities
Ancient Rome and the Punic Wars - Webquest and Map Assignment with Key - This 10 page document contains a webquest and mapping assignment with a teachers key related to the basic history of the Punic Wars and their significance in the history of Rome. It contains 26 questions from the history.com we
Don’t just ask your kids to label a bunch of stuff on a map! Make them develop their map skills and their ability to follow directions by having them identify physical features using a clue.
Included you will find:
1. 9 Task Cards that ask students to find the major physical features and cities in
These social studies activities include activities on Roman culture, contributions, geography, and economics.It is specifically aligned for Virginia third grade teachers.Product includes:Ancient Rome culture & contributionsAncient Rome economics Ancient Rome geography What is included?You will r
This map activity is used as an introduction to a geography lesson on Ancient Rome.
This activity is one in a series of interactive notebook lessons on ancient Rome. It can be used as part of an interactive notebook or alone as an independent lesson for Rome. The last page of this product include