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Ancient Civilization Interactive Notebook Bundle for designed for 6th Grade Social Studies! Both DIGITAL & PRINT versions are included!
Contains the following units: The Stone Age, Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Israel, Ancient India, Ancient China, Ancient Greece, and Ancient Rome.
***Important Update - Now includes additional, colorful Digital Google Slides Version for Google Classroom! Designed for Online Learning
★★★NEW UPDATE 7/19 - The bundle now contains The Stone Age | Early Humans | Archaeology Interactive Notebook!★★★
6th grade students love these interactive notebooks for our Social Studies / Ancient History curriculum. This resource contains over 250 pages of interactive learning material!
This resource is part of the Ancient Civilizations (Entire) Curriculum (contains the Interactive Notebooks, Reading Passages, PowerPoints, Exams, STEM activities and Google Slides Projects)
This resource is also aligned with Ancient Civilizations Interactive PowerPoint Bundle I would highly recommend using these interactive PowerPoints along with the notebooks but it is optional.
Materials include: ✔Interactive notebook covers for each of the 7 units, ✔ answer keys, ✔ critical thinking, and analysis questions, ✔ flaps, ✔ foldables, ✔ timelines, ✔ graphic organizers, and more.
Here is a more in-depth look at each of the Interactive Notebook units:
Topics covered in this unit include: The Stone Age, Paleolithic Period, Mesolithic Period, Neolithic Period, Hominids, Homo Habilis, Homo Erectus, Homo Sapiens, Hunter-gatherer Lifestyle and Societies, Archeology, Archaeologists, The Leakey Family, Lucy, Donald Johanson, the Turkana Boy, Domestication, Agriculture, Climate Change
Topics covered in this unit include Sumer, Sumerian life, city-states, ziggurats, cuneiform, Hammurabi's Code, the Epic of Gilgamesh, fertile crescent, theocracy, nomadic life, Sumerian hierarchy, and more.
Topics covered in this unit include: Mummification, Egyptian Society and Hierarchy, Pharaohs, the invasion of the Hyksos, the Old, Middle, & New Kingdom, Nile River, Hieroglyphics, Hieratic Script (shortened version), Pyramids of Giza, Bureaucracy, Vizier, War-Chariots, Menes, Hatshepsut, Thutmose III, Tutankhamen, Lower Egypt, Upper Egypt, Ramses III, Akhenaten, Red Lands, Black Lands
Topics covered in this unit include: monotheism, the ten lost tribes, Israelites, nomads, prophets, Hebrews, Judaism, the First Temple, The Torah, Moses, Yahweh, King Solomon, wisdom, King David, Abraham, The Promised Land
Topics covered in this unit include: Harappan Period, Indus Valley Civilization, Hinduism, Rajas, Aryans, Sanskirt, Aryans, the Caste System, Varnas, Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaisyas, Sudras, the Untouchables, Ganesha, Other Gods & Goddesses, Reincarnation, Monsoon, Karma, Dharma, Buddhism, Hinduism, Nirvana, The Pillar, The Stupa, The Rock Chamber, Siddhartha Gautama, and more
Topics covered in this unit include: dynasties, aristocracy, oracle bones, bureaucracy, bronze casting, bronze age, golden age, philosophers, Mandate of Heaven, taotie mask, emperors, Terracotta Army, Confucianism, Daoism, Legalism, warlords, Analects, The Great Wall, Huang River Valley, Xia Dynasty, Shang Dynasty, Zhou Dynasty, Qin Dynasty, Qin Shi Huang, Confucius, Laozi, The Great Wall, The Silk Road
Topics covered in this unit include: Minoan & Mycenaean Civilizations, The Dark Ages, Homer, Epic Poetry, The Iliad, The Odyssey, Greek Mythology & Religion, Olympics, Olympia, Theatre, Tragedies, Comedies, Polis (City-States), Athenians, Spartans, The Peloponnesian War, Socratic Method, Greek Philosophers, Democracy, Oligarchy, Geography of Greece, and more.
Topics covered in this unit include: Etruscan and Greek Influence of Rome, The Roman Republic, Roman Social Hierarchy, Twelve Tables, Law of Nations, Triumvirates, Dictators & Julius Caesar, The Punic Wars (First, Second, Third), Roman Law (and its influence on law today), The Collapse of Roman Republic, The Roman Empire, Roman Architecture & Other Contributions, Gladiators & Entertainment, The Spread of Christianity, The Decline & Fall of Rome (and all the theories why it collapsed)
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