This comparative digital timeline examines the events of Ancient Greece
and the rest of the world. Students create side by side timelines to see what was happening in Ancient Greece and in other parts of the world at the same time. Students can add pictures. Great for making broader connections. Students analyze the timelines after constructing.
Included in this resource:
- Digital timeline (multiple pages)
- Digital event cards for the Ancient Greece period
- Analysis questions at end of timeline
- Answer key (editable)
- Teacher's guide for using
Find more digital history resources for your 1:1 classroom here.
Related bundles include:
-Ancient Greece Teacher Resource Bundle
- World History Digital interactive notebooks - 12 sets
- World History Ultimate Resource Bundle
Ancient Greece Resources Include
- Ancient Greece: Life in Ancient Greece
- Ancient Greece: Greek Roots Word Detective
- Ancient Greece: Greek Mythology Station Activities
- Ancient Greece: Figures of the Era Gallery Walk
- Ancient Greece: Art and Architecture of Ancient Greece
-Ancient Greece: Government and Democracy Activities
- Ancient Greece: Interactive Notebook Pages
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