This is a complete unit on Ancient Rome, and extends into Reading, Language Arts and Math (with word problems for telling time, regrouping with 3 digit numbers, Latin roots, plurals, capitalization, apostrophes, punctuation, and sentence building. There are many lesson plan ideas included for each section, as well as a test with 100 answers at the end. Included are many interactive notebook entries, covering topics such as what we have inherited from Rome, Rome's origins, Roman government, geography (Rome today, Roman empire, and Rome vs. Carthage), the roads and buildings (and their flaws), Roman military, life in Rome (including class structures), a typical wealthy Roman's town home, Roman entertainment, Roman food, Roman law, Roman architecture (featuring the Pantheon, Coliseum, and basilicas), Roman religion (including conflicts with the Jews and Christians), Roman clothing, the Punic Wars, and the Fall of the Roman Empire. This unit is suggested for 2nd through 4th grades. The History section itself could probably qualify for 6th - 8th graders, but the extensions are meant more for lower grades.