Middle Ages - Medieval Times Curriculum (Complete)

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Middle Ages - Medieval Times Curriculum (Complete)
Middle Ages - Medieval Times Curriculum (Complete)
Middle Ages - Medieval Times Curriculum (Complete)
Middle Ages - Medieval Times Curriculum (Complete)
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    Middle Ages - Medieval Times and Early Modern Times Complete Curriculum Bundle

    This complete curriculum resource has over 1220 pages/slide of material covering Early Byzantine, Early Islam, West Africa, Medieval China, Medieval Japan, Early Middle Ages in Europe, Late Middle Ages in Europe, The Renaissance, The Reformation, Mesoamerica, and The Scientific Revolution. This resource contains 55 individual units/products! There are 11 units in each of the 5 bundles.

    The Middle Ages - Medieval Times Curriculum Bundle contains the following 5 Bundles:

    -Middle Ages - Medieval Times Interactive Notebook Bundle

    -Middle Ages - Medieval Times Interactive PowerPoint Bundle

    -Middle Ages - Medieval Times STEM / STEAM Challenges Bundle

    -Middle Ages - Medieval Times Google Classroom Projects Bundle

    -Middle Ages - Medieval Times Assessments & Exams Bundle



    Check out the aligned bundles and their descriptions below! EVERYTHING is included in this resource!


    Here is a more in-depth look at each of the Interactive Notebook units:

    Byzantine Empire – Fall of Rome Interactive Notebook
    Topics covered in this unit include: The Fall of Rome, Constantinople (Daily Life), Justinian Code, Hagia Sophia, Hippodrome, Mese, Stoicism, The Great Schism, Western Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Church, Icons, Justinian and Theodora, Roman Law, Roman Architecture, Aqueducts, Latin, Mosaic Art, and Much More!

    Early Islam Interactive Notebook
    Topics covered in this unit include: The Arabian Peninsula, Trade, Holy City of Mecca, Nomads and Townspeople, 5 Pillars of Islam, Muhammad, The Qur’an, Islamic Beliefs & Way of Life, Prayer, Sunnah, Arab & Islam Expansion, Cultural Achievements in Art, Medicine, Astronomy, Literature, and Architecture.

    West Africa Interactive Notebook
    Topics covered in this unit include: Gold and Salt Trade, West Africa Climate Zones, the Sahara, Tunka Manin, Sundiata, Mansa Musa, Sunni Ali, Askia the Great, West African Society and Trade, Religion, Ghana Empire, Nile River, Congo River, Niger River, Collapse of Ghana, Mali Empire, Hajj (Pilgrimage), Fall of Mali, Songhai Empire, Fall of Songhai Empire, Kente Cloth, Art and Tradition, Oral History, Proverbs, West African Masks, Sculptures, Music, Dance, and Much More!

    Medieval China Interactive Notebook
    Topics covered in this unit include: Period of Disunion, Sui Dynasty, Tang Dynasty, Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms, Buddhism, Siddhartha Gautama, Song Dynasty, Chang’an City, The Grand Canal, Trade, Art, Poetry, Inventions, Confucius, Confucianism, Scholar-Officials, Mongol Empire, Genghis Khan, Kublai Khan, Ming Dynasty, The Forbidden City, Isolationism, Government, Zheng He & the 7 Sea Voyages

    Medieval Japan Interactive Notebook
    Topics covered in this unit include: Shinto, Kami, Japanese Society, Clans, Hierarchy, Emperors, Regents, Shoguns, Daimyo, Feudalism, Vassals, Zen Buddhism, Noh, Kabuki, Haikus, Lady Murasaki, Tale of Genji, Military Society, Samurai, Bushido, Mongol Invasion, Sakoku, and Much More!

    Early Middle Ages Interactive Notebook
    Topics covered in this unit include: Feudalism, Monasteries, Estates, Manors, Fiefs Charlemagne, Saint Benedict of Nursia, The Benedictine Rule, Saint Patrick, William I, Education and Decline, Christianity, Monk Communities, Knights, Lords, Peasants, Serfs, Vassals, Chivalry, Feudal Europe V.S. Feudal Japan

    Late Middle Ages Interactive Notebook
    Topics covered in this unit include: Papacy, Power of the Pope, Great Schism, Excommunication, Friars, Religious Order, The Crusades, The Holy Land, The Hundred Years’ War, Magna Carta, Habeas Corpus, Black Death, Bubonic Plague, Clergy, Joan of Arc, Ottoman Empire, Suleiman, Janissaries, Millets, and Much More!

    The Renaissance Interactive Notebook
    Topics covered in this unit include: Humanism Movement, Spread of the Renaissance (Map), Marco Polo, Increase in Trade, Cosimo’ de Medici, Life in Florence, Change in Ideas, Petrarch, Niccolo Machiavelli, Dante Alighieri, Art, Famous Writers, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Advances in Architecture, Astronomy, Mathematics, Johannes Gutenberg, Printing Press, Christian Humanism, Desiderius Erasmus, Albrecht Dürer, Miguel de Cervantes, Don Quixote, William Shakespeare, and Much More!

    The Reformation (Protestant and Counter Reformation) Interactive Notebook
    Topics covered in this unit include: Theses, Catholic Reformation (Counter-Reformation), Spanish Inquisition, Jesuits, Ursuline Order, Council of Trent, John Calvin, William Tyndale, King Henry VIII, St. Ignatius of Loyola, Francis Xavier, St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre, Thirty Years’ War, Edict of Nantes, Missionaries, Religious Wars, Social Changes and Effects of the Reformation and Much More!

    Mesoamerica: Olmec, Aztec, Maya, and Inca Interactive Notebook
    Topics covered in this unit include: Mesoamerica, Olmec Society, Slash & Burn Agriculture, Cacao, Maize, The Ball Game, Mapping Skills, Maya Classic Period, Hieroglyphs, Maya Social Classes, Palenque City, Codex, Mayan Calendar, Aztec Empire, Causeways, Chinampas, Inca Empire, The Incan Army, Francisco Pizarro, Spanish Conquistador, Tribute, Stela, Quipu, Hernan Cortes, Andes Region, Chasquis, Inca Religion, and More!

    Scientific Revolution Interactive Notebook
    Topics covered in this unit include: Scientific Revolution, The Scientific Method, Nicolaus Copernicus, Tycho Brahe, Galileo Galilei, Sir Isaac Newton, Sir Francis Bacon, René Descartes, Rationalism, Greek Ideas and Classical Science, Scientific Theories, Geocentric Theory, Heliocentric Model, Inventions and Discoveries, Invention of the Microscope, Invention of the Barometer, Thermometer, Invention of the Telescope, and more!
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    Middle Ages - Medieval Times STEM Challenges

    There are 20 STEM Challenges in this pack. Each STEM Challenge has detailed directions, photo examples, a list of materials needed, prediction section, brainstorming section, trials 1, 2, & 3, final results section with drawings, and a reflection section.

    The STEM Challenges include:

    Early Byzantine STEM Challenges
    Hagia Sophia Marble Run
    Using a list of supplies, students must design a Hagia Sophia structure that contains a marble run track. The goal of the stem challenge is to create a design that has the longest properly-functioning marble run track. The marble run can travel up, down, around, or inside the Hagia Sophia structure. Using planning pages (included in the resource), the Hagia Sophia model must have similar dimensions and structures from the actual floor plan. Students must shrink the dimensions but maintain the proper ratio. The structure cannot be taller than 2 feet. (more instructions are given in the resource)

    The Counterweight Trebuchet Challenge
    Using a list of supplies, STEM teams must build a counterweight-style trebuchet. Using planning pages (included in the resource), students must include all the proper parts in their trebuchet model that can successfully swing its arm using a heavy counter-weight to propel an object forward. The goal is to create a trebuchet that can shoot an object into the air and travel a far distance. The group that can create the most effective trebuchet (launches the furthest) wins the challenge!(more instructions are given in the resource)


    Early Islam STEM Challenges
    Caravan Contraption
    Using a list of supplies, students must design a model of a caravan vehicle using simple machines. The STEM team must decide on 2 simple machines using the following pages and incorporate them into their design. Students must come up with at least 4 supplies that they will bring on their 30 day journey across the Arabian Peninsula (planning pages and descriptions included in the resource). Students must also consider how they will protect their goods from robbers and how to preserve them from the harsh climate. (more instructions are given in the resource)

    Caravan Coding
    Students will work together to plan and design a game with characters, obstacles, and commands. The game must have an objective with a starting point and a finishing point. It is up to the group how detailed they would like their game to be. (more instructions and planning pages are given in the resource)


    West Africa STEM Challenges
    Gold Mining Machine - Sluice Box Challenge
    Using a list of supplies, students must design and build a sluice box to search for gold. The goal of this challenge is to create a device that effectively separates gold and heavier material from river sediments (or gravel). As water moves through the device, the riffles must catch and separate the gold and/or heavy material. The sluice box must contain all the parts described (in planning pages found in the resource) using the materials below. (riffles, metal mesh, feeder, etc.) Items can be added to the materials list if needed. STEM teams have 3 days and 3 trials to complete this challenge. (more instructions are given in the resource)

    Djembe Drum Challenge
    Using a list of supplies, STEM teams must create a Djembe drum. The Djembe drum must contain all of the elements found on the diagram of page 5. The drum must also produce a variety of pitches when played on different parts of the drum head. The drum cannot be larger than 25 inches tall or have a diameter larger than 14 inches. Students must be able to complete this challenge in 2 days.
    (more instructions and planning pages are given in the resource)


    Medieval China STEM Challenge
    Zheng He's Treasure Ship Challenge!
    Using a list of supplies, STEM teams must design and build a model of Zheng He’s treasure ship! The goal of the STEM challenge is to create a ship that can carry the highest amount of coins possible without sinking for 3 full minutes. STEM students should discuss and predict which materials and strategies would help their device carry the most coins while staying afloat. Teams only have three attempts to test their boats. They may have to redesign their boat if it fails (breaks apart). The Zheng He Ship requirements are (using the planning pages included in the resource) : the ship must have at least 4 deck levels, there must be 9 masts, and the model can only be created using the supplies listed below. (more instructions are given in the resource)


    Medieval Japan STEM Challenges
    Zen Garden (Zen Buddhism) Challenge
    Using a list of supplies, STEM teams must design and build a model of a Zen garden. The garden must contain a constructed sand box, sand , rake, and pebbles or rocks of various sizes and shapes. If students want to add their own features such as branches, moss, or figurines, they may do so. The sand box may only be constructed using Popsicle sticks, glue, and tin foil. STEM teams must also consider what they learned about Zen gardens; their garden should have asymmetrical elements such as the use of odd numbers and various heights in their rock formations. The STEM team with the highest score (see scoring card in resource) will win the challenge! (more instructions and planning pages are given in the resource)

    Norimono Zipline Challenge
    Using a list of supplies, STEM teams must create a Norimono vehicle. There must be a zipline apparatus where the vehicle can travel from one designated point of the classroom to the next by using a pulley that attaches to a string. The Norimono must also have a sliding door mechanism (that can effectively open and close) for the passenger to enter and exit the vehicle.
    (more instructions and planning pages are given in the resource)


    Medieval Europe - Early Middle Ages (Feudalism) STEM Challenges
    Battering Ram Challenge
    Using a list of supplies, STEM teams must design and build a battering ram. The ram must be suspended in the air by string and must effectively swing back and forth to exert force on an opposing structure. The battering ram must also have wheels and axles, moving forward and backward. A cover (roof) for protection from oncoming attacks is recommended but not required..... (more instructions and planning pages are given in the resource)

    Watermill Challenge
    Using a list of supplies, STEM teams must create a watermill. The watermill must properly spin when water is poured at the top of the wheel without falling apart. STEM teams have 3 days to complete this challenge.
    (more instructions and planning pages are given in the resource)


    Late Middle Ages STEM Challenges
    Marshmallow Ballista Challenge
    Using a list of supplies, STEM teams must design and build a ballista. The ballista must be able to effectively shoot a marshmallow arrow into the air. The goal of the STEM challenge is to propel a marshmallow arrow as far and straight as possible. The STEM team that can build the ballista that shoots the arrow the furthest wins the challenge..... (more instructions and planning pages are given in the resource)

    The Siege Tower
    Using the supplies below, STEM teams must create a medieval siege tower. The tower must have at least 4 platforms and ladders for each one. The tower must be on wheels and can effectively move forward and backward. The tower must have a drawbridge and a mechanism to let down and pull up the platform.
    STEM teams have 3 days to complete this challenge.... (more instructions and planning pages are given in the resource)


    The Renaissance STEM Challenges
    Leonardo da Vinci's Flying Machine!
    Using a list of supplies, STEM teams must design and build a flying machine. Using their knowledge of the Laws of Motion and 4 Forces of Flight, (information sheets included) students must create a innovative machine that applies those laws and forces. STEM teams have 3 trials to test their flying machines. If the machine does not fly, that does not mean the team has lost the challenge. The goal of the challenge is to incorporate as many ideas and concepts from the forces of flight and to be able to justify the decisions made in their product creation. ..... (more instructions and planning pages are given in the resource)

    Anemometer
    Using a list of supplies, students must design an anemometer that accurately measures wind speed. They must be able to measure how many spins the device makes per minute by marking one of the revolving cups. Students do not have to use all the materials listed below but they cannot add items to the list. They have one hour to complete this challenge. (time testing their anemometer does not count towards the hour). In order to test, the anemometer should be placed outside on a windy day or can be tested with a fan..... (more instructions and planning pages are given in the resource)


    The Reformation STEM Challenge
    Gutenberg's Printing Press Challenge!
    Using a list of supplies, STEM teams must design and build a model of Gutenberg’s Printing Press. The goal of this challenge is to create a device or model that uses simple machines (such as a lever or screw) to press down on a flat surface. The Printing Press model does not have to create print, but it must contain a lever or screw and it must effectively press down on a flat surface when manually operated.... (more instructions are given in the resource)


    Mesoamerica STEM Challenges
    Floating Gardens / Chinampas
    The Aztec built floating gardens by weaving sticks together to create a giant raft. Using a list of supplies, STEM teams must design and build floating gardens (Chinampas). The STEM teams must test materials that can support the weight of a garden while floating in water. Their design must have soil, seeds (or plants), a bin filled with water, and floating devices for their garden. They must have at least 3 Chinampas in their design...(more instructions and planning pages are given in the resource)


    Aztec Calendar Coding
    Using a list of supplies, STEM teams will first create a Mesoamerican calendar. On the calendar, students must decide on made-up symbols that represent letters of the alphabet. They must create an answer key of their symbols that correlate with the letters A-Z. Their calendar will have a coded message. The message must be a prediction about the future and it must contain at least five words. Different colored symbols can be used as a clue for students to know how many letters each word contains in the sentence. When multiple groups are finished, they can give their calendar codes to each other and try to guess what the other group’s message is. ..... (more instructions and planning pages are given in the resource)


    The Scientific Revolution STEM Challenges
    Heliocentric Model
    Using a list of supplies, students must design and build a 3-D heliocentric model. The planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) in the model must effectively move and orbit the sun, without bumping into each other. If they test it and it does not work properly, they have two more attempts to fix their design...(more instructions and planning pages are given in the resource)

    Barometer Challenge
    Using a list of supplies, students must design a type of barometer that measures changes in the atmospheric pressure. Their design must have a needle that measures an increase or decrease in air pressure. Students must use the items listed below and they are not allowed to add items to the list. If they test it and it does not work properly, they have two more attempts to fix their design.... (more instructions and planning pages are given in the resource)

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    Medieval Times - Middle Ages Social Studies / History Interactive PowerPoint Bundle!

    Students love these interactive notebooks for our Social Studies / Middle Ages / Medieval Times and Early Modern Times curriculum. This resource contains over 270 slides of interactive learning material!

    Slides include: ✔ Power Words (Vocabulary) ✔ Timelines, ✔ Important Figures, ✔ Key Topics, ✔ Graphic Organizers, ✔ and much more!

    Here is a more in-depth look at each of the Interactive PowerPoint units:

    Byzantine Empire – Fall of Rome Interactive PowerPoint
    Topics covered in this unit include: The Fall of Rome, Constantinople (Daily Life), Justinian Code, Hagia Sophia, Hippodrome, Mese, Stoicism, The Great Schism, Western Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Church, Icons, Justinian and Theodora, Roman Law, Roman Architecture, Aqueducts, Latin, Mosaic Art, and Much More!

    Early Islam Interactive PowerPoint
    Topics covered in this unit include: The Arabian Peninsula, Trade, Holy City of Mecca, Nomads and Townspeople, 5 Pillars of Islam, Muhammad, The Qur’an, Islamic Beliefs & Way of Life, Prayer, Sunnah, Arab & Islam Expansion, Cultural Achievements in Art, Medicine, Astronomy, Literature, and Architecture.

    West Africa Interactive PowerPoint
    Topics covered in this unit include: Gold and Salt Trade, West Africa Climate Zones, the Sahara, Tunka Manin, Sundiata, Mansa Musa, Sunni Ali, Askia the Great, West African Society and Trade, Religion, Ghana Empire, Nile River, Congo River, Niger River, Collapse of Ghana, Mali Empire, Hajj (Pilgrimage), Fall of Mali, Songhai Empire, Fall of Songhai Empire, Kente Cloth, Art and Tradition, Oral History, Proverbs, West African Masks, Sculptures, Music, Dance, and Much More!

    Medieval China Interactive PowerPoint
    Topics covered in this unit include: Period of Disunion, Sui Dynasty, Tang Dynasty, Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms, Buddhism, Siddhartha Gautama, Song Dynasty, Chang’an City, The Grand Canal, Trade, Art, Poetry, Inventions, Confucius, Confucianism, Scholar-Officials, Mongol Empire, Genghis Khan, Kublai Khan, Ming Dynasty, The Forbidden City, Isolationism, Government, Zheng He & the 7 Sea Voyages

    Medieval Japan Interactive PowerPoint
    Topics covered in this unit include: Shinto, Kami, Japanese Society, Clans, Hierarchy, Emperors, Regents, Shoguns, Daimyo, Feudalism, Vassals, Zen Buddhism, Noh, Kabuki, Haikus, Lady Murasaki, Tale of Genji, Military Society, Samurai, Bushido, Mongol Invasion, Sakoku, and Much More!

    Early Middle Ages Interactive PowerPoint
    Topics covered in this unit include: Feudalism, Monasteries, Estates, Manors, Fiefs Charlemagne, Saint Benedict of Nursia, The Benedictine Rule, Saint Patrick, William I, Education and Decline, Christianity, Monk Communities, Knights, Lords, Peasants, Serfs, Vassals, Chivalry, Feudal Europe V.S. Feudal Japan

    Late Middle Ages Interactive PowerPoint
    Topics covered in this unit include: Papacy, Power of the Pope, Great Schism, Excommunication, Friars, Religious Order, The Crusades, The Holy Land, The Hundred Years’ War, Magna Carta, Habeas Corpus, Black Death, Bubonic Plague, Clergy, Joan of Arc, Ottoman Empire, Suleiman, Janissaries, Millets, and Much More!

    The Renaissance Interactive PowerPoint
    Topics covered in this unit include: Humanism Movement, Spread of the Renaissance (Map), Marco Polo, Increase in Trade, Cosimo’ de Medici, Life in Florence, Change in Ideas, Petrarch, Niccolo Machiavelli, Dante Alighieri, Art, Famous Writers, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Advances in Architecture, Astronomy, Mathematics, Johannes Gutenberg, Printing Press, Christian Humanism, Desiderius Erasmus, Albrecht Dürer, Miguel de Cervantes, Don Quixote, William Shakespeare, and Much More!

    The Reformation (Protestant and Counter Reformation) Interactive PowerPoint
    Topics covered in this unit include: Theses, Catholic Reformation (Counter-Reformation), Spanish Inquisition, Jesuits, Ursuline Order, Council of Trent, John Calvin, William Tyndale, King Henry VIII, St. Ignatius of Loyola, Francis Xavier, St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre, Thirty Years’ War, Edict of Nantes, Missionaries, Religious Wars, Social Changes and Effects of the Reformation and Much More!

    Mesoamerica: Olmec, Aztec, Maya, and Inca Interactive PowerPoint
    Topics covered in this unit include: Mesoamerica, Olmec Society, Slash & Burn Agriculture, Cacao, Maize, The Ball Game, Mapping Skills, Maya Classic Period, Hieroglyphs, Maya Social Classes, Palenque City, Codex, Mayan Calendar, Aztec Empire, Causeways, Chinampas, Inca Empire, The Incan Army, Francisco Pizarro, Spanish Conquistador, Tribute, Stela, Quipu, Hernan Cortes, Andes Region, Chasquis, Inca Religion, and More!

    The Scientific Revolution Interactive PowerPoint
    Topics covered in this unit include: Scientific Revolution, The Scientific Method, Nicolaus Copernicus, Tycho Brahe, Galileo Galilei, Sir Isaac Newton, Sir Francis Bacon, René Descartes, Rationalism, Greek Ideas and Classical Science, Scientific Theories, Geocentric Theory, Heliocentric Model, Inventions and Discoveries, Invention of the Microscope, Invention of the Barometer, Thermometer, Invention of the Telescope, and more!
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    Google Classroom Resources

    Medieval Times - Middle Ages - Early Modern Times Series
    This product contains 33 digital projects for 11 units that students can complete using Google Slides! The 11 units include: Early Byzantine Empire, Early Islam, West Africa, Medieval China, Medieval Japan, Early Middle Ages in Europe, Late Middle Ages in Europe, The Renaissance, The Reformation, Mesoamerica, and the Scientific Revolution. Each of the 11 units has a brochure project, a timeline project, and a info-graphic / poster project.

    Each student-centered project has a sample project, answer key, and detailed project instructions for the students.

    Info-graphic / Poster Projects
    Students pick a topic that they would like to research on with the specific unit. All of the elements in the info-graphic must be organized, clearly visible, and well placed. Creativity with color and photos is a must! **More instructions found in the resource

    Timeline Projects
    Using a template, students design a timeline of the important events in each unit. Students can add images, text, and other media to their timelines.
    It is up to the teacher to add or change time periods that align with school resources.

    Brochure Projects
    Using templates, students design brochures that highlight important facts and topics
    from the unit.
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    Middle Ages / Medieval Times Assessments Bundle - Tests
    Editable with Answer Key!


    These product contain 11 editable unit assessments that has vocabulary matching, fill in the blank, short answer, essay, and mapping and/or infographic.

    It also contains ANSWER KEYS and EDITABLE PowerPoint files.

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