Ancient Rome A Complete Resource That Helps Kids Learn by Alexandra Hanson-Harding

By Alexandra Hanson-Harding

Examine lifestyles in old Rome with the engaginghands-on actions during this booklet. From early Roman historical past and executive to way of life in historical Rome, the actions during this wealthy source may help scholars discover all of the facets of this attention-grabbing civilization. scholars knowing will develop as they perform a read-aloud play approximately Julius Caesar, build versions of Roman mansions and residences, create ancestor mask, research Roman mythology, research Latin root phrases and some Latin words, and extra. additionally encompasses a full-color poster of old Rome.
For use with Grades 4-8.

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The Romans were experts at making these nearly flat sculptures appear three dimensional. The activity that follows shows how students can create this type of Roman art. 51 Materials book of Roman art that shows reliefs for models (or else you can make up your own street or battle scene) flat slice of clay (should be about 3/4" thick, at least about 3" by 4"— size can vary) toothpicks plastic knife Ancient Rome © Alexandra Hanson-Harding, Scholastic Teaching Resources 1. Have students draw their design on the clay with a toothpick.

When the newspaper-covered balloons are completely dry, take them down and cut them in half lengthwise with scissors (balloon will pop). This will leave you with two face-shaped shells. 5. Paint faces on the shells with tempera paints. 32 Name ______________________________________________ Date __________________ Make an Insula Here are some things to know about insulae: Ancient Rome © Alexandra Hanson-Harding, Scholastic Teaching Resources The bottom floor was more elegant than the floors above and more likely to have running water.

Using masking tape, make a circle about one foot in diameter on a table. Mark one large nut with a pen or felt-tipped marker. 2. Put two or three nuts in the middle of the circle. Then have students take turns placing their marked nuts on the edge of the circle and rolling or flicking the marked nuts to try to knock other nuts out of the boundary. 3. Whoever knocks the most nuts out wins. Their prize? Nuts, of course! If you want, bring a nutcracker in and let students eat and share their prizes.

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