Ancient History Curriculum & Schedule

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Ancient History Early Civilizations

Week

17

2nd Quarter

Resources

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

MYSTERY OF HISTORY

Mystery of History Volume 1

Lesson 49

Lesson 50

Lesson 51

Activity

 

The Lord’s prayer in Aramaic

MOH Timeline Figures

Somewhere in Time

STORY OF THE WORLD& Other History

Story of the World

Chapter 22 Sparta and Athens 800-600 B.C.

Life in Sparta
600 B.C.

Life in Athens
600 B.C.

Online quiz

Story of the World activity book

p. 76 Review/ narration
Map work

Write on an Athenian wax tablet

Usborne World History

p. 158-159 The City of Athens

READ TOGETHER

God King

Chapter 18-19

Chapter 20-21

Chapter 22-23

Chapter 24-25

Chapter 26 and Author’s note (end!)

READER

Mesopotamia

PICTURE BOOK

Choose any book:

HISTORY POCKETS - GREECE

History Pockets Ancient Greece

Pocket 6 Work and School
The agora (read and color)
Greek coins – design and make a coin
Schools of thought chart
(From Pocket 1) : Athens vs. Sparta info and Venn diagram

EXTRA RESOURCES & ACTIVITIES

Activities

Greek vase kit

 

Listen: Ancient Greek Music (Melos Apxaion)

Look at the Acropolis online

Videos

BrainPop.com

Websites

EXTRAS

Greek

Unit 5 The last six letters

Recipes

Lively Latin Big Book 1 (History)

Lesson 3 p. 4 Numa Pompilius (717-673 B.C.)

p. 8-11 Numa teaches the Romans about the gods

p. 14 gods and goddesses chart

p. 15-21 Mythology cards game

Prepare week 18 supplies:
Scroll: 2 empty paper towel tubes, several sheets of paper, raffia (or yarn), tea bags, black marker

Notes: The next 6 weeks will have read alouds (read together section of the schedule) and readers that don’t have anything to do with ancient history. I chose to do this to give us a small “break”. History will still be covered via the other resources. Feel free to use my choices or schedule in your own.

 

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