By Alexandra Hanson-Harding
Examine existence in old Rome with the engaginghands-on actions during this publication. From early Roman background and govt to everyday life in historic Rome, the actions during this wealthy source may also help scholars discover the entire facets of this attention-grabbing civilization. scholars realizing will develop as they perform a read-aloud play approximately Julius Caesar, build types of Roman mansions and flats, create ancestor mask, examine Roman mythology, examine Latin root phrases and some Latin words, and extra. additionally includes a full-color poster of historical Rome.
For use with Grades 4-8.
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Romans decorated their walls with paintings and murals, but didn’t have much furniture: mainly beds, small tables, and cabinets to hold their treasures. There were no fireplaces in insulae: most people heated and lit their homes with tiny charcoal-burning stoves. Most insulae were fairly dark inside because glass for windows was very uncommon. Materials shoe boxes markers pencils scissors clay construction paper insulae cut outs 33 Name ______________________________________________ Ancient Rome © Alexandra Hanson-Harding, Scholastic Teaching Resources Make an Insula 34 Date __________________ Name ______________________________________________ Ancient Rome © Alexandra Hanson-Harding, Scholastic Teaching Resources Make an Insula 35 Date __________________ Name ______________________________________________ Date __________________ Make a Catapult Ancient Rome © Alexandra Hanson-Harding, Scholastic Teaching Resources You can make your own simple catapult by following the directions below.
Wait until dates cool, then serve. Makes about 25-30 dates. Dress Like a Roman Ancient Rome © Alexandra Hanson-Harding, Scholastic Teaching Resources Students can try making their own togas by following the steps listed on page 56. Ask students: What kinds of things denote status in clothing today? Do we have rules, spoken or unspoken, about clothing and the image that it gives us? Gods and Goddesses Trading Cards The activity on page 57 will help students gather more information on Roman gods and goddesses.
Make This Model Roman Amphitheatre, an Usborne Cut-Out Models, Usborne Publishing, LTD, 1994. 55 Name ______________________________________________ Toga Wrap Ancient Rome © Alexandra Hanson-Harding, Scholastic Teaching Resources Follow these directions to dress like a Roman. 1. Get a long piece of fabric— 15 feet for a 5-foot person, 18 for a 6-foot person, and cut it into a long semi-circle, thin at each end. 2. Let one end of fabric fall forward from left shoulder until it reaches the knee. 3.