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Free Ancient Greece Lapbook
Today, I finally have the rest of the minibooks for the free Ancient Greece lapboook that seems like it took us half a year to cover. Okay, it did with our move overseas, but the length of time only made Tiny savor it even more.
Look at these minibooks that I have today.
First, I have another color cover to add to the other free covers I have on my first Ancient Greece lapbook.
Then, I have a minibook on Ancient Greek and Latin root words. The instructions are on the book and so are the answers.
Then I did a flip book (left) that has quotes by Greeks about Greeks. It just gives Tiny some beautiful food for thought to put in his brain and shows what Greeks thought about their every day life.
Too, a quick Why Study About Ancient Greece reminded Tiny about the huge impact Ancient Greece has on American culture. I don’t have an insert for this minibook because it is a little research project on the internet about why it is important to study about Ancient Greece.
Then the next two printables are a pocket and mini two tab book that compares two famous city-states, Athens and Sparta.
The pocket is for the Ancient Greece Go Fish, that I shared earlier. The Athens and Sparta minibook has a page where your child can glue a few of the facts given about how each city-state is different under the tab, or research and add his own.
Like always, most of my minibooks have the answers in the download.
Don’t forget too that since this is my third time around studying Ancient Greece with my children that I have two other lapbooks to go with this one. One is Ancient Greece and the other Ancient Civilizations II.
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