Learning about history shouldn’t just be fun, but meaningful. And meaningful shouldn’t mean stressed out for you as you plan Ancient Civilization hands-on projects. My standard for hands-on is always the same – EASY.
EASY HANDS-ON IDEAS FOR ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS
Whether you’re studying about the Ancient Phoenicians, Ancient Sumer and Mesopotamia or Ancient Egypt and Greece, you’ll love this round up of 100 easy and fun Ancient Civilization ideas.
I’ve include the following Ancient Civilizations in this awesome roundup.
- Ancient Sumerian and Mesopotamia
- Ancient Phoenicia
- Ancient Babylon & Assyria
- Ancient China
- Ancient Greek
- Ancient Roman and
- Ancient Vikings.
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Unit studies can sometimes be intimidating to begin. I know, I fought creating one for years.
So, on my 10 Days of Diving Into Unit Studies by Creating a Unit Study Together, I show you step by step how to create a unit for a topic you choose. It’s not so hard if you have a pattern to follow.
Then, if you’re looking for more easy hands-on ideas, you’ll love my category Easy Hands-on Activities.
Also, don’t forget to check out Home School in the Woods. It has been one of our favorite Ancient Civilization hands-on history resources for years.
Another easy way to bring Ancient history to life is through fun coloring pages. These pages can be added to any unit study, lapbook or notebooking page or can be used alone.
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