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In this cursive worksheet, students practice advanced letter connections by copying a paragraph about the Colosseum of Rome. There is an actual photograph included on the page.
A fascinating short video describes how engineers somehow were able to flood the floor of the Colosseum and conduct maritime battles to amaze and impress spectators.
In this multiplication worksheet, students find the products and use them as color codes to color the picture of the Colosseum and then read facts about it. Students solve thirteen multiplication problems.
For this Social Studies worksheet, students find the terms related to the subject of the colosseum and the answers are found through clicking the button at the bottom of the page.
So what did the ancient Romans do to have fun? Explore the Colosseum, amphitheaters, baths, and arenas that housed the exciting and at times dangerous activities enjoyed in ancient Rome. An interesting look at ancient life!
The Leaning Tower of Pisa, The Colosseum, and the country where the Kremlin is located are a few of the clues learners will use to determine the names of five world locations. The first letter of each mystery location is provided, but...
Students compare entertainment in ancient Rome to entertainment today. In this ancient Rome lesson, students research the details regarding the entertainment that occurred in the Colosseum and the Circus Maximus in Rome. Students compare...
Sixth graders identify how to use pulleys to change the direction of force. Students develop ways to evaluate designs, noting that no one best design exists and that different tasks require different designs. Students designs will vary.
Kindness is never a standalone act. Fourth graders read the classic tale of Androclus and his act of service to the lion, which is repaid to him by the lion in a Roman colosseum. After reading the passage, they answer four comprehension...
Who determines the Seven Wonders of the World, and what criteria is used to evaluate these locations? Discover the efforts to promote cultural diversity and preserve man-made monuments during the world's first-ever global vote in 2007 to...
Students discuss the role of public entertainment in ancient Rome. They imagine themselves as a participant at a gladiator games at the Roman Colosseum and write an personal account of the games.
Ninth graders examine the role of public entertainment in Ancient Rome. In this World History lesson, 9th graders imagine themselves as a participant at a gladiator game at the Roman Colosseum. Students write a personal account of the...
Students view a segment of Prosperity and Decline. They discuss what attributes made the empire strong. Students discuss what caused the fall of the Roman Empire. They write an essay describing the cause of the fall of the Roman Empire....
In this city and country worksheet, learners analyze 6 labeled pictures of world landmarks. Students write the name of the city and country where they are located. Example: Eiffel Tower, Opera House, Great Wall, Colosseum.
Once your class samples these games, they won't want to stop learning Italian. Eccellente! Effective for beginning and intermediate Italian learners, picking up new words and phrases through this app is an entertaining task.
Students participate in a Roman festival to complete a unit on Roman Civilization. In this Roman Civilization lesson plan, students learn about Cleopatra, Julius Caesar, the Mediterranean Region, and more. Students share what they...
Tenth graders calculate the area and the volumes of polygons. In this geometry lesson, 10th graders review the formulas used to solve for the area and volume and explain to the class how they arrived at their answer. They search online...
For this online interactive reading comprehension worksheet, students respond to 12 multiple choice questions about Henry James's Daisy Miller. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
Students invent, illustrate, and describe hybrid exotic animals, their imaginary origins, and lifestyles. They explain the ways in which ancient Romans made use of various animals.
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