Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Studying Ancient History This Year?

We are! Actually, we’re doing some unit studies right now and plan to begin Ancient World History in January. I plan to use Diana Waring’s Ancient Civilizations and the Bible as a spine. We will be using these Super Star Games as a supplement. Galloping Through Ancient Greece and Roaming Through Ancient Rome are fairly new—I designed them this summer in preparation for this year’s study. All 3 games are available individually for $3.50 or $6.75 for the set at Currclick.

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Galloping Through Ancient Greece

Reinforce your study of ancient history in a fun way! Players of Galloping Through Ancient Greece will compete in this board game by answering questions about the geography, politics, and daily life of ancient Greece. A few question cards about Greek gods are included, but these can be easily excluded if desired. Designed for 3rd to 8th grade students.

 

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Exploring Egypt

Players of the Exploring Egypt Game will race to be first to the top of the pyramid by answering the most questions about ancient Egypt. Game question topics cover geography, politics, daily life, and religion of ancient Egypt. The game can be adjusted to accommodate players of different ages and abilities. Designed for 3rd to 8th grade students.

 

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Roaming Through Ancient Rome

Reinforce your study of ancient history in a fun way! Players of the Roaming Through Ancient Rome Game will compete in this board game by answering questions about the geography, politics, and daily life of ancient Rome The game can be adjusted to accommodate players of different ages and abilities. Designed for 3rd to 8th grade students.

All 15 of the games, which cover science, history, Spanish, grammar, and Bible, are listed on the Super Star Speech-Games page.

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