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6th grade Rome Waldorf chalkboard

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comparison map -cool idea for a lot of different topics!

Use the double bubble map to compare/contrast. Use in a literacy center with students using books to research more information. Then have students use the information to write a paragraph to compare Ancient Greece and Rome.

free ebook of this math stories from long ago It is wonderful blend of history, economics, and mathematics that will really be enjoyed by upper elementary and high school students who are curious about the origins of the civilization we take for granted today.

free ebook of this math stories from long ago It is wonderful blend of history, economics, and mathematics that will really be enjoyed by who are curious about the origins of the civilization we take for granted today.

homebirthmum: Make a Roman Arch that works! No glue! This is so simple and cool!

Make a Roman Arch that works! Basically, Pour plaster of Paris into slanted ice cube trays, allow to harder. Sand lightly to smooth, and build yourself an arch. You will have to use an uneven number of blocks.