Making Roman numerals with popsicle sticks.  We could use the match sticks.

Making Roman numerals with popsicle sticks. We could use the match sticks. Great idea, seeing as it's now in the maths curriculum!

A Bit Of This and A Bit Of That: How to make Roman coins

Ebi-kun has had an interest in ancient Rome and gladiators recently so we decided to make some Roman coins. We used a basic salt dough and.

Here's a set of number puzzles for working on Roman numerals. Students match the Roman numeral to the number and number word. Includes Roman numerals 1-60, 100, 500, and 1,000.

Here's a set of number puzzles for working on Roman numerals. Students match the Roman numeral to the number and number word. Includes Roman numerals and Mystery of History Volume Lesson 89

Roman Feast - recipe to make Ancient Roman bread

Ancient Roman Bread

pop-up italian Roman Arenas

Week 6 Pop-Up art -- use for artist bios, artmaking materials or techniques, culture, etc


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Get Gurmeet to make a Roman Soldier. Then as we learn more about the Romans, add to the display

Looked up Samurai soldiers - the costuming looks pretty intricate and intimidating to paint. I could see us making something more like this much easier and cutting out the face. Also, without the info boxes, that will all be on the info poster.

Roman mosaics

Roman mosaics- not sure my class would have the patience but beautiful

Make a Roman Villa George Palmer Primary ::: Year Group ::: Year 4 **

Make a Roman Villa George Palmer Primary ::: Year Group ::: Year 4 **

greek olympic art projects for kids - Google Search

20 Olympic Crafts and Recipes Your Kids Will Love

How to make Laurel Crowns - I think this is a great craft idea for younger kids when studying Ancient Greece. --perhaps use for winners in "Olympic Sporting Events"

The Romans Fact Cards - Treetop Displays - A set of 20 A5 fact cards that give fun and interesting facts about the Romans. Each fact card has a key word heading, making this set an excellent word bank as well! Visit our website for more information and for other printable resources by clicking on the provided links. Designed by teachers for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2).

The Romans Fact Cards - Treetop Displays - Printable EYFS, classroom displays & primary teaching resources

The Roman Army made from toilet rolls. From The History Issue of Lotta Magazine

Weeks 5 & Roman Army made from toilet rolls. From The History Issue of Lotta Magazine

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