In my opinion this remains the best lesson I have on TpT for teaching about Ancient Rome...You receive a four-six hour unit plan for studying ancient Roman law through engagement and interaction between the teacher and the class and classmates themselves.
The Twelve Tables: How Fair Were the Laws in the Roman Empire? Differentiated!This Twelve Tables lesson is included in the larger Ancient Rome unit, located here:Ancient Rome Unit: 12 fun, student-centered activities to teach Ancient Rome!Buy the unit and save over 25%!--------------In this Twelve Tables lesson, students read and understand the Twelve Tables of the Roman Empire.
Christmas Cup Tower STEM Challenge Tree Activity for Kids
This is a seriously fun and seriously easy activity to set up this holiday season, and we all need a few tricks up our sleeve with all the hustle and bustle. Get your kids off their screens and into this Christmas cup tower STEM challenge which is part of our 25 Days of Christmas STEM...Read More »
Mathematicians had the Chalkboard Math Clock, engineers had the Graph Paper Equations Clock, and now chemistry majors and nuclear scientists have the Chemistry Clock. Each number from one through twelve on the clock face uses the elemen
Washington's Camp Cups | These silver camp cups, with later commemorative inscriptions, were part of General George Washington’s camp equipment during the American War of Independence. The original set of twelve cups, used to serve wine to aides and guests at the General’s table, were made in the shop of Philadelphia silversmith Edmund Milne in August 1777.