Study of Ancient Rome: Multi-Book Approach (Color)
While there are several common methods for studying history, this series uses a multi-book approach that gives history a broader, more appealing, and more varied feel than many of the traditional textbook formats can. These books are laid out in a clear order, making them very easy to use. Each book lists the materials required for the course, the reading list, detailed lesson plans, and the questions and answers for each lesson. All three books also include a book report form. The China and South America books also include a large number of notebooking pages, and S.A also includes a list of websites and several pages of art ideas. Available in either color or black & white, reproducible for family use. The reading lists are detailed below (including our item #s).
Color & Learn: Ancient Rome (006783), an archeological dig set (029274, 029278, or 029279), Ancient Romans (033067), Ancient Roman World (027239), City: A Story of Roman Planning and Construction (014777), Detectives in Togas (011762), Galen and the Gateway to Medicine (000221), Hannibal (out of print), Outrageous Women of Ancient Times (OOP), Roman News (005321), and Science in Ancient Rome (011746).