what did theaters look like in Ancient Greece
Learn how theaters looked like in Ancient Greece and the different elements that formed it: the orchestra, the stage and the cavea.
This resource includes an urn-shaped Ancient Greece Timeline and a questionnaire with 12 questions on the information in the timeline.
castle-and-siege-weapons
This Castle and Siege Weapons Poster shows how attackers to castles in the Middle Ages would use this collection of heavy and clumsy weapons.
Do you know why mastabas and pyramids were built in Ancient Egypt? For centuries, they were the tallest structures on the planet.
The Spice Route in the 15th Century brought great power and influence and, over the centuries, bloody battles were fought to win control it.
Learn the magic history of Maya Angelou and improve your reading skills and graded vocabulary with one high-interest worksheet.
rise fall sumer
The rise and fall of Sumer video quiz will help you understand much better Sumer civilization, which developed in Mesopotamia.
cocoa
The history of chocolate began in Mesoamerica. Over 2,000 years ago, the Mayan Indians of South America discovered how to dry and crush the cacao seeds and use the powder to make a drink. Learn all this and more with The History of Chocolate Video Quiz from Ted-Ed.
Mesopotamia founded the first cities, invented writing and created fabulous constructions, Learn all about Exciting Mesopotamia's empires.
Mesopotamia founded the first cities and invented writing, Learn all about Exciting Mesopotamia and its city-states.
Martin Luther King Jr.
Know the magic history of Martin Luther King and practice your reading with this quiz to pass your exams with flying colors.
mummification process
Know more about the step-by-step mummification process, and travel back to Ancient Egypt, to the fertile lands of River Nile.
Deep dive into Alesander the Great, the Hellenistic Culture and the fabulous empire he created in just ten years.
The concept of cause and effect is essential in Social Studies. Recognizing patterns of cause and effect is an important analytical skill that allows us to explain why things happened the way they did in the past.
Learn about the Roman Emperors, great rulers of the Roman Empire, and what history considers "the Five Good Ones".
Ancient Greece is called 'the birthplace of Western civilization'. About 2500 years ago, the Greeks created a way of life that other people admired and copied. Learn all about Ancient Greece, Athens, Sparta, and its culture and way of life, and the legacy that Ancient Greece has left us.
The House of Wisdom, also known as the Grand Library of Baghdad, refers to either a major Abbasid public academy and intellectual center in Baghdad or to a large private library belonging to the Abbasid Caliphs during the Islamic Golden Age.
Prehistory dates back to the time before the invention of writing—roughly 5,000 years ago. Without access to written records, scientists investigating the lives of prehistoric peoples face special challenges. Deep dive into this intriguing and pivotal moment in our history.
Anne Frank, a Jewish teenager, wrote a diary of her family’s two years in hiding (1942–44) during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II, and the book—which was first published in 1947, two years after Anne’s death in a concentration camp—became a classic of war literature, personalizing the Holocaust.
Mesopotamia founded the first cities and invented writing, Learn all about Exciting Mesopotamia and its geography.




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