Ancient Greece (Grades 4-8) by Sean Price

By Sean Price

An entire source full of history info, Cross-Curricular actions and video games, Library and web hyperlinks, paintings initiatives, & a Play contains Poster-Map!Bring the wealthy tradition of historic Greece into your lecture room (and stimulate scholar studying) with attractive actions and video games that contain enjoyable and important pondering! scholars turn into specialists on historical Greece as they play a polis technique video game, argue a case in an Athenian trial, map out ancient websites alongside the Aegean coast, enact a scene from Antigone, try-on Golden Age models, and masses extra! Plus a full-color map of old Greece.

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No bird in its screeching gives us favorable signs since they have been devouring the body of Polynices. Mark my words, Creon. Everyone makes mistakes. But after a mistake has been made, a person is no longer luckless or thoughtless if he tries to cure the ill he created. Creon: Even you and your prophecies are against me! Did Antigone bribe you to say this? What tricks are you up to? Tiresias: You are being a fool! Creon: You cannot scare me or buy me! 52 Tiresias: Very well, I will pronounce your sentence.

I was burying Polynices. Creon: Then, Watchman, you are free to go. Why did you do this, Antigone? Did you not understand my decree? Antigone: I understood. But the gods have their own decrees, and I am bound to follow them. Also, he was my brother. Love and duty compelled me to give him a proper burial. Creon: You foolish girl. You have killed yourself. Antigone: Death will be welcome since I live among so many cowards. Had I left my brother’s corpse alone, I would have had sorrow. But now I have none.

Parents: Cronus (CROH-nus) and Rhea (REE-uh) Married to: Amphitrite (am-fih-TRY-tee), a minor goddess Home: Mount Olympus and all the waters of the earth Title: God of the seas and navigation Weapon of Choice: Trident (could cause storms, floods, and earthquakes to occur; springs to flow; and rivers to dry up) Sacred Symbols: Pine tree and horse Powers: Causing or calming earthquakes, storms, and other natural disasters Pastimes: Inventing animals such as the horse and dolphin, feuding with Athena over control of Athens, and extending his domain with floods and storms.

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