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Ancient Greece
for Kids

 
 

How would you have behaved if you had lived in ancient Sparta? (Lie, cheat, steal, because that is the Sparta way!) Or in ancient Athens? Or in Corinth, Argos, or Megara?  Meet the Greeks! They were a riot! And choose your city-state! But watch for Zeus and Hera and Apollo and Hermes and the other great Greek gods. You most certainly want them on your side!

Geography, Maps

Minoans

Mycenaeans

Dorians

Greek Dark Ages

Types of Government

Roots of Democracy

Wars

Legend: The Trojan War & Trojan Horse

Greek Ships

Greek Warriors

Persian Wars

The Delian League

PeloponnesianWar

City-States

Athens

Sparta

Corinth

Argos

Megara

People, Great Greeks

Greek Olympics

Greek Alphabet

Dance

Wedding Customs

Greek Theatre

Greek Architecture & Art

Greek Vases

Greek Columns

Elgin Marbles

Pericles Funeral Oration

Philosophy

Aristotle

Socrates

Alexander the Great

Investigate Real Life Artifacts

Timeline of Ancient Greece

 

 

 

Gods & Goddesses

Theseus and the Minotaur

Zeus, Hera, and Little Io

Zeus, Hades, and the King of Corinth

Hermes & Apollo (ppt)

Apollo's Oracle (The Trouble with Oracles)

Apollo and Cassandra

Hercules

Greek Monster Myths

More Greek Myths

Greek Legends

Greek Fables

Greek Men

Greek Women

Greek Kids

Greek Slaves

Pets & Toys

Houses

Food

Clothing

Hair Styles

Education, School

Religion, Gods

Worship, Temples, Sacred Sites

Acropolis & Parthenon

Aesop's Fables

Homer's Iliad

Homer's Odyssey

Achievements & Contributions

Online Interactive Games for Ancient Greece

PowerPoints about Ancient Greece

Jeopardy

Lesson Plans about Ancient Greece for Teachers

Take the Quiz - Review, Interactive

 

 



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