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Students discover the Hanging Gardens through archaeology. In this Near Eastern history lesson, students read the book, Ancient Iraq:Archaeology Unlocks the Secrets of Iraq's Past, by Beth Gruber, then create their own hanging garden.
Learners explore the cultures and civilizations of Mesopotamia. They take a look at the factors that shaped the region, and study the history of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, and other ancient wonders of the world. The class is divided...
Students plant a garden. For this gardening lesson, students use containers to plant a garden. This lesson provides a good source of information for teachers who wish to begin their class's own container garden.
Students explore wonders of the world. In this ancient civilizations lesson, students create criteria for naming ancient wonders of the world and then use the criteria to evaluate wonders of world since the original list. Students create...
Students read about the ancient civilization of Mesopotamia. They investigate the art, culture, and history, and read an overview about the gods and goddesses.
Sixth graders explore the Ancient Egyptian King Tutankhamen's life and mummification process. They find maps of Ancient Egypt, photos of King Tut's tomb, perform a biographical play about ancient life, and examine the mummification...
Students identify the factors that could influence disease development in space and the possible sources of microbe contamination. In groups, they compare and contrast the effect of pathogens on plants grown in a hydroponic system...
Students examine the two theories on how the pyramids at Giza were built. They watch a video on pyramids, take notes, and write a five-paragraph essay on how they think the pyramids were constructed.