After a quick study on Greece last week, we're moving on to Rome this week, but here's a look at what our week in Greece was like...
Here's some of our resources.
After reading about all things Greek all week, we celebrated the end of our unit by having a Greek feast. We scooted our dining room table against the wall and dined on our coffee table while sitting on pillows on the floor. We ate roasted pigeon (our just your typical rotisserie chicken from the grocer), roasted asparagus, olives, and some tasty spinach and feta cheese pockets made with puff pastry sheets. We got our ideas for the feast in the "Classical Kids" book shown above. There's great ideas in there. I took some cute pictures of us dining, but my camera was acting up and they didn't turn out :( But here's a picture of the kids in costume.
I used this Ancient Rome History Pockets book like I did for the Egypt study and below are some pictures of the book we put together.