Ancient Greece Unit | History Stations | Greece Reading Passages | Questions

Ancient Greece Unit | History Stations | Greece Reading Passages | Questions

This can be used by 4th-7th grade students.

Included: PDF, 45 Pages

This resource is perfect for an Ancient Greece Unit, or Greece Interactive Notebook. It contains eleven different Greece reading passages and corresponding comprehension poster pages that students can complete. This Greece question asks students to read the entire text, highlighting key details and facts. Each station is completed by students as they cycle between them.

Every station has a complete page of reading material and a comprehension poster page. Each set of questions has an answer key.

Topics for stations include:

Introduction to Ancient Greece

Geography of Ancient Greece

Rise of Civilization

-Social structure


Athens: Life at the Table

Sparta – Life in Sparta

The Trojan War

-Greek Legacies

-Government of Ancient Greece

Alexander the Great


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There are many engaging activities. A great addition to our unit on mythology. Students can use it during centers to further their knowledge about Greek myth.


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