Cure student boredom with this Ancient Rome Digital Interactive Notebook – Choice Board. This is a Google Slides™ resource so sharing with your students is a cinch. Grab 8 pre-made digital graphic organizers that students type their answers into. You can assign all tasks at once or have students choose a few each day. Perfect for the teacher who is looking for engaging, no-prep resources!
Topics include: Ancient Rome, the Colosseum, Julius Caesar, Romulus and Remus myth, Pompeii, Augustus and Spartacus
This resource is aligned with the Ancient Rome Escape Room. Of course, you do not need to purchase the resource to use the Digital Notebook, however, it would be helpful to know that MOST answers can be found in the reading passages of the escape room. This way you ensure the students had access to the information.
Don’t have Google Classroom? Download the Slides as an interactive PowerPoint instead.
Please view the video to get a good understanding of this resource.
- 8 Digital Activities/Tasks
- Task 1: True or False
- Task 2: Drag and Drop Questions
- Task 3: Jigsaw Puzzle
- Task 4: Fill in the Blank
- Task 5: Vocabulary Words
- Task 6: Research
- Task 7: Short Response
- Task 8: Maze Phrase
- Pre-Unit Research
- Group Stations
- Unit Review
- Enrichment Activity
- Formative Assessment
- Access to Google Classroom™
- Google™ accounts
»»» Printable ESCAPE ROOMS: Click HERE
»»» Interactive Google Slides™: Click HERE
»»» Digital Secret Message Activities: Click HERE
»»» Digital ESCAPE ROOMS: Click HERE
»»» Color by Number – Text Marking: Click HERE
»»» Digital Reading Passages: Click HERE
»»» Interactive Game Boards: Click HERE
»»» Reading Passages and Text Marking: Click HERE
»»» Back to School: Click HERE
»»» Collaborative Posters: Click HERE
»»» Scavenger Hunts: Click HERE
Copyright Information :
© Think Tank Teacher LLC. Please note – all material included in this resource belongs to Think Tank Teacher LLC. By purchasing, you have a license to use the material but you do not own the material. You may not upload any portion of this resource to the internet in any format, including school/personal websites or network drives unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students, not other teachers or anyone else on the internet.