Mesopotamia | Lesson Plans | World History | Social Studies | High School | Middle School | Interactive Notebook | Graphic Organizers | Unit | Activities | Ancient History | Fertile Crescent

Mesopotamia | Lesson Plans | World History | Social Studies | High School | Middle School | Interactive Notebook | Graphic Organizers | Unit | Activities | Ancient History | Fertile Crescent

If you are teaching about Mesopotamia and its impact on the world this collection will add depth and engagement to your unit. Just click on each link below to find out more about each individual lesson plan included in this collection:Mesopotamia Daily Life WebquestMesopotamia Webquest (Sumerian,-Babylonians, Assyrians)Persian Empire and Persian Wars WebquestMesopotamia Journal ActivityMiddle East Mapping Activity and Research Project: 2 Lesson Plans! ...

If you are teaching about Mesopotamia and its impact on the world this collection will add depth and engagement to your unit. Just click on each link below to find out more about each individual lesson plan included in this collection:Mesopotamia Daily Life WebquestMesopotamia Webquest (Sumerian,-Babylonians, Assyrians)Persian Empire and Persian Wars WebquestMesopotamia Journal ActivityMiddle East Mapping Activity and Research Project: 2 Lesson Plans! ...

Reading and writing lessons perfect for a Mesopotamia unit. Lessons have students make inferences from Sumerian artifacts, compare the loaded language an Assyrian king and a U.S. president used in victory statements, and investigate whether the Hanging Gardens of Babylon existed using primary sources.

Reading and writing lessons perfect for a Mesopotamia unit. Lessons have students make inferences from Sumerian artifacts, compare the loaded language an Assyrian king and a U.S. president used in victory statements, and investigate whether the Hanging Gardens of Babylon existed using primary sources.

Ancient Mesopotamia is considered the cradle of civilization because the Mesopotamians developed many things that we take for granted in our modern lives, such as agriculture, language, cities, religion, and government.   Select one of the cultural themes below to learn more about different aspects of life in ancient Mesopotamia

Ancient Mesopotamia is considered the cradle of civilization because the Mesopotamians developed many things that we take for granted in our modern lives, such as agriculture, language, cities, religion, and government. Select one of the cultural themes below to learn more about different aspects of life in ancient Mesopotamia

Download this free lesson sheet on Mesopotamia for kids detailing the Sumerians, the Babylonians, and the Assyrians

Download this free lesson sheet on Mesopotamia for kids detailing the Sumerians, the Babylonians, and the Assyrians

Who invented Writing? What was Cuneiform? Oldest Writing, Ancient Mesopotamia [School History online - YouTube

Who invented Writing? What was Cuneiform? Oldest Writing, Ancient Mesopotamia [School History online - YouTube

Mesopotamia | Lesson Plans | World History | Social Studies | High School | Middle School | Interactive Notebook | Graphic Organizers | Unit | Activities | Ancient History | Fertile Crescent

Mesopotamia | Lesson Plans | World History | Social Studies | High School | Middle School | Interactive Notebook | Graphic Organizers | Unit | Activities | Ancient History | Fertile Crescent

Great Mesopotamia lesson through a beautiful PowerPoint on the civilizations that arose in the Fertile Crescent and Mesopotamia from Ancient Sumer through the rise of the Persian Empire. Begins with the geography of the Fertile Crescent and what made the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers so important, then highlights the important contributions of the Sumerians, Assyrians, and Babylonians.

Great Mesopotamia lesson through a beautiful PowerPoint on the civilizations that arose in the Fertile Crescent and Mesopotamia from Ancient Sumer through the rise of the Persian Empire. Begins with the geography of the Fertile Crescent and what made the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers so important, then highlights the important contributions of the Sumerians, Assyrians, and Babylonians.

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