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I say often about carrying a pack of foam lolly sticks around with you, pennies for a pack of 500, and here's yet another use for them! Great activity for Roman topic, and instant display material for a returning teacher! #supplyteaching

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Salt tray math game - have child count (or subitize) the dots on the card, then write the number in the salt. On the back of the card is the correct number so the child can check their work.

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Shop In the Spotlight: Graham and Green

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The Amazing Rock-Cut Tombs of Myra's Lycian Necropolis

The ancient town of Myra in the Lycia region of Anatolia, modern day Turkey, boasts a number of breathtaking ruins including the Acropolis on the Demre-plateau, the Roman theatre and Roman baths.

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Celtic Tribes in Britain and Ireland Celtic Britain was dominated by a number of tribes, each with their own well-defined territory. It is thanks to Roman chroniclers, such as Strabo, Julius Caesar, and Diodorus, that the names of individual tribes are known to us today, albeit in Romanized form

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Happy holly-days! This year’s bumper crop means plenty of magical home-grown Christmas decorations

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40 maps that explain the Roman Empire

The Roman Empire reached its greatest size under the reign of Trajan in 117 AD. To aid in administration, it was divided into provinces. The number of provinces changed over time as territories were gained or lost, and as larger provinces were divided into smaller ones. There were 46 provinces under Trajan, a figure that would grow to 96 by the reign of Diocletian (285-305).

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