By Carol Peterson
Assemble your scholars and leap again in time to event what existence was once like again then. in the course of every day of immersion, scholars rotate via 14-18 stations of math and vocabulary actions, video games, crafts, costumes, and nutrition. discover legends, songs, maps, and historic occasions alongside find out how to comprehend particular occasions and areas in historical past. uncomplicated academics, librarians, formative years leaders, and residential schoolers will savor this entire and inventive source that covers 4 significant components of the undemanding curriculum: historical cultures local American tradition Colonial the US Pioneers. Grade point 4-6.
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ZERO 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 18 19 20 16 17 Numbers 1 through 20. Our numbers are based on 10s; Mayan numbers were based on 20. Numbers over 20 were written in powers of 20, from top to bottom. Example: The number 53 was written from top to bottom: 2 20'S = 40 + 13 53 My, Oh My! Mayan Math! May be copied for classroom use. Jump Back in Time: A Living History Resource by Carol Peterson (Teacher Ideas Press, Portsmouth, NH), © 2004. 42 JUMP BACK IN TIME: A LIVING HISTORY RESOURCE Station 13.
Station 15. Make-Your-Own Rosetta Stone Modern people didn't always know how to read ancient writing. D. 1799 near Rosetta, Egypt. The stone had writing in Greek, Egyptian hieroglyphics, and another Egyptian language. A French researcher, Jean Champollion, translated the Greek and the second Egyptian writing. Both writings said the same thing! He knew that the hieroglyphics probably also said the same thing, so he matched the symbols with the words he knew and translated the hieroglyphics. The phrase "Rosetta Stone" has come to mean a key that unlocks a secret.
You then change direction and "drag" the captive back to your end of the board. " You keep the captive's chocolate and reenter your piece into play. The game continues until all of one player's pieces are dead (or until the time is up). TIPS FOR EXTRA FUN • Eat your captured enemy immediately! Savor the victory. • Discuss how much chocolate it might cost to "buy" things at a Mayan market. • Cacao beans were made into a chocolate drink used only during religious ceremonies. One hundred cacao beans make about 25 cups of chocolate.