FREE Ancient World History Curriculum

free world history curriculum (Part 1)

Free Ancient World History Curriculum

Part 1:  Ancient Civilizations/Old Testament

Hi !  I’m so glad you’re here !
For an introduction to this curriculum and how you can adapt it to your needs, start by clicking on the link below for the first post in this series-
 “Free Chronological World History Plan” .

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Just to make finding everything easy from any of these pages, I am including below, each section in this series that I’ve posted (always adding more!), and the supplemental book lists for the previous & subsequent sections as well.  These books are NOT required for the studies… they’re just my favorite resources (most I’ve personally used).  You will find the few required books for the curriculum included on each unit’s curriculum page.

**If you just want to see the  FREE Ancient Civilizations Curriculum, please just keep scrolling on down to **START HERE**, and you’ll find it below! **


*Note:  I used 2 main history books as the spine for the entire Free Ancient World History Curriculum series-
A Child’s History of the World” by Virgil Hillyer (you’ll see it in the lessons as -> CHOW), and “The Story of the World” series by Susan Wise Bauer (abbreviated in the lessons- SOTW).   HOWEVER, these (and all the other books I listed) are just a suggestion.  You can use one of them, all of them, another text you already have, or none of them at all!  Each daily lesson has TONS of online reading links, hands-on project suggestions, and  other options to fully explore the given topic.

*Section 1:  Ancient Civilizations & the Old Testament
+FREE History of Ancient Civilizations/Old Testament Curriculum Lesson Plans
+FREE Ancient Civilizations / Old Testament Printable History Cards
+Ancient Civilizations/OT Printable PDF Version
+FREE 21 Fascinating Facts About Ancient Civilizations
+21 Fascinating Facts About Ancient Civilizations Printable PDF 
+Ancient Civilizations/OT Great Books Reading List
+Ancient Civilizations/OT History BUNDLE

*Section 2: Ancient Egypt  (includes Ancient China)
+FREE History of Ancient Egypt/China Curriculum Lesson Plans
+Ancient Egypt/China Curriculum Printable PDF Version
+Ancient Egypt Printable History Cards
+FREE 21 Fascinating Facts About Ancient Egypt
+21 Fascinating Facts About Ancient Egypt Printable PDF Version
+Ancient Egypt/China Great Books List !
+Ancient Egypt History Bundle

*Section 3:  Ancient Greece
+FREE History of Ancient Greece Curriculum Lesson Plans
+ Ancient Greece History Curriculum- Printable PDF
+ Printable Ancient Greece History Cards

Ancient Greece Books and Resources List
+FREE 21 Fascinating Facts About Ancient Greece- History Starters
+21 Fascinating Facts About Ancient Greece-  PDF Version
*Ancient Greece History BUNDLE

*Section 4:  Ancient Rome
+FREE History of Ancient Rome Curriculum Lesson Plans
+ Ancient Rome History Curriculum- Printable PDF
Ancient Rome Books and Resources List
+Printable Ancient Rome History Cards
+FREE 21 Fascinating Facts About Ancient Rome-  History Starters

+21 Fascinating Facts About Ancient Rome-  PDF Version
*Ancient Rome History BUNDLE

*Section 5: Middle Ages & the Renaissance
+ FREE History of the Middle Ages Lessons Plans
+ Middle Ages History Curriculum-  Printable PDF

Books and Resources List
+ Printable Middle Ages History Cards
+ FREE 21 30 Fascinating Facts About the Middle Ages
+ 21 30 Fascinating Facts About the Middle Ages- Printable PDF Version
+Middle Ages History BUNDLE

*NEW 2020 !

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+Ancient History Curriculum Series PDF Version-  BUNDLE
+Ancient History Curriculum Series Printable History Cards-  BUNDLE
+Ancient Civilizations/OT History BUNDLE

*If you are continuing on to American History after the Ancients, I’ve got that covered too!
You can find the next part in this series here –>
Free Early American History Curriculum Free Modern American History

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Be sure to follow my  Ancient History Pinterest Boards too !
I will be adding the best of the best FREE ideas to them frequently.
* Ancient Civilizations Board
* Ancient Egypt Board
* Ancient Greece Board
* Ancient Rome Board
*Middle Ages & the Renaissance Board

If you have ANY QUESTIONS  at all, I’d love to hear from you !
You can either comment at the bottom of this post or you can email me at
[email protected]
Enjoy !

World History Plan (Teach all ages at once !)

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*Ancient Civilizations / Old Testament Timeline

1. Creation                              
2. Adam & Eve
(4,100 BC approx)

3.  Cain & Abel
(4,000 BC)

4.  The Wicked
(2,400 BC)

5. Noah & The Flood
(2,350 BC)

Mesopotamia & the Beginning of Civilizations

6.The Chaldeans &Abraham
(2,170 BC)

7. The Canaanites / Isaac & Rebekah
(2,026 BC)

8.Jacob & Esau
(2,000 BC)

9. Jacob Returns/The Israelites
(1,920 BC)

10. Joseph
(1,915 BC)

+ Be able to sequence the 10 events above
I wrote each “event” on an index card.
As we worked through each section, we included the cards from the section before in the sequencing activity.  We played BINGO with them, had races to see who could get them in the right order the fastest and their favorite, candy quiz days !  Remember, if you don’t want to make them yourself, you can print the ones I made for this study… they’re FREE —>  HERE.   You may really want to consider covering the cards with clear contact paper, or if you are planning to use this curriculum through it’s cycles and with several kiddos, you may want to laminate them!

*I seriously LOVE this laminator!!  I’ve been laminating everything in sight lol
It is also super easy to find the paper for it most anywhere.  Even my grocery store has it !

The FREE Printable History Cards are DONE !!  

Click below (or from the Book Store tab in the menu) and print !
All done for you!  Print and use them !

Printables for Ancient History

I have the absolute BEST readers!   Here is one suggestion I received, and I think it will help lots of you using the Printable History Cards for this section!  I’m adding this quick guide below-  you may like to rearrange them a bit after going through these lessons yourself.  The Ancient Civilization/Old Testament dates are much more difficult to pinpoint, so do use your own judgement.  Here is my own ordering of the History Cards (by Event, Place, & People):

2- ADAM & EVE  (4100 BC)
      +Place- Mesopotamia
3- CAIN & ABEL   (4000 BC)
     +Place-  Nod  (Genesis 4:16-17)
     +People-  Seth  
     +People-  Methuselah  (Noah’s Grandfather-  Genesis 5:21-27)
     +People-  Noah
     +People-  Shem
5-  THE FLOOD   (2350 BC)
     +Place-  Armenia
     +Place-  Ararat  (area in Armenia- Genesis 8:4)
     +Place-  Babylon  (2235 BC)
     +Person-  Hammurabi  (You can include him here since he goes with Ancient Babylon or chronologically in 1810 BC)
     +Place-  Palestine  (Geographical location)
     +Place-  Babel   (Tower of Babel- 2242 BC-  Genesis 10-11)
     +Person-  Nimrod
     +People-  The Chaldeans
     +Place-  Sumeria
     +Place- Uruk  (most ancient city in Sumeria)
     +People-  Gilgamesh
     +Place-  Ur  (also located in Sumeria)
     +Place-  Bethel  (Genesis 12:8)
8-  JACOB & ESAU  (2000 BC)
     +Place-  Bethel   (Genesis 28:10-22)
9-  JACOB RETURNS  (1920  BC)
10-  JOSEPH  (1915  BC)

+ Be able to tell
3 facts you can remember from each index card.
+ Be able to explain what BC and AD and/or  [BCE/CE]are and the reasoning behind them.
+ Be able to identify the part of the world in which each event took place.
+ Locate these regions on a map.
+ Be able to describe what the government was like and name some of the well known leaders of this period
+Be able to describe what a day in the life of a child living at this time would be like
+ Add at least one page per event to your binder  (see explanation below)

**WHAT is a history binder?**
You will see mentions in this series to add pages to your “history binder”.  So what do I mean?
Here is how we made ours…
As we studied through each section of history, we each kept our own 3-ring binder-  an ‘all in one place’  type of timeline.  We filled the binders with fun facts, history related coloring pages, drawings, print outs, etc… each page with a date on the bottom (or at least stuck in the appropriate “period” of history).  We even added brochures from the art museum and other field trips that tied into our ancient studies!  In planning out our year, I also included biographies of important people, great artists, musicians, authors, scientists, etc. as applicable, and added them into the binder as well.  The suggestions you will find under “People”, “Places”, “Events”, and “Vocabulary” all would make great page headings to include in these binders.  As you flip through your binders to add pages, it is an automatic visual review of how these things fit together in a chronological history of our world.  The Printable History Cards also make a great addition!
Scroll down to WEEK 7 in this section to read some more ideas of what to add to your binders!

Do you have to use a history binder?
No.  You could make a huge timeline on the wall, or you could simply keep a notebook with tabs for vocabulary, important people and places, etc… This curriculum is meant to simply give you an outline to work from.  Add or take away whatever you want to make this a perfect fit for YOUR family!

*Overview of Lessons for this section:

*Week 1–  The Beginning of Civilization
*Week 2–  The Sumerians and the Babylonians
*Week 3– The Chaldeans and Abraham
*Week 4–  Canaan and Israel
*Week 5-  The Joy of Reading Week
*Week 6– Explore It More !  Week
(explanation at beginning of plans for this week)
*Week 7-  Notebook It ! Week/ Show What You Know Week
(explanation at beginning of plans for this week)

*People & Places:
+Adam                             +Seth                +Babel
+Mesopotamia               +Palestine       +Chaldeans
+Nod                                +Nimrod          +Esau
+Ararat                            +Jacob             +Methuselah
+Armenia                        +Bethel            +Noah
+Shem                              +Uruk              +Gilgamesh
+Babylonia                      +Sumeria         +Abraham

*Vocabulary  (taken from suggested reading/adjust as needed):

+genesis           +civilization          +reluctant            +condemn          +abomination
+fugitive           +fortified               +patriarch            +diety                 +sojourn
+birthright       +rivalry                  +disperse             +nomad              +fraud
+atone              +behemoth            +peril                    +leviathan          +remnant
+rite                   +lotus                    +tributary            +forfeit

*Optional Corresponding  Bible Reading

*If you’d like to use the Bible as a text for this study each day here are the corresponding chapters.   I listed them with the number of the section (1-10) .  There is also a link to a   Chronological Illustrated Bible below too that is helpful !

1. Creation                               Genesis 1-2:3
2. Adam & Eve                       Genesis 1:26-4:26
3.  Cain & Abel                        ”            “
4.  The Wicked                        ”        “
5.  Noah & The Flood         Genesis 6-9/ Genesis 11:1-9
6. Abraham                             Genesis 12-13;  15-18
7. Isaac & Rebekah            Genesis 21-22:18,24
8. Jacob & Esau                    Genesis 25: 19-34
9. Jacob Returns                  Genesis 30:25-35:29
10. Joseph                                Genesis 37, 39-41

**NOTE:  Below is an outline of reading/activities for a three day schedule.  You could easily change this to 5 days by adding in some great hands on activities, if that fits your needs better.  Imagine doing Art Projects on the other two “off” days that are related to the era…or cooking meals that would have been eaten by people of this time !  The possibilities are endless and so much FUN !!!  I have included lots of activity books in the book list below !

****NEW NOTE ! ****
I just came across a really cool YouTube channel that has TONS of fun teaching videos that would fit perfectly with this study.  It is made for Jewish families to teach their children all about their holidays and traditions.
Here’s the link –>   BimBam  (YouTube)

We also read many GREAT historical fiction books for “Language Arts” during this study…they were harder to find for this particular section, but there are lots for the following ancient history sections.
Click on the image below for the Ancient Civilizations/OT Booklist

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Teaching All Ages At Once-

After parental review, the  lessons I have written below are meant to be self-directed for middle school ages and up .  But, if you are using this for multiple ages like I did, I simply read the Story of the World out loud, our Bible study, and some of the other historical fiction.  I have included a few “extra” books at the bottom of this page for younger readers and they can always be included in the hands on activities.

The Old Testament Days Activity Book is my favorite for ideas that can be leveled up or made a bit more simple, but enjoyed by all!!   My “little” often colored pages to put in her own timeline binder while I read!  I was often amazed at how much she absorbed just by listening !!  You can find lots  of  FREE  printable coloring and activity pages from Calvary Curriculum that go along perfectly with the daily plans below.  They have lessons, printable coloring and activity pages, etc for preschool through about 6th grade !  Who doesn’t like to color while listening to a great book after all ?!?  They are great to add in to the timeline binders for the big kids as well 🙂

And if you STILL have a kid who isn’t convinced that history is interesting…
Try these 21 Fascinating Facts About Ancient Civilizations !   Quick list of facts that will make you want to know more!  I wrote it specifically to go with this study and it is written on topic for each week 🙂
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*WEEK 1 :  The Beginning of Civilization

*Note: I have recently updated the reading schedule for ‘The Story of the World’ and ‘A Child’s History of the World’ to include chapter titles as well as page numbers.  There are several different editions of these books and the page numbers can be off quite a bit with each one.  The earliest days of history can be difficult to teach, and even more challenging to find solid resources on for children.  You will find many more reading suggestions for the daily plans as you go.  🙂

*Day 1-

-“Great Civilizations” p. 6-7
-“The Story of the World-Vol 1”  –  Introduction
(please be sure to preview the reading materials)
– “A Child’s History of the World”-
Chapter 1- How Things Started  (p. 3-10)
*Not my favorite explanation for children-  you may like to skip it!
Civilizations- The Place Where A Culture Starts


-What is a Civilization ?  (about 4 mins)
The Story of the First People
(Good graphic novel type video- about 25 mins)

My Culture Quest  (interactive game)
Archeology: Clues From the Past !  (interactives)
Tools of the Trade-  Interactive Archeology Game
Dirt Detective   (great for Littles !)

*Note:  Remember, if you’d like to scatter hands-on learning activities in EACH WEEK, scroll down to week 6, and you’ll find LOTS of fun hands-on activities you can add in!  Otherwise, you can use week 6 to create a history museum of sorts to present all you’ve learned in this unit!

+ Add
this section’s vocabulary words to history notebook (in vocabulary section)

*Day 2-

-“The Story of the World-Vol 1”  p. 19-39
(Chapter 1- “The Earliest People)
–> If you are not using “Genesis: Finding Our Roots”, you might like to split the SOTW reading between Day 2 and Day 3 this week.

Creation- The First People  (animated-about 4 minutes)
The Fertile Crescent & the Rise of Civilization
(about 3 mins)

Mysteries of Catalhoyuk
Met Kids- Explore History ! (8,000-2,000BC)

a simple outline (your choice of style) of today’s reading

*Day 3-

-“Genesis- Finding Our Roots”,  Unit 1
*Note- Depending on the ages of your children, you may like to read from this book yourself and share the material with them…you could use it as a read aloud, or your child could read this book, and discuss the material with you.

“Archeology Adventure in the Holy Land” (about 14 mins)
Ancient Mesopotamia 101   (from National Geo- about 4 minutes)


-Play one of these Archeology Games online !
Iron Age Interactive Game

+ Choose
1 of the “Topics for Further Study” in “Genesis: Finding Our Roots” on pg. 11-19 (highlighted in blue)
Answer your question  fully in your history notebook (Q&A section).


*WEEK 2:  The Sumerians and the Babylonians

*Day 1-

– “Great Civilizations”   p. 8-11
Ancient Sumeria
Who Were the Sumerians ?

– “A Child’s History of the World”-  p. 48-55
Chapter 8-  A Rich Land Where There Was No Money
*I will skip around quite a bit in the first weeks… you may like to include Chapter 2.
I didn’t include it, as it was covered by other resources already listed.
-“The Story of the World- Vol. 1”  p. 39-52
Chapter 5- “The First Sumerian Dictator”
–>Remember you do NOT need to read from ALL of the resources listed !

4 Empires of Mesopotamia (about 4 minutes)
Mesopotamia- From Nomads to Farmers…Nisaba’s Journal
Sumerians in 7 Minutes

The Bronze Age- DK Find Out!
DK Find Out!  The Iron Age
Mesopotamia!   (Interactive exploration)
DK Explore Mesopotamia

a “People” page for your binder today.  Just the heading, so you’ll be ready to add to this page.  Be creative!
-> Note: Use the list I provided to add the names we cover in each lesson, or add your own list of names as you read.

a “Places” page for your binder using the same directions as above.

*Day 2-


-“The Story of the World- Vol. 1”  p. 39-52
Chapter 7- “Hammurabi and the Babylonians”
Who Was Hammurabi and What Was His Code ?
-Read more about Ancient Babylonia
What are the Hanging Gardens of Babylon?
Ever Wonder Who Invented the Wheel?

Babylon: A History of the City    (about 14 minutes)
The Tower of Babel   (Smithsonian Channel- about 4 minutes)
OT- The Tower of Babel    (animated account – about 22 minutes)
Take a Tour of Modern Day “Babylon”    (about 8 minutes)

The Ziggurats of Ur   (Interactive)
Write Like a Babylonian
DK FindOut!  Who Invented the Wheel ?

+  Make
a simple/bullet outline (you choose the style) of today’s reading

*Day 3-

-“Genesis:  Finding Our Roots”-  Unit 2
Ancient Assyria
-The Stories & Myths of Ancient Sumer & Ancient Babylonia

The History of Babylon & It’s Empire  (about 11 minutes)
Echos from Ugarit- The Oldest Melody in History  (SO cool !)
The Discovery of the Library at Nineveh   (about 5 minutes)

Virtual Tour of Art of Ancient Middle East   (be sure to scroll down to listen to the actual audio tour as you click through the pieces!)

+  Choose
1 of the “Topics for Further Study” in “Genesis:  Finding Our Roots” on pg. 83-87  (highlighted in blue)
Answer your question  fully in your history notebook (Q&A section).

*WEEK 3:  The Chaldeans and Abraham

*Day 1-

-“Usborne:  World History”  p. 12-13 and p. 30-31
Who Were the Chaldeans ?
–>Biblical references to the Chaldeans
Abraham and Ur of the Chaldees
Abraham’s Journeys
(If you’d like to see which cities he journeyed through)
-“The Story of the World- Vol. 1”
Chapter 6- “The Jewish People”
– “A Child’s History of the World”-  p.56-63
Chapter 9- “The Jews Search For a Home”

God Calls Abram   (about 5 minutes… animated)
Abraham’s City of Ur (about 13 minutes)
Ur of the Chaldeans- Home of Abraham (about 2 minutes)

Explore the Ancient City of Ur
Interactive Explore The Indus Valley Civilization 
Abram’s Journey (Maps & more!)
Trace Abraham’s Journey   (Printable map activity)

*Day 2-


-“The Story of the World- Vol. 1”  p. 53-67  (top)
Chapter 8- “The Assyrians”
The Royal Tombs of Ur
What Is the Epic of Gilgamesh ?

Great Ziggurats of Ur   (about 10 minutes…narration is longish, but there are some great visuals)
The Epic of Gilgamesh 
(animated- about 5 minutes… great for younger students)
Crash Course Gilgamesh   (Suggested for High School level- with back story.  NOTE!! This story/version has some very sensitive themes… please preview !)

Play the Royal Game of Ur Online
Explore the Royal Tombs of Ur

+  Make a simple outline (you choose the style) of today’s reading

*Day 3-

-“Genesis:  Finding Our Roots”- Unit 3
Who Were the Indus People ?
The Bible and Mesopotamia:  Putting It All Together

The Indus Valley Civilization  (PBS- about 3 minutes)

-Play an online Matching Game all about Abraham
The Indus Valley – Interactive    (Scroll down for interactives- there are many)
Explore Artifacts from archaeological digs in the Indus Valley- Harappa

+  Choose 1 more of the “Topics for Further Study” in Genesis”  Finding Our Roots, on pg. 83-87
(highlighted in blue) .  Answer your question  fully in your history notebook (Q&A section).

*WEEK 4:  Canaan & Israel

*Day 1-  The Canaanites, Isaac &  Rebekah

Who Were the Canaanites ?
Canaan    (Best for older students, but packed with good info!)
Who Were the Hebrews?
The Hebrew People    (pdf chapter from a textbook)

Isaac, Jacob, and  Esau   (about 10 minutes)
The Story of Isaac & Rebekah, Jacob and Esau 
(Very detailed animated telling-  about 22 minutes)

Abraham in the Land of Canaan   (Interactive Map of his journeys)
-Interactive Map of Abraham’s Journey to Canaan
Explore Peniel   (from )

*Day 2- Jacob & Esau


Jacob & Esau  
Who Was Jacob ?
Jacob Wrestles With God
The Origins of the Hebrews
All About Israel

God’s Story- Jacob & Esau  (about 4 minutes- great for younger kids too!)
Jacob Wrestles- God’s Story  (about 4 minutes)
The Sons of Jacob (about 25 minutes)

Map Jacob’s Journey
Unscramble Jacob’s Kids Names
Explore Canaan
Online Canaan and Ancient Israel Museum Collection


*Day 3-  Joseph
**Note- This is just a brief introduction to Joseph.  We will be reading about him again during the Ancient Egypt Section!

Who Was Joseph ?
Joseph Sold By His Brothers

The Story of Joseph    (about 5 minutes)
Joseph and His Brothers   (about 28 minutes)

The Story of Joseph
(Information and TONS of ideas from  Future Flying Saucers–  if you haven’t scoured this site, I HIGHLY recommend it!)
Timeline of Joseph’s Life


*Week 5: Choose Your Own Book Week !

*Here are a few ideas-





*Note:  You may like to require more than one book or more written work this week.  It would also be a great week to start on the pages for notebooks (see Week 6).   Remember, I was on a mission at this point to reignite the JOY of reading in my kids.  Sometimes when we aren’t allowed time to just read and ENJOY a book without any “strings attached” , reading loses it’s enjoyment.

*Week 6:  Explore It More!  Hands-On !

*Hands-On Learning !  Try It !  (All free online ideas)
You could also work on several projects to display at the end of this week…something like a Ancient Civilizations Museum Exhibit.  My kids loved anything food related.  We often invited friends or family over for a themed feast when finishing a study.  The book below was our FAVORITE!  We learned so much by tasting our way through history.  If you’re doing a separate Bible study with your family, this cookbook and Journey Through the Bible  would be perfect to use with this study !  In addition to the suggestions below, you may like to check out my Ancient Civilizations/OT Pinterest Board, for some super fun (and free) hands-on activities for this history section !


+ Cuneiform Activity  (and LOTS of other hands on activities)
from Kids Discover
+ Make & Play the Royal Game of Ur
+ Try one of the activities Ancient Babylonian Art Lesson for Kids ! from Dymphna’s Song.
+ Make a Hanging Garden from Babylon fun idea from Joyfully Weary
+ Try some of these foods and recipes
Jacob’s Stew Historic Recipe from Tori Avey
Mesopotamian Bread  from Just a Pinch
Ancient Mesopotamian Recipes
Bible Foods Picnic
-Try creating your own version of a working wheel… Here’s one Wheel Idea !

*WEEK 7:  Notebook it !

*Day 1-
  +Make a cover page for this (Ancient Civilizations & the Old Testament) section to add to your binder.  Be sure to put a line across the bottom of the page and note our “beginning date”.

+Make a history page for each of the 10 sections .
This can be print outs, coloring sheets, or hand written pages.  BE CREATIVE!
(Again, be sure to add the timeline date line at the bottom of each page)

1. Creation                              

2. Adam & Eve                           (4,100 BC approx)
3.  Cain & Abel                           (4,000 BC)
4.  The Wicked                           (2,400 BC)
5.  The Flood  & Noah             (2,350 BC)

Mesopotamia & the Beginning of Civilizations

6. The Chaldeans & Abram                      (2,170 BC)

7. The Canaanites, Isaac & Rebekah (2,026 BC)
8. The Israelites, Jacob & Esau              (2,000 BC)
9. Jacob Returns                                             (1,920 BC)
10. Joseph                                                           (1,915 BC)

* Day 2-
+Add information for each of the 10 pages you made on Day 1.
You may write things you can remember…quotes…draw pictures, etc.
Add in any of the activities you tried on the proper page :
Cuneiform (pictures), Recipes, etc.
You also could use/expand on your outlines from the reading
(cut & paste pictures, bubble notes, or bullet points…)

*Day 3-
+ Review the 10 index cards.  Candy Quiz on these today !

+Write a short paper from your reading outlines.
This will be the final assignment for this study.
Include it behind the cover page in your binder.

*Be sure to check out the Book List ,  FREE Printable History Cards,
and 21 Fascinating Facts- History Starters for this study !

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Free World History Curriculum Part 2: Ancient Egypt*

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*4 Core Books-

*Other Recommended Ancient World History Resources (Just for Fun!)

Be sure to follow my Ancient History Pinterest Boards too !  

I will be adding to them frequently.
* Ancient Civilizations Board
* Ancient Egypt Board
* Ancient Greece Board
* Ancient Rome Board
* Middle Ages Board
Lots of free ideas and activities to add to these units.

And be sure to check out my full list of ABSOLUTE FAVORITE living books and resources for making ancient world history come ALIVE !!

Middle Ages & the Renaissance Book List
Ancient Rome Book List
Ancient Greece Book List

Ancient Egypt Book List 
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