G is for Greece{Ancient Greece Resource Round Up}

Ancient Greece Resource Round Up!


(subscriptions required)

Netflix – Mystery Files:  Alexander the Great
The 300 Sartans

Hulu – Horrible Histories – Groovy Greeks
Kid’s Animated History Episodes 5&6

Amazon Prime – New Dimension:  Ancient Greece
New Dimension:  Ancient Athens
Empires Season 7, Episode 1
Global Treasures Acropolis Athens, Greece

Brain PopDemocracy Video


Teachers Pay Teachers (Long list followed by paid products)

Greek Mythology Pack from 3Dinosaurs.com

Ancient Greece Lapbook from Homeschoolshare.com

Digging Up Greece Game

Greek Mythology Matching Card Game from Deceptively Educational

Ancient Greece Lapbook from Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool

Greek Myth Journal Page from Kathy’s Cluttered Mind

Greek Myths Classification Chart from Adventures in Mommydom

Teacher’s Guides for Percy Jackson

The Story of the Greeks for Kindle

Big ‘Ol List of FREE Printable Resources for Ancient Greece from Blessed Beyond a Doubt

Ancient Greece:  A Unit Study

Jeopardy and other online GREEK games

Ancient Greece art based lessons from the J. Paul Getty Museum

Ancient Greece for Kids and Teachers

Children of Ancient Greece

Greek Art Lesson and Flashcards

Ancient Greece Enrichment

Arts & Crafts

A Greek Vase made from a plastic water bottle and paper mache

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Medusa Snake Hat by Enchanted Homeschooling Mom, she also has several great printables available through her members only page, cost to join is $15 for lifetime access.

Another Medusa Craft from The Usual Mayhem

Olympics related crafts from Teach Beside Me

A diorama and other hands on activity ideas at Edventures with Kids

Labyrinth Craft

Greek Helmet

An ancient Greek water clock


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See all 28 books listed at Chestnut Grove Academy

Curriculum (for purchase)

Memoria Press – Greek Myths

Currclick – Ancient Greece (lots of choices)

Hands of a Child Lapbook’’

TruthQuest History – Ancient Greece


Jen is a homeschooling mom to 4 kiddos (3 boys and a girl).  She has a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education.   She started blogging as a way to be accountable; it’s turned into so much more.She loves being able to share ideas and reviews (and sometimes giveaways) with all of you! You can find her at Chestnut Grove Academy.  She is also a member of The Schoolhouse Review Crew.

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