This past school year we’ve been working our way through Tapestry of Grace Year 1. We’ve spent a lot of wonderful time learning about Julius Caesar.
My son absolutely adores all things related to Roman soldiers, and Julius Caesar was no exception!
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Julius Caesar was born on July 13, 100 BC. In honor of his birthday this month, I’m going to highlight a few of the resources you can use to study Caesar in your own homeschool.
As are many resources here at Mama’s Learning Corner, these suggestions and printables are mostly geared towards the Kindergarten-Second Grade crowd. (I often include Pre-K resources, but there really aren’t any for that age group in relation to Caesar.)
Julius Caesar was one of Rome’s most memorable leaders. He was an excellent general and statesman. At a young age, he proved himself to be a gifted military leader and helped Rome to become a great city in the middle of an empire.
Free Julius Caesar Worksheets
Enjoy these free printables from Mama! In this packet, you’ll find:
- Julius Caesar Fill-in-the-blank
- Julius Caesar Fact Sheet
- Caesar coins – create your own
- 2 Caesar quotes for copywork – elementary and plain lines
These printables are available for personal or classroom use. Enjoy!
This series of biographies is perfect for Kindergarten – 4th graders, giving a thorough overview without being too wordy.
Julius Caesar Documentary on You Tube
This is part 1 of a 3-part series.
Mama’s disclaimer: Practice parental discretion with all online videos.
Julius Caesar Notebooking Pages
Visit NotebookingPages.com to purchase Julius Caesar notebooking pages.
The specific Julius Caesar pages are located in the Ancient Times Notebooking Pages Set.
Click the image to download Julius Caesar Printables
Ancient Rome Worksheets
If your kiddos are studying Ancient Rome this semester, I have an Ancient Rome Worksheet Packet available for 1st-3rd Graders. The content of the packet could easily be stretched to 4th and 5th graders as well!
You can view the specific contents of the 15-page Ancient Rome packet and view samples.
These worksheets are an excellent supplement to your unit study!
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