Romans

Free downloadable resources, activity ideas and display materials for learning about the ancient Romans.

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Roman Amphitheatre Display Picture

Roman Amphitheatre Display Picture

A large printable picture of a Roman amphitheatre that you can add to your classroom display boards.
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Romans Banners

Romans Banners

If you're teaching children about the Romans, add our banners to your classroom displays!
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Estate Agents

Make a poster to advertise the sale of a Roman villa!
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Roman Chariot Display Picture

Roman Chariot Display Picture

A large printable picture of a Roman chariot that you can add to your classroom display boards.
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Romans Revealed

Romans Revealed

Find out about the Romans with this collection of activity sheets and information for teachers.
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Latin Dictionary

Help your children to learn about another aspect of Roman life - their language!
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Roman Emperor Display Picture

Roman Emperor Display Picture

A large printable picture of a Roman emperor that you can add to your classroom display boards.
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Roman Vocabulary Resources

Roman Vocabulary Resources

Roman Vocabulary Resources
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Latin Questions

A set of questions relating to the meanings of different Latin words.
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Roman Soldier Display Picture

A large printable picture of a Roman soldier that you can add to your classroom display boards.
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Draw a Roman Chariot

Draw a Roman Chariot

Challenge your children to draw a Roman chariot using our free printable resource!
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Mosaics Display

Mosaics Display

A super simple and effective mosaics display.
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Celtic Patterns Display

Celtic Patterns Display

A super display of Celtic patterns.
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Mosaics Display

Mosaics Display

To reinforce both the Latin language and Roman history, I had the students make mosaics (actual tile) following Latin instructions.
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Romans Display

Romans Display

Each pupil created a life size Roman soldier of themselves during our 'Living history' week.