Activity 1: Board Game (30 minutes):
-Divide the class into small groups and give each group a board game (or a printable board game template that can be filled in)
-Each group will take turns rolling a die and moving their game piece along the board.
-The board game will have different squares representing different aspects of time in ancient Greece and Rome. For example, there might be a square for the Greek god Zeus, who was associated with the sky and thunder and a square for the Roman god Jupiter, who was associated with sky and thun-der. When the students land on a square, they have to answer a question about that aspect of time in ancient Greece and Rome.
-The group that reaches the end of the board first wins the game.
Activity 2: Flashcard review (20 minutes):
-Provide the students with flashcards with key terms related to time in ancient Greece and Rome.
-Have the students work in pairs or small groups to review the flashcards.
-Set a timer for 5 minutes and challenge the students to see how many flashcards they can correctly define within the time limit.
-The group or pair that correctly defines the most flashcards in the time limit wins a prize.