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Cambridge For Kids has produced a number of audio and classroom resources aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history, ancient history and science. Episodes are all under 10 minutes long, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks.

Cambridge For Kids has produced a number of audio and classroom resources aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history, ancient history and science. Episodes are all under 10 minutes long, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks.
Athens and Sparta Audiobook & Classroom Activity
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Athens and Sparta Audiobook & Classroom Activity

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Athens and Sparta. The Athenians, skilled traders with a well-rounded society, they valued art, culture and democracy. The Spartans, experts in warfare valued strength, the monarchy and were suspicious of outsiders. They were once allies, but these powerful Greek city-states would become fierce enemies igniting a bloody civil war that ripped ancient Greece apart. In this episode, you will learn about their many differences. How they were governed. The differences in education and why they became bitter enemies. The Ancient Greeks Audiobook series and Classroom Activity by Cambridge For Kids. Aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. The Ancient Greeks: Episode 1 – Introduction to Ancient Greece Episode 2 – The Olympic Games Episode 3 – Government and Law Episode 4 – Philosophy, the First Thinkers Episode 5 – Literature and the Theatre Episode 6 – Architecture and Art Episode 7 – Greek Mythology Episode 8 – Athens and Sparta Episode 9 – The Olympian Gods Episode 10 – The Lasting Legacy of the Greeks Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com
Ancient Greek Philosophy Audiobook & Activity
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Ancient Greek Philosophy Audiobook & Activity

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Ancient Greek Philosophy. The philosophers of Ancient Greece were among the greatest thinkers to ever grace humanity. Ancient Greek philosophy and medical writing were extremely important on later thought, both in the West and in the East. The Ancient Greeks Audiobook series and Classroom Activity by Cambridge For Kids. Aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. The Ancient Greeks: Episode 1 – Introduction to Ancient Greece Episode 2 – The Olympic Games Episode 3 – Government and Law Episode 4 – Philosophy, the First Thinkers Episode 5 – Literature and the Theatre Episode 6 – Architecture and Art Episode 7 – Greek Mythology Episode 8 – Athens and Sparta Episode 9 – The Olympian Gods Episode 10 – The Lasting Legacy of the Greeks Matthew John Brooks is a British Archaeologist with a BA (Honours) Degree in Roman Archaeology. He has previously conducted fieldwork throughout the UK on some of the largest archaeological excavations in the world most notably The Pompeii of The North. He has previously worked for the Museum of London, Oxford and Cambridge University in the Department of Archaeology as an Archaeological Researcher and Archaeological Consultant. Matt has also worked in the capacity of Environmental Archaeologist and Archaeological Wood Specialist, involving spot dating and species analysis leading to grey literature publications. He also frequently works alongside Archaeobotanists and Ecologists processing archaeological samples, artifact analysis and identification, contributing to archaeological journals. Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com Cambridge For Kids has produced a number of historical audiobooks aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy to understand for children. Written and narrated by Cambridge based archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. Support us so we can continue to produce episodes. 100% of your money will be used in the production and upkeep of our audiobooks. Our future goals are to produce a new season of history audiobooks for children. If you have any preferences for future works please contact us. Thank you for your support, it makes a huge difference!
Greek Mythology For Kids Audiobook & Activity
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Greek Mythology For Kids Audiobook & Activity

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Greek Mythology. Thousands of years ago people did not have sciences like we have today to help them understand life. Ancient Greek people could see sickness, death, and natural disasters, but they did not understand what caused them. Mythology in the ancient world was used as a way to explain these things which contained monsters, bizarre beasts, and the gods. The Ancient Greeks Audiobook series and Classroom Activity by Cambridge For Kids. Aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. The Ancient Greeks: Episode 1 – Introduction to Ancient Greece Episode 2 – The Olympic Games Episode 3 – Government and Law Episode 4 – Philosophy, the First Thinkers Episode 5 – Literature and the Theatre Episode 6 – Architecture and Art Episode 7 – Greek Mythology Episode 8 – Athens and Sparta Episode 9 – The Olympian Gods Episode 10 – The Lasting Legacy of the Greeks Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com
Tutankhamun's Curse Audiobook & Classroom Activity
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Tutankhamun's Curse Audiobook & Classroom Activity

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Tutankhamun’s Curse. The Pharaoh Tutankhamun died in 1323 BC aged around 18. His body was moved to the Valley of the Kings, across the Nile from the city of Luxor in Egypt. When famous British archaeologist Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun in 1922 it was worldwide news but, what got more headlines was the story of the Curse of the Pharaoh, which is said to still exist today. The Age of The Egyptians Series Audiobook series and Classroom Activity by Cambridge For Kids. Aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. The Age of The Egyptians Series: Episode 1 – Introduction to the Egyptians Episode 2 – The River Nile Episode 3 – The Language of Hieroglyphics Episode 4 – Inventions Episode 5 – Cleopatra Episode 6 – Tutankhamun and the Curse Episode 7 – The Great Pyramid and Aliens Episode 8 – Egyptian Burial Customs and Beliefs Episode 9 – Art and Architecture Episode 10 – The Legacy of Ancient Egypt Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com
The Dinosaurs For Kids Audiobook & Classroom Activity
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The Dinosaurs For Kids Audiobook & Classroom Activity

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The Dinosaurs. The dinosaurs were amongst the most successful animals ever to live on the Earth. Their reign lasted over 100 million years. 65 million years ago a city-sized asteroid wiped out the dinosaurs and three-quarters of all life on Earth. When Dinosaurs Roamed the Earth Audiobook series and Classroom Activity by Cambridge For Kids. Aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. When Dinosaurs Roamed the Earth: Episode 1 – Evolution and the Origins of Life Episode 2 – The Dinosaurs Episode 3 – Biology, the Biggest, the Smallest and the Strangest Episode 4 – The Discovery of Dinosaurs Existence Episode 5 – Modern-day Study of Dinosaurs Episode 6 – The T-Rex, King of Dinosaurs Episode 7 – Velociraptor, the Smartest Creature to ever walk Earth? Episode 8 – The Herbivores Episode 9 – The Extinction Episode 10 – Could we bring dinosaurs back? Written and narrated by Cambridge University based archaeologist Matthew John Brooks Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com
Greek Architecture Audiobook & Classroom Activity
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Greek Architecture Audiobook & Classroom Activity

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Greek Architecture and Art. Ancient Greek architects and artists have provided some of the finest and most unique buildings ever seen in the ancient world. Through the design and use of their temples, sculptures and pottery, the Greeks would live by a central code, which was clear to see in their art and architecture. They would, in turn, be responsible for the start of classical design, which now dominates the western world. The Ancient Greeks Audiobook series and Classroom Activity by Cambridge For Kids. Aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. The Ancient Greeks: Episode 1 – Introduction to Ancient Greece Episode 2 – The Olympic Games Episode 3 – Government and Law Episode 4 – Philosophy, the First Thinkers Episode 5 – Literature and the Theatre Episode 6 – Architecture and Art Episode 7 – Greek Mythology Episode 8 – Athens and Sparta Episode 9 – The Olympian Gods Episode 10 – The Lasting Legacy of the Greeks Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com
The Romans For Kids Audiobook & Activity
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The Romans For Kids Audiobook & Activity

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Introduction to The Roman Empire. The mighty Roman Empire’s rise and fall, its culture, economy and famous leaders, and how it laid the foundations of the modern world. All will be revealed in this epic series. The The Rise of the Roman Empire Audiobook series and Classroom Activity by Cambridge For Kids. Aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. The Rise of the Roman Empire: Episode 1 – Introduction to the Roman Empire Episode 2 – The Roman Conquest and Expansion Episode 3 – Romans and the Economy Episode 4 – Inventions of Transportation Episode 5 – Architecture and Engineering Episode 6 – Life as a Roman Episode 7 – The Arts and the Romans Episode 8 – Julius Caesar Episode 9 – Latin Literature and the shaping of modern-day English Episode 10 – The Legacy of the Romans Written and Narrated by Cambridge University Archaeologist: Matthew John Brooks Matthew John Brooks is a British Archaeologist with a BA (Honours) Degree in Roman Archaeology. He has previously conducted fieldwork throughout the UK on some of the largest archaeological excavations in the world most notably The Pompeii of The North. He has previously worked for the Museum of London, Oxford and Cambridge University in the Department of Archaeology as an Archaeological Researcher and Archaeological Consultant. Matt has also worked in the capacity of Environmental Archaeologist and Archaeological Wood Specialist, involving spot dating and species analysis leading to grey literature publications. He also frequently works alongside Archaeobotanists and Ecologists processing archaeological samples, artifact analysis and identification, contributing to archaeological journals. Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com Cambridge For Kids has produced a number of historical audiobooks aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy to understand for children. Written and narrated by Cambridge based archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. Support us so we can continue to produce episodes. 100% of your money will be used in the production and upkeep of our audiobooks. Our future goals are to produce a new season of history audiobooks for children. If you have any preferences for future works please contact us. Thank you for your support, it makes a huge difference!
Statue of Zeus at Olympia Audiobook & Activity
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Statue of Zeus at Olympia Audiobook & Activity

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Statue of Zeus at Olympia. The Statue of Zeus was a massive 12 meters high, statue of the god Zeus, the King of the Ancient Greek gods. The statue was made from an inner wooden structure then enclosed with luxurious materials such as ivory, ebony, bronze, gold leaf and precious jewels. Zeus’s eyes were made of vibrant gems and around his head was a silver olive branch. The statue of Zeus stood for over 800 years and was considered the biggest statue the Ancient Greeks ever created. The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World Audiobook series and Classroom Activity by Cambridge For Kids. Aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World: Episode 1- The Hanging Gardens of Babylon Episode 2- The Colossus of Rhodes Episode 3- The Temple of Artemis Episode 4 – The Lighthouse of Alexandria Episode 5- The Statue of Zeus at Olympia Episode 6 – The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus Episode 7- The Great Pyramid of Giza Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com
Greek Theatre and Literature Audiobook & Activity
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Greek Theatre and Literature Audiobook & Activity

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Literature and The Theatre. One of the favorite forms of entertainment for the Ancient Greeks was the Theatre. It began as part of a festival to the Greek god Dionysus, but eventually became extremely popular amongst the public and nobility. Literature and theatre was an important aspect of Greek culture and helped influence modern drama, bringing together elements of myth, ritual, religion, dance and music. The Ancient Greeks Audiobook series and Classroom Activity by Cambridge For Kids. Aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. The Ancient Greeks: Episode 1 – Introduction to Ancient Greece Episode 2 – The Olympic Games Episode 3 – Government and Law Episode 4 – Philosophy, the First Thinkers Episode 5 – Literature and the Theatre Episode 6 – Architecture and Art Episode 7 – Greek Mythology Episode 8 – Athens and Sparta Episode 9 – The Olympian Gods Episode 10 – The Lasting Legacy of the Greeks Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com
The Velociraptor for Kids Audiobook & Activity
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The Velociraptor for Kids Audiobook & Activity

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The Velociraptor. Velociraptors walked the Earth during the late Cretaceous period, about 90 to 65 million years ago and are closely related to modern birds. Extremely clever and deadly predators, these turkey-sized dinosaurs evolved to become perfect trackers and some could even glide using strong feathered wings. When Dinosaurs Roamed the Earth Audiobook series and Classroom Activity by Cambridge For Kids. Aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. When Dinosaurs Roamed the Earth: Episode 1 – Evolution and the Origins of Life Episode 2 – The Dinosaurs Episode 3 – Biology, the Biggest, the Smallest and the Strangest Episode 4 – The Discovery of Dinosaurs Existence Episode 5 – Modern-day Study of Dinosaurs Episode 6 – The T-Rex, King of Dinosaurs Episode 7 – Velociraptor, the Smartest Creature to ever walk Earth? Episode 8 – The Herbivores Episode 9 – The Extinction Episode 10 – Could we bring dinosaurs back? Written and narrated by Cambridge University based archaeologist Matthew John Brooks Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com
Lighthouse of Alexandria Audiobook & Activity
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Lighthouse of Alexandria Audiobook & Activity

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Lighthouse of Alexandria. The Lighthouse at Alexandria was the first known lighthouse and stood for 1600 years on the coast of Egypt. It was built on the island of Pharos, to help guide trade ships into its busy harbor at Alexandria. The lighthouse was damaged by several earthquakes and eventually became an abandoned ruin. The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World Audiobook series and Classroom Activity by Cambridge For Kids. Aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World: Episode 1- The Hanging Gardens of Babylon Episode 2- The Colossus of Rhodes Episode 3- The Temple of Artemis Episode 4 – The Lighthouse of Alexandria Episode 5- The Statue of Zeus at Olympia Episode 6 – The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus Episode 7- The Great Pyramid of Giza Matthew John Brooks is a British Archaeologist with a BA (Honours) Degree in Roman Archaeology. He has previously conducted fieldwork throughout the UK on some of the largest archaeological excavations in the world most notably The Pompeii of The North. He has previously worked for the Museum of London, Oxford and Cambridge University in the Department of Archaeology as an Archaeological Researcher and Archaeological Consultant. Matt has also worked in the capacity of Environmental Archaeologist and Archaeological Wood Specialist, involving spot dating and species analysis leading to grey literature publications. He also frequently works alongside Archaeobotanists and Ecologists processing archaeological samples, artifact analysis and identification, contributing to archaeological journals. Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com Cambridge For Kids has produced a number of historical audiobooks aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy to understand for children. Written and narrated by Cambridge based archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. Support us so we can continue to produce episodes. 100% of your money will be used in the production and upkeep of our audiobooks. Our future goals are to produce a new season of history audiobooks for children. If you have any preferences for future works please contact us. Thank you for your support, it makes a huge difference!
Temple of Artemis Audiobook & Classroom Activity
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Temple of Artemis Audiobook & Classroom Activity

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Temple of Artemis. The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, in present-day Turkey, was built to honor the Greek goddess Artemis, the protector of woman. It has been described as the most beautiful and dazzling of all of the Seven Wonders. The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World Audiobook series and Classroom Activity by Cambridge For Kids. Aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World: Episode 1- The Hanging Gardens of Babylon Episode 2- The Colossus of Rhodes Episode 3- The Temple of Artemis Episode 4 – The Lighthouse of Alexandria Episode 5- The Statue of Zeus at Olympia Episode 6 – The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus Episode 7- The Great Pyramid of Giza Matthew John Brooks is a British Archaeologist with a BA (Honours) Degree in Roman Archaeology. He has previously conducted fieldwork throughout the UK on some of the largest archaeological excavations in the world most notably The Pompeii of The North. He has previously worked for the Museum of London, Oxford and Cambridge University in the Department of Archaeology as an Archaeological Researcher and Archaeological Consultant. Matt has also worked in the capacity of Environmental Archaeologist and Archaeological Wood Specialist, involving spot dating and species analysis leading to grey literature publications. He also frequently works alongside Archaeobotanists and Ecologists processing archaeological samples, artifact analysis and identification, contributing to archaeological journals. Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com Cambridge For Kids has produced a number of historical audiobooks aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy to understand for children. Written and narrated by Cambridge based archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. Support us so we can continue to produce episodes. 100% of your money will be used in the production and upkeep of our audiobooks. Our future goals are to produce a new season of history audiobooks for children. If you have any preferences for future works please contact us. Thank you for your support, it makes a huge difference!
Egyptian Inventions Audiobook & Classroom Activity
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Egyptian Inventions Audiobook & Classroom Activity

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Egyptian Inventions. The Pyramids. Writing. Papyrus Sheets. Black Ink. The Ox-drawn plough. The Sickle. Irrigation. The Sundial. Are but a few of their many inventions. Egyptian inventions were vast and it might be easier to list the things they did not invent such as the wheel; not unexpected in a civilization where boats were mainly used as the means of transport. The Age of The Egyptians Series Audiobook series and Classroom Activity by Cambridge For Kids. Aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. The Age of The Egyptians Series: Episode 1 – Introduction to the Egyptians Episode 2 – The River Nile Episode 3 – The Language of Hieroglyphics Episode 4 – Inventions Episode 5 – Cleopatra Episode 6 – Tutankhamun and the Curse Episode 7 – The Great Pyramid and Aliens Episode 8 – Egyptian Burial Customs and Beliefs Episode 9 – Art and Architecture Episode 10 – The Legacy of Ancient Egypt Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com
Roman Inventions Audiobook & Classroom Activity
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Roman Inventions Audiobook & Classroom Activity

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Roman Inventions of Transportation. Ancient Romans traveled by land and sea. From the earliest times, the Romans displayed remarkable skill at building and engineering. They constructed bridges across the river Tiber, aqueducts to supply Rome with water, and sewers to drain the Forum and keep the city healthy. The Rise of the Roman Empire Audiobook series and Classroom Activity by Cambridge For Kids. Aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. The Rise of the Roman Empire: Episode 1 – Introduction to the Roman Empire Episode 2 – The Roman Conquest and Expansion Episode 3 – Romans and the Economy Episode 4 – Inventions of Transportation Episode 5 – Architecture and Engineering Episode 6 – Life as a Roman Episode 7 – The Arts and the Romans Episode 8 – Julius Caesar Episode 9 – Latin Literature and the shaping of modern-day English Episode 10 – The Legacy of the Romans Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com
Roman Society Audiobook & Classroom Activity
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Roman Society Audiobook & Classroom Activity

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Life as a Roman. Everyday life in a Roman city was totally reliant on your status in society. The city, however, contained a mix of rich and poor people. The rich had the advantage of slave labour, whether it was warming the water at the baths, cooking and serving them their late afternoon meal, or educating their children. The poor, on the other hand, had no education, lived in run-down apartment blocks, and lived off the assistance of the government. The Rise of the Roman Empire: Episode 1 – Introduction to the Roman Empire Episode 2 – The Roman Conquest and Expansion Episode 3 – Romans and the Economy Episode 4 – Inventions of Transportation Episode 5 – Architecture and Engineering Episode 6 – Life as a Roman Episode 7 – The Arts and the Romans Episode 8 – Julius Caesar Episode 9 – Latin Literature and the shaping of modern-day English Episode 10 – The Legacy of the Romans Matthew John Brooks is a British Archaeologist with a BA (Honours) Degree in Roman Archaeology. He has previously conducted fieldwork throughout the UK on some of the largest archaeological excavations in the world most notably The Pompeii of The North. He has previously worked for the Museum of London, Oxford and Cambridge University in the Department of Archaeology as an Archaeological Researcher and Archaeological Consultant. Matt has also worked in the capacity of Environmental Archaeologist and Archaeological Wood Specialist, involving spot dating and species analysis leading to grey literature publications. He also frequently works alongside Archaeobotanists and Ecologists processing archaeological samples, artifact analysis and identification, contributing to archaeological journals. Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com Cambridge For Kids has produced a number of historical audiobooks aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy to understand for children. Written and narrated by Cambridge based archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. Support us so we can continue to produce episodes. 100% of your money will be used in the production and upkeep of our audiobooks. Our future goals are to produce a new season of history audiobooks for children. If you have any preferences for future works please contact us. Thank you for your support, it makes a huge difference!
Mausoleum at Halicarnassus Audiobook & Activity
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Mausoleum at Halicarnassus Audiobook & Activity

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Mausoleum at Halicarnassus. It was a huge burial chamber built for Mausolus, the leader of Caria and governor of the Persian Empire, in 350 BC. It was built using Persia’s rich source of marble, set on a rectangular platform and contained Ionic columns with a stepped roof in the shape of a pyramid. On top of the roof was a gigantic statue of Mausolus riding a chariot, in the image of Hercules. The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World Audiobook series and Classroom Activity by Cambridge For Kids. Aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World: Episode 1- The Hanging Gardens of Babylon Episode 2- The Colossus of Rhodes Episode 3- The Temple of Artemis Episode 4 – The Lighthouse of Alexandria Episode 5- The Statue of Zeus at Olympia Episode 6 – The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus Episode 7- The Great Pyramid of Giza Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com
The T-Rex Audiobook & Classroom Activity
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The T-Rex Audiobook & Classroom Activity

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T-Rex, King of Dinosaurs .The name Tyrannosaurus Rex means ‘king of the tyrant lizards’ in Greek. It stood 4m tall and 12m long and weighed as much as 9 tons. It had very powerful legs and a muscular tail, which was necessary to balance its large, heavy head and permitted it to move quickly. Studies suggest the giant could run 10 to 25 mph. The T-rex’s bite could utilize up to 13,000 pounds of pressure, which is equal to the force of a medium-sized elephant falling on top of you. When Dinosaurs Roamed the Earth: Episode 1 – Evolution and the Origins of Life Episode 2 – The Dinosaurs Episode 3 – Biology, the Biggest, the Smallest and the Strangest Episode 4 – The Discovery of Dinosaurs Existence Episode 5 – Modern-day Study of Dinosaurs Episode 6 – The T-Rex, King of Dinosaurs Episode 7 – Velociraptor, the Smartest Creature to ever walk Earth? Episode 8 – The Herbivores Episode 9 – The Extinction Episode 10 – Could we bring dinosaurs back? Matthew John Brooks is a British Archaeologist with a BA (Honours) Degree in Roman Archaeology. He has previously conducted fieldwork throughout the UK on some of the largest archaeological excavations in the world most notably The Pompeii of The North. He has previously worked for the Museum of London, Oxford and Cambridge University in the Department of Archaeology as an Archaeological Researcher and Archaeological Consultant. Matt has also worked in the capacity of Environmental Archaeologist and Archaeological Wood Specialist, involving spot dating and species analysis leading to grey literature publications. He also frequently works alongside Archaeobotanists and Ecologists processing archaeological samples, artifact analysis and identification, contributing to archaeological journals. Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com Cambridge For Kids has produced a number of historical audiobooks aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy to understand for children. Written and narrated by Cambridge based archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. Support us so we can continue to produce episodes. 100% of your money will be used in the production and upkeep of our audiobooks. Our future goals are to produce a new season of history audiobooks for children. If you have any preferences for future works please contact us. Thank you for your support, it makes a huge difference!
Hanging Gardens of Babylon Audiobook & Activity
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Hanging Gardens of Babylon Audiobook & Activity

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The Hanging Gardens of Babylon. The Hanging Gardens were ancient botanical gardens and thought to have been sited near the royal palace in Babylon, the capital city of the civilization Babylonia, which is in modern day Iraq. The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World were marvels of architecture, human ingenuity, and engineering on a scale that even the greatest minds today would struggle to reproduce. How did the ancients manage such a feat? Let’s find out. The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World: Episode 1- The Hanging Gardens of Babylon Episode 2- The Colossus of Rhodes Episode 3- The Temple of Artemis Episode 4 – The Lighthouse of Alexandria Episode 5- The Statue of Zeus at Olympia Episode 6 – The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus Episode 7- The Great Pyramid of Giza Written and Narrated by Cambridge University Archaeologist: Matthew John Brooks Matthew John Brooks is a British Archaeologist with a BA (Honours) Degree in Roman Archaeology. He has previously conducted fieldwork throughout the UK on some of the largest archaeological excavations in the world most notably The Pompeii of The North. He has previously worked for the Museum of London, Oxford and Cambridge University in the Department of Archaeology as an Archaeological Researcher and Archaeological Consultant. Matt has also worked in the capacity of Environmental Archaeologist and Archaeological Wood Specialist, involving spot dating and species analysis leading to grey literature publications. He also frequently works alongside Archaeobotanists and Ecologists processing archaeological samples, artifact analysis and identification, contributing to archaeological journals. Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com Cambridge For Kids has produced a number of historical audiobooks aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy to understand for children. Written and narrated by Cambridge based archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. Support us so we can continue to produce episodes. 100% of your money will be used in the production and upkeep of our audiobooks. Our future goals are to produce a new season of history audiobooks for children. If you have any preferences for future works please contact us. Thank you for your support, it makes a huge difference!
Evolution For Kids Audiobook & Activity
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Evolution For Kids Audiobook & Activity

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Evolution and the Origins of Life. The theory formed by Charles Darwin, which was outlined in his book The Origin of Species written in 1859, clarified how a single common ancestor could have created the huge variety of life that we find today. When Dinosaurs Roamed the Earth Audiobook series and Classroom Activity by Cambridge For Kids. Aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. When Dinosaurs Roamed the Earth: Episode 1 – Evolution and the Origins of Life Episode 2 – The Dinosaurs Episode 3 – Biology, the Biggest, the Smallest and the Strangest Episode 4 – The Discovery of Dinosaurs Existence Episode 5 – Modern-day Study of Dinosaurs Episode 6 – The T-Rex, King of Dinosaurs Episode 7 – Velociraptor, the Smartest Creature to ever walk Earth? Episode 8 – The Herbivores Episode 9 – The Extinction Episode 10 – Could we bring dinosaurs back? Written and narrated by Cambridge University based archaeologist Matthew John Brooks Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com
The Egyptians For Kids Audiobook & Activity
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The Egyptians For Kids Audiobook & Activity

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Introduction to the Ancient Egyptians. Who were they? How long ago did they live? Hopefully in the next 10 episodes, all your questions will be answered and will give you a good understanding of this fascinating ancient civilization. ** The Ancient Egyptians - The Age of The Egyptians** Audiobook series and Classroom Activity by Cambridge For Kids. Aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy for children to understand. Written and narrated by Cambridge University archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. The Age of The Egyptians Series: Episode 1 – Introduction to the Egyptians Episode 2 – The River Nile Episode 3 – The Language of Hieroglyphics Episode 4 – Inventions Episode 5 – Cleopatra Episode 6 – Tutankhamun and the Curse Episode 7 – The Great Pyramid and Aliens Episode 8 – Egyptian Burial Customs and Beliefs Episode 9 – Art and Architecture Episode 10 – The Legacy of Ancient Egypt Written and Narrated by Cambridge University Archaeologist: Matthew John Brooks Matthew John Brooks is a British Archaeologist with a BA (Honours) Degree in Roman Archaeology. He has previously conducted fieldwork throughout the UK on some of the largest archaeological excavations in the world most notably The Pompeii of The North. He has previously worked for the Museum of London, Oxford and Cambridge University in the Department of Archaeology as an Archaeological Researcher and Archaeological Consultant. Matt has also worked in the capacity of Environmental Archaeologist and Archaeological Wood Specialist, involving spot dating and species analysis leading to grey literature publications. He also frequently works alongside Archaeobotanists and Ecologists processing archaeological samples, artifact analysis and identification, contributing to archaeological journals. Email Us: cambridgeforkids@mail.com Cambridge For Kids has produced a number of historical audiobooks aimed at children who are looking to further their knowledge in all things history. Episodes are all under 10 minutes, packed full of information that is easy to understand for children. Written and narrated by Cambridge based archaeologist Matthew John Brooks. Support us so we can continue to produce episodes. 100% of your money will be used in the production and upkeep of our audiobooks. Our future goals are to produce a new season of history audiobooks for children. If you have any preferences for future works please contact us. Thank you for your support, it makes a huge difference!