A resource with lesson plans for using animation in the classroom - in ‘animating a myth part 1’, pupils choose an existing myth on the myths and legends website, analyse the story and then prepare it as a storyboard. Split into 3 parts all attached.
Statements for children to cut out and categorize under Celts or Romans. There is a table at the end that higher ability students can use. Encourage them to do their own research using books,internet, etc and write their own statements under headings of romans and celts and also keywords such as food, religion, etc.
Using a photo of a Roman game (a slate with a grid drawn on it and some stones as counters/pieces), children then have the chance to design their own game on a grid, with some counters or pieces. They then have to write the rules for the game and instructions. After teaching the game to their peers, they can complete a peer assessment of it.