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If you teach Ancient Civilizations, this collaborative poster is a great way to create a meaningful word wall or bulletin board that can serve as a helpful reference. Similar to a quilt project, each student will complete a section of the poster to form a student-created display that focuses on the Roman Colosseum. This resource also includes an extension activity where students will learn about and label the parts of the Colosseum. A helpful coloring reference guide is included so your students can color with accuracy.


This zip file includes:

:: 3 poster sizes to fit your class needs (18 pieces, 24 pieces, and 36 pieces)

:: Detailed student instructions

:: Varied pieces so you can give each student just the right amount of detail

:: Teacher instructions with standards alignment & coloring reference

:: Extension activity to label the parts of the Colosseum


Ancient Rome: Colosseum Poster Includes the Following:

  • Purpose
  • Years Built
  • Structural Components
  • Architectural Importance


This poster pairs well with the Ancient Rome Colosseum Virtual Field Trip


Ways to use this resource:

:: Entry Task

:: Early Finishers

:: Sub Plans

:: Stations activity

:: Exit Ticket

:: Team Building

:: Word Wall


Display Options & Ideas:

Completed posters are:

:: 18 x 27 (18 pieces)

:: 24 x 36 (24 pieces)

:: 24 x 36 (36 pieces)

:: Enlarge or create a smaller version using your printer settings

:: Great for a hallway display, bulletin board, or door decor


Please be sure to check out the preview for a closer look!


Thank you!

Michelle McDonald, B.A.E.

Social Studies Education, K-12

Elementary Education K-8

Ancient Rome: Colosseum Collaborative Poster Word Wall

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