November 8, 2018

Ancient Rome: What can we learn from that time?



What can we learn from that time?

Sixth graders are learning about "Ancient Rome” including Historical Fiction!

You can also read how Romans put science to work, how they built Arches, Concrete, Homes and Aqueducts. They were great farmers, physicians & miners. 

“One of the first engineering tasks undertaken by Roman engineers was to dig trenches in the swamps to drain the marshy valleys. The work began in 500 B.C. …” (Science in Ancient Rome)

You can find more information about that on our online catalog at this link



Look at on our Online Catalog and have fun!

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Library Page of our website is also filled with great information.

Library Blog - read updates about RSSAA Library Program along with resources available to the community.

Library Online Catalog - access searchable information about our collections at both the Lower School & High School campuses.

Parent Library (Early Childhood Library) explore our Waldorf Collections for Education. Parent Library is open for circulation at Coffee Hour and/or every Tuesdays (drop off time) & Thursdays (pick up time). By appt, contact Andrea Basso at abasso@steinerschool.org.

Questions or Comments? Email us any time at: librarians@steinerschool.org

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