In ancient times, the Greeks built temples to honor and worship their gods. Early on, the temples were small buildings made largely from mud-bricks. As the centuries passed, the Greeks constructed magnificent stone temples, such as the Panthenon. From these famous structures, we can learn about the architecture, history, and culture of the ancient civilization that built them. Children can build their own wooden Greek Temple using our Antiquity Builder Set (6.31)
Building structures have symbolized the advancement of societies for centuries. They tell a story of a people, an era, and a progression in civilization. From these famous structures, children (ages 4+) can learn much about the architecture, history, and culture of this ancient civilization. The Romans used stone to create the towering monuments we know today, such as Rome's Colosseum. Children will love to build their own Coliseum or Roman Arch using our wooden builder sets (6.33 and 6.34)
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