To begin, we reenacted the story of Cronus. This gave the children a good understanding of the relationships between the Titans and the Olympians.
Next, children worked as part of a team to completed a Greek puzzle. The puzzle consisted of quadrilaterals and triangles that fit together to make a square. The puzzle was invented by Archimedes, a Greek mathematician. It looked a lot easier than it actually was.
After lunch, we played a game of crushing. A Greek game using counters and a square board. The aim of the game was to 'crush' your opponent by blocking them in between two of your pieces.