I am an instructor at a mid-sized American university, preparing to teach a two-quarter geometry course for junior and senior math majors. My plan is to use Hartshorne's "Geometry: Euclid and Beyond," which is designed to be read in parallel with Euclid's elements.
I would like the pace of the class to be a little more relaxed than the pace Hartshorne sets (for example, it appears chapter 1 takes Hartshorne three weeks to cover, and this involves reading the first four books of the Elements.) In particular, I am looking for problems that could be used as homework or in-class group work to solidify the students understanding of Euclid.
Are there other companions to Euclid's Elements that are more leisurely paced?
Do you know of a bank of geometry problems that contains problems appropriate for someone working through the Elements?