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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

The Middle and Dark Ages

Second day of homeschooling was much smoother. Since DJ has now moved on to the Middle Ages, I will be sharing videos and educational links for that time period. Caitlin is studying the Plymouth Colonies with a new book that I love. I will share that one later. I love the Middle Ages, it is a fascinating time in History. The video below is 1 of a 10 part series. Check them all out as I share them. Next Wednesday I will begin again with my, Why I Homeschool, posts. If you care to join in, please feel free to do so.

Lesson Plans For 09/07/2011:

Math: Saxon 65 chapter 26
Social Studies: The Middle Ages with test
Reading Comprehension: With worksheet
Map Work: Hemispheres and continents
Analogies: Synonyms
Cursive Handwriting

Head of the Class: Two cycles
Social Studies: Plymouth colonies
Math: Adding money, before and after, addition
Art: Draw a ghost
Halloween Coloring
Congruent Shapes
Language Arts: Read long E and I
Clock work and calendar work


MissMOE said...

The Middle Ages is a such a fun period to study. Enjoy your studies!

Melissa said...

Thank you Miss Moe. I need to check your blog, I keep forgetting.

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