Some of the Old and a Bit of the New

July 16, 2012 at 6:05 am Leave a comment

Looking at the free stuff page, I realized that I had given you the art and music timeline pieces, but at the end of our school year I never posted the history timeline pieces. Each timeline piece can be used as a picture or minibook. Here is the download for the Modern History Timeline. On the Free Stuff! page you can find the decade pages if you want them. Those are just blank pages with like 1910 written at the top and a line down the middle of the page.


And while I’m on old…here is my experiment worksheet  that I use all the time. It just has a place for hypothesis, materials, procedure, etc. I have a younger version too which I call the experiment book because it’s a page for each of those things.  I have added all of these downloads to the Free Stuff! page.

And here’s a picture from our week past.

We just started ancient China this past week and here’s my daughter making a scroll of Confucius’ five virtues.

I hope some of you can enjoy seeing my husband’s crazy desk. We’re not perfect here!


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