classical conversations cycle 1 week 14

Classical Conversations Cycle 1 Week 14 Lesson Plans:

As a homeschool family, we enjoy participating in our local Classical Conversations community.  Classical Conversations supports homeschooling parents by cultivating the love of learning through a Christian worldview in fellowship with other families.
Below is our daily planner for Classical Conversations Cycle 1 Week 14.  We supplement this curriculum with Math and Language Arts.
If your family participates in CC, feel free to copy and share or leave us comments if you’d like to make a suggestion on something your family loves to do during this week.
Day 1:  Attend CC campus
Day 2:

  • Bible – Exodus 20:1-14
  • History – Tell me about trade in Africa
    • Listen to song from Weekly CD or CC Connected x3
  • Timeline – Review timeline cards (pick a card and read the back or recite an interesting fact to your child)
  • Latin – Recite noun cases or sing song from CC connected (SBrooks)
  • Science – Recite x3: What are the 3 kinds of rock? Sedimentary, Metamorphic, and Igneous

Day 3:

  • Timeline – Watch timeline video from RafikiPaka on CC Connected x3
  • English – Recite x3:  Helping Verbs
  • Math – Recite x3: Linear Equivalents
    • 2.54 cm = 1 in
    • 12 in = 1 ft
    • 5,280 ft = 1 ml
    • 1 km = 5/8 mile
  • Geography – Ancient Africa: Ancient Ghana, Ancient Mali, Western Sahara, Fez, Tangier
  • Fine Arts – Ghiberti

Day 4:

  • Bible – Exodus 20:1-14
  • Timeline – Watch timeline video from RafikiPaka on CC Connected x3
  • History – Tell me about trade in Africa
    • Listen to song from Weekly CD or CC Connected x3
  • Latin – Recite noun cases or sing song from CC connected (SBrooks)
  • Science – Recite x3: What are 3 kinds of rock? Sedimentary, Metamorphic, Igneous
    • Activity: Go outside and find 1 of the rock types.

Day 5:

We also review previous weeks using the memory flashcards.  

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