What We're Doing – Week 20 Links & Ideas


History – Watch this video about the Mexican Revolution.  (UPDATE: This link appears to not be working right now.  Not sure why? I’m leaving it here in hopes that it will work again.  It was good! In the meanwhile, we’ll be reading about the Mexican Revolution in Story of the World V3 ch35 and ch20 in V4 while coloring one of the pages linked below.)

Print a coloring page for each of my littles to complete.

Latin – Have I shared these free latin printables before? Suzanne Shares has created these wonderful latin review cards for you to print and use at home.  So great, right? I’m excited to introduce these to my guys.

English – We’re finishing our helping verb story this week.  Have you been doing this along with us? My boys have actually been really into writing our story.  I’m excited to see how they end it.

Math – We’ll read Sir Cumference and the First Round Table.  I have not read it yet, but the reviews look great.  It’s not often you read a story book for math, so I think it’ll be a fun change.  Plus it looks like it might be a good book to have around to help math terminology stick. 

Science – Read about parts of the atmosphere.  

Make this foldable printable to learn characteristics about the layers of the atmosphere.  

Geography – I found this great resource on Mesoamerica online. The info is great, but the images might be my favorite part. 

Fine Arts – Watch this video of an orchestra performance of Handel – Water Music. I love how it shows so many different instruments close-up.

Okay, I’m starting to feel spring fever creeping in.  Perhaps it’s because we’ve actually been stuck in the house with fevers for too many days lately? Either way, I’m on the lookout for sunshine and warm weather.  In the meantime, I’m gonna work hard and focus on enjoying the rest of cycle 1! Know what I mean?


  1. says

    Just wanted to thank you for all you’ve shared on the Cycle 1 Weekly Link-Up! It’s been a great year – and I know so many more people have used your material than who comment. 🙂
    Blessings to you!

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