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Classical Conversations Cycle 2 Resource List - Cross and Quill Media
Newtons Third Law Example
Art Berthe Morisot's Woman Sewing: a different way to appreciate Morisot's style (differs from the project described in Great Artists)
What caused World War 2? a hands on lesson using maps and colored pencils
Corrie Ten Boom, Her testimony in her own words Full Length World War II Cycle 2- YouTube
Naked men and women wait outside the gas chambers in Auschwitz (wk 16, 17, 21)
CC Cycle 2, Week 16 - MONET: Our Monet inspired “Water Lily Pond” Paintings
world's greatest artists
FREE black line outlines for Monet Child art
Claude Monet (C2, W16)
Newton's First: with raw eggs. Pinner said: "ok, this is cool! Our family just tried it. I wish I had, had a camera for my husband's face when I knocked the pie pan! lol The kids think this is SO cool!"
cycle 2 Week 14 Fine Arts - Linnaeus - Line drawing of a pinecone
A really cool solids, liquids, and gases experiment--wk 13
Week 14: Adverbs
Week 22 &23: Creative design for egg drop made from cardboard paper only!
Week 20 &21: truss beam bridges using paper straws and tape
Week 21 & 22: Marshmallow and Spagetti tower. Engineering activity pin. I like the use of spaghetti. I would have never thought of that!
Straight line and dot---dandelion
Classical Conversations Cycle 2 Week 13 Lesson Guide - HomeSchool with Winnie
From a Liquid to a Solid | Fun at home activity for CC Cycle 2 Week 13 | States of Matter
HowStuffWorks "Newton's Second Law (Law of Motion)" week 16, week 17, week 18
Degas at the National Gallery in London | For Classical Conversations Great Artists unit Cycle 2 Week 17 | Scroll down and click on a painting to zoom in. Shows great detail.