(For the first part of this block, please see this post: http://theparentingpassageway.com/2013/11/20/sixth-grade-ancient-rome/).
I detailed in a previous post how we tackled our first three weeks of Rome, including drawing, painting, and mosaics, along with the resources we used. The first three weeks also included, toward the end, an assignment to read “The Bronze Bow”, as suggested in the Christopherus Roman History Guide (http://www.christopherushomeschool.com/Sixth-Grade-Roman-History-Bundle-p/chrb0010.htm – however, I do not have this newest version but only the older version so do be aware there has been a revision!) and we orally discussed this book and its major themes.
So, our major work in the first three weeks included drawing a beautiful Continue reading