What We’re Learning

Weeks 1-2 (August 28-September 7)
Age of Exploration, Argentina & Chile, Insects, Fairy Tales

Weeks 3-4 (September 10-21)
Ottoman Empire, Egypt & Libya, Reptiles & Amphibians, Poetry

Weeks 5-6 (September 24-October 5)
Mogul Empire, Pakistan & Afghanistan, Fish, Mogul Art

Week 7 (October 9-12)
Reformation, Angola & Zambia, Birds, Reformation Art

Week 8-9 (October 15-26)
Renaissance England, Tanzania & Kenya, Mammals, Shakespeare

Week 10 (October 29-November 2)
Thirty Years’ War, Spain, Sound, Baroque Music

Week 11 (November 5-9)
The Dutch, Netherlands, Light, Baroque Art I

Week 12 (November 13-16)
France, Indonesia, Bending Light, Baroque Art II

Weeks 13-14 (November 26-December 7)
Enlightenment, Korea, Science of Light, Art Journaling

Weeks 15-16 (December 10-21)
Russia & Prussia, Central Asia, History of Science, Watercolors

Week 17 (January 7-11)
Conquistadors, Baltic States, Igneous Rocks, Creative Kids

Weeks 18-19 (January 14-25)
Settlers, Peru & Bolivia, Sedimentary Rocks, Native American Art

Weeks 20-21 (January 28-February 8)
13 Colonies, Central America, Metamorphic Rocks, Settler Sayings

Weeks 22-23 (February 11-12)
Slave Trade, Brazil, Gems & Minerals, Colonial Art

Weeks 24-25 (February 25-March 8)
The South Pacific, Australasia, Fossils, Principles of Art

Weeks 26-27 (March 18-29)
British India, India, Chemical Reactions, Classical Music

Weeks 28-29 (April 1-12)
Boston Tea Party, Japan, More Reactions, Folk Music

Weeks 30-31 (April 15-25)
Founding Fathers, Iran, Compounds, Rococo

Weeks 32-33 (April 29-May 10)
1776, Samoa & Tonga, Oxidation & Reduction, Crafts I

Weeks 34-35 (May 13-24)
American Revolution, South Africa, Acids & Bases, Crafts II

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