Classical Conversations Cycle 1 & 2 Giveaway
It’s finally here. Yeah!! You’ve all been very patient waiting for our Classical Conversations Montessori Bundle for Cycle 2 – and it’s finally available. We were hoping to add a few more new materials for some of the later weeks however it’s not easy or always possible to create Montessori style materials using the concepts taught in each week of the cycle.
We know you’re all preparing for September, so we didn’t want to wait any longer to release the Bundle. As with the Bundle for Cycle 1, you can purchase the files individually if you don’t require all the files in the bundle. However, by purchasing the Bundle for Cycle 2, you are saving 21%.
You can view all the files related to Cycle 1 and Cycle 2 – and purchase only the ones you require. This is helpful for children who may require more hands-on materials for certain concepts and not for others.
This is the listing of the materials included in the Cycle 2 Bundle:
A pdf file of the lists included in each Classical Conversations Montessori Bundles can be downloaded from this page.
More photos from our Classical Conversations Montessori Bundle Cycle 2:
Forms of energy, types of pollution, the water cycle, states of matter, and Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion:
Astronomy cards, solar system cards and book, phases of the moon, parts of the sun, and US space missions.
From 08/19/2013 to 08/26/2013 you can save an extra $5.00 OFF the Cycle 2 Bundle by using this Coupon Code (click the link and it will automatically apply the discount to your shopping cart). Enjoy!
Go on over to Montessori MOMents – they’re hosting a Giveaway!
And be sure to follow her blog all this week as she’ll be showing how she uses Montessori and Classical Conversations together to enhance her homeschool adventures.
Many families find that their homeschooling journey changes course as their children move from the Primary Montessori (ages 2½ to 6 years) into the lower Elementary Montessori (ages 6-9 years). It can be challenging for homeschooling families to find enough information and support for their Elementary Montessori journey, so they often decide to use a combination
of educational approaches.
One of the approaches and curriculum that some families turn to is Classical Conversations* Some families find it helpful to combine the memorization approach of
Classical Conversations and the hands on approach of Montessori.
The first curriculum in Classical Conversations is called… Read the Full Article