Seeing the big picture not only helps me to review memory work with my children, but it also assists me in planning for each cycle. I recently finished and uploaded to the Foundations subscription tier of CC Connected these single-page at-a-glance-sheets for all three cycles of the Classical Conversations Foundations program. You can find them under username brandyferrell.
If you’re not in Classical Conversations but are interested in how you can build a firm foundation in your child’s education, you can learn more about the weekly tutorial available for elementary students by reading our post What does a CC Community Day Look like? or by visiting the CC Foundations program overview page on ClassicalConversations.com. [And if you’re looking at this wondering why we would even want to learn any of it, every single thing on these sheets feeds directly – and beautifully – into the Challenge program (Grades 7-12).]
Our homeschool family not only loves the content of Classical Conversations, we also enjoy the friendship, structure, discussion, and accountability that a community provides. It has made a world of difference in our lives!
Note: I am no longer able to include the memory work topics in my free downloads because the list of memory work topics organized by week is now considered copyrighted material. So that CC parents can still use the work I’ve created, I’ve placed these documents on CC Connected. You will need to subscribe to the Foundations tier to access these documents. I’m sorry that I can no longer provide this resource to you here, but my prayer is that what I provide on this website will still be helpful and useful even without the weeks & topics listed. Thank you for reading Half-a-Hundred Acre Wood!