My All-Time Favorite, Used EVERY Year, Classical Conversations Resources

This is a roundup of all my favorite free online resources for Classical Conversations.  I find that I use them every year!  Some of them are new finds that I’m adding to my collection.  I’m posting them here for you to enjoy browsing as well!

 

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Last updated: Dec. 12, 2016

Best Websites for Classical Conversations

Half a Hundred Acre Wood – top notch!  This lady is awesome.  No, really, she is.  And for each cycle, she has the perfect printable planners.  Be sure to follow her.  She also has some handy “Cycle at a Glance” sheets – perfect!

I love browsing this link up, Trivium Tuesdays – I almost always find something useful.

I am always inspired by Sola Gratia Mom.  She does everything in a BIG way!

CC Math Helps

These skip counting pages from Homeschool Creations have been so great, I put them in a sheet protector and we used them once a week for the past couple of years, until just recently where we’ve now moved to memorizing multiplication facts.

The Math Is Fun website offers multiplication “Test your Tables” quizzes.

Xtra Math is also a fun way to master multiplication facts.

Geography Helps

Seterra Software is a free map quiz game that makes mastery of geography a breeze.

Sheppard Software geography games have really helped my daughter to learn her geography memory work.

Memory Work Helps

This motivational Memory Work chart is super!  I’m sure it will be a repeat for years to come.

Wisdom and Righteousness’ memory work lapbooks are super

Timeline Helps

This Timeline Notebooking Journal contains 132 pages of printable pages that go along very well with our Timeline Memory Work.

These are handy too: Printable Timeline figures from ancient to modern times.

 

Do you know of any Classical Conversations supplemental resources that I didn’t list?  Please share them with me!  I’m always searching for new things!  Since we couldn’t afford to join a co-op this year, we’re winging it at home, and I love anything that helps our memory work to “stick” in fun ways!

 

 

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