So excited to be exploring Canadian History, Geography and Art together again with our Classical Conversations Community. When I was Directing Cycle 3 I developed some art lessons to go along with the Canada theme. They are listed below. It is my sincere hope they are a blessing to you.
Friday May 3 – 7:00pm at Christian Book and Music
Please RSVP to Nadine Kong at email@example.com for further details or click here. Space is limited.
The Classic Learning Test is challenging the SAT and ACT in the the USA, says the Wall Street Journal. This is great news for home learners and Classical Students! See the full Wall Street Journal article here!
Written by a first year Classical Conversations Victoria mother:
“Cool little story I wanted to share.
I was at the park today with my 5 year old and I was reading him the history of the park engraved on a rock there. He recognized the date 1859 and excitedly reminded me of his memory work and was able to relate that date with the age of Imperialism, British rule of India, and Queen Victoria!
This little moment really encouraged me that he will be able to relate more and more things in his own life & community to the bigger picture of history as he grows and learns! And that teaching a world history timeline to a 5 year old isn’t pointless. Go CC!”
For an out of this world writing contest!
Write an out-of-this-world space-themed story for children aged 3 to 8.
All stories must be original and must not have been previously published. Stories can be written by one author or a team of authors, at home or in the classroom. Each author or team is allowed one entry.
Here are some key words to inspire you: space, planets, astronauts, International Space Station, rockets, Moon, Sun, stars, galaxies, solar system.
The period for submitting a story is from to . All stories must be received by the Canadian Space Agency, on its website, no later than .
The contest is open to all Canadians aged 9 and up.
The contest is divided into three (3) age categories.
- 9 to 12 years old;
- 13 to 15 years old;
- 16 years old and over.
Approval of parents or legal guardian is required for all participants under the age of majority (18 years old in Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec and Saskatchewan; and 19 years old in British Columbia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, and Yukon).