I am not apart of Classical Conversations, but know quite a few families that are. My sweet friend is starting her journey as a first year Tutor and needed some extra resources. Since I like to research and find free ideas I set to work to find helpful things to share right here for all Classical Conversation families. Of course I will be using some of these resources with my own family as well.
STOP- before you begin perusing all these wonderful freebies be sure to create a CC Cycle 3 Folder on YOUR PC or Google Drive then an Audiobook Folder, a American History Folder for all the pdf and textbooks and then a 4th folder for projects, Memory Review Games, etc.
Stop number 1 on our journey to free CC Cyle 3 resources is Half-Acre Woods!
Oh, boy! Better grab your external hard-drive, a cup of coffee, and pray your toddler stays down for a nap! You will find tons and tons of free goodies from Half a Hundred Acre Wood.
This website is so filled with ideas, information, reading plans, and free printables you may just have to schedule a couple of days to peruse it! Brandy has organized her CC Cycles by year, subject, and has so much to share it almost scares me! (and it takes a lot to scare me with free resources!)
Stop number 2 is the Ultimate Guide to CC from Melanie at Psycho with 6.
Melanie shares all sorts of resources for all 3 CC Cycles including subject resources, Challenge Resources, and her own pinterest boards.
Stop number 4- PINTEREST! Yikes, a person could very easily get lost and distracted on pinterest. This is why I am finding my favorite 5 places to check out.
Follow Sarah Jackson’s board CC cycle 3 on Pinterest.
Follow Jill Pettis’s board Classical Conversations Cycle 3 on Pinterest.
Follow Andrea’s board Classical Conversations Cycle 3 on Pinterest.
Follow Karen Freeman’s board Classical Conversations – Cycle 3 on Pinterest. Follow Thaleia @ Something2Offer’s board Classical Conversation on Pinterest.
Using Notebooking Pages With Classical Conversations
American Folklore-This folklore site contains retellings of folktales, myths, legends, fairy tales, superstitions, weather-lore, and ghost stories from all over the Americas. I have not personally reviewed all the content on this site so be sure to preview it BEFORE allowing your children the chance to explore it!
24 Books We Are Reading This Summer to Prepare Us for Classical Conversations Cycle 3 from The Joy of Homemaking
Melanie Wilson says
Thaleia, thanks so much for the shout out! I loved putting that list together.
Brooke Shambley says
Thanks for the resources! I knew about some of the sites, but I didn’t know about the Not Consumed website.
Glad you stopped by and found some new useful resource. Let me know how else I can help. I love researching homeschool resources that are free.