The 1800’s Week 1: Sacagawea & Claude Monet

In this post:  A short dive into the 1800’s. Here’s week 1 as we study Lewis and Clark, Sacagawea and Claude Monet. 

Hello dear ones! This is a super short post but I didn’t want you to think I was skipping the first week of the 1800’s. We were so laid back this week. I’m thankful to finally be in the 1800’s though. I’m almost caught up on posts.

  • We read about Lewis and Clark and their westward journey in Story of the World Book 3. We also learned about Napoleon, the Haitian revolt, and the rise of factories.
  • Michael read “Who was Sacagawea?” and started reading “Farm Boy”.
  • Michael drew Sacagawea, a grizzly bear, and the White House from his Draw Through History book.
  • Michael read about Claude Monet and then he made a 3D lily pads in a pond picture inspired by Monet.
  • Michael played an interactive Louis and Clark game.

Links after the pic…


Pinterest link for the 1800’s:

God bless & remember the High King lives! ~Amber Dover

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