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Simply Classical 7/8 question

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    Simply Classical 7/8 question

    Cheryl, you may have already posted this, but I am thinking ahead and looking at all the potential read aloud books we have, collected through years of homeschooling our older five biological children. I have a set of books I plan to read aloud at lunch for fun next year during SC 4, and some ideas for read alouds during SC 5 and maybe 6. What is the topic for SC 7/8 for history and books I will read aloud? Will there be levels where we go through history chronologically? Just enjoying thinking ahead on a rainy Saturday morning. Thanks!

    Good morning, Lillian.

    SC 7&8 will likely present ancient Rome as the historical focus and, yes, with the progression through Greece, Rome, and the Middle Ages we will be presenting history somewhat chronologically in these later levels. I do not know if we would attempt an entire world-history chronological overview within a single level, but the MP Timeline Program begun in SC Levels 5 & 6 will serve students with a beautifully visual overview of the chronology of world events and leaders throughout their remaining SC studies.