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Classic PBS Castle video by David Macaulay. A fantastic way to demonstrate engineering through history!

middle ages links - Medieval times (also called the Middle Ages) refers to a block of time in history from 500 CE to about 1500 CE - a period of 1000 years.     Wherever you are on the globe - be it Asia, Africa, America, Europe - if you are talking about a piece of history that happened between 500 and 1500 years ago, you are talking about something that happened in medieval times.

middle ages links - Medieval times (also called the Middle Ages) refers to a…

Layers of Society Social Studies - ThingLink

Feudalism- a social system that existed in Europe during the middle ages in which people worked and fought for the nobles who gave them protection and use of land in return

C2, W1 Charlegmane coloring page use while I read Son of Charlegmane

Charlemagne Coloring page CC Cycle week 1 (lots of other French kings and queens to color) Charlemagne to color! :) le plus grand roi fracais de Moyen-Age)

Story of the World Video Blog - Compilation of videos to match each level of SOTW

Story of the World History Video Links - website with TONS of homeschool / unschool resources

Castles for Kids, nice basic information to tie in with European art lesson on castles.

Castles for Kids, nice basic information to tie in with European art lesson on…

A Brief History of Charlemagne for Young Children

A Brief History of Charlemagne for Young Children

Charlemagne built an empire and helped to restore church-based education. He also revived traditions of Roman imperial government. In this video Charlemagne's life is discussed in depth, such as how he declared war on the Lombard Kingdom.

Classical Conversations Cycle 2 Booklist; there is some overlap with SOTW

Classical Conversations Cycle 2 Booklist

Classical Conversations Cycle 2 Booklist: Includes books for younger kids and links to Sonlight Read Alouds by age/grade

Upon Edward's death, William invaded England and won the throne after the Battle of Hastings in 1066.

10 Things You May Not Know About William the Conqueror According to some genealogists, more than 25 percent of the English population is also distantly related to him, as are countless Americans with British ancestry.

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