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{Classical Conversations} Cycle 2 | Week 9

This is the year of simplification and getting back to basics. We are making a more concerted effort to incorporate memory work review into our day and relying on great books. You can read about our routine by clicking here and detailed curriculum choices here.

Below you will find booklists for the week and this is a link to a OneNote notebook with all of the weekly lesson plans thus far. The cool thing about using OneNote is that it will update dynamically as I add stuff and make changes. For you visual folks, it will give you a snapshot of the entire week including a materials shopping list.


  • If you do not have a Microsoft account, you can use the following to sign in
    to the notebook
    Email: CCPlans@outlook.com
    Password: WeeklyPlans (Case Sensitive)
    **If you’re having problem with the group log-in, just create a free live account for yourself.**
  • These activities are designed for my children who are ages 6 to 15.
  • Our CC day is Monday so my columns are labelled accordingly. You will need to adjust as necessary for your schedule.
  • A CC Connected membership is required for many of the resources.
  • Activities marked with a “+” are for older children and/or Essentials students.
  • Each child is keeping a notebook that is preloaded with many resources and will collect their paperwork through the year.
  • For extra review, we find songs on CC Connected for every piece of memory work and play them while we drive around.
  • For extra resources, follow me on Pinterest.
  • I also have a downloadable Excel planner here.


  1. GeriOctober 21, 2013

    Hi Melissa,
    Has One Note changed. I had previously been able to get on to check out your plans but now its “Sky Live” and it’s asking for email and a code. Won’t allow me the email you provided. Thanks for all you do!

    1. MelissaOctober 21, 2013

      Geri, Microsoft’s anti-spam algorithm has caught on to us it seems. The easiest solution is to register for your own Microsoft Live account to sign in. I was hoping you all wouldn’t have to do that necessarily but it seems that’s become inevitable. On the plus side, it’s free and you can use any existing email to register. Let me know if you still have questions or trouble accessing the plans.

  2. cc memberOctober 18, 2013

    is this use of OneNote a violation of copyright?

    1. MelissaOctober 18, 2013

      Not that I am aware of. If you have insight on this, please share it.

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