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Download the images you want and print them all at the same time on the “contact paper” setting on your printer, or whichever one has the 32 images per page on your printer…if you want them to be the same size as my other ones.  OR, just download Egypt timeline figures (has a couple of extra images if you want a sphinx instead of a double crown or just the double crown image without the two example crowns, etc.)   If you want them bigger, download all images to a folder and print on whatever you like.

Unlike my other cut and paste timeline work, the dates for this timeline come from a proprietary resource document available from MODG.  And since the dates are up to interpretation, I figure that our version reflects some level of intellectual work on the part of the school.  Therefore, these images and notes will only make sense if you have that document in your hand.  Look in the back of the 6GRD syllabus or in your resource pages in the online syllabus.

Several of the time periods in the school doc didn’t have a FACE for me to find online, so I grabbed names for you where I could.

1. Menes united upper and lower egypt.  Note the double crown.i100

2.  Pepi II, 6th dynasty, last decent pharoah before the Intermediate period of chaos sets in.

pepi ii

3. Abram leaves Ur.

4. Mentuhotep II, 11th dynasty, first decent pharoah, start of Middle Kingdom, started new building phase




6. Hyksos invade with chariots; Egyptians never seen the before. Defeated.


7. Hittites


8.  thutmose I


9. Hatsheput


10.  Thutmose III


11. Moses


12. Amenhotep IV


13. King Tut


14.  Ramses I


15. Seti I


16. Ramses II


17. Alexander great


18. ptolemy


19. Cleopatra



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Click the images to see full size. Download to a folder and print (if you like) 2 to a page.

Lesson 1
Discovery of Baby Moses by Paul Delaroche

Lesson 9
ILL Lesson 9

Lesson 61
ILL Lesson 61

Lesson 79
ILL Lesson 79

Missing 83

No artist mentioned in book. Couldn’t find, but here’s something similar…
not 83

Missing 98

Same problem here. No artist. Here’s something similar.
not 98

Lesson 111
ILL Lesson 111

Lesson 117
ILL Lesson 117

Lesson 126
ILL Lesson 126

Lesson 137
ILL Lesson 137

Missing 152

Same artist, same title. Can’t find the one with the chickens.
not 152

Missing 162

Same artist, similar title. Can’t find the water jug lady.

not 162

Lesson 176
Return of the Mayflower by Geo. H. Boughton Plymouth

ILL Lesson 176B

ILL Lesson 176C

Lesson 188
ILL Lesson 188

Lesson 202
ILL Lesson 202


Q: Are the read-aloud booklists separate from what is online?


I get questions from non-enrolled families from time to time in my email and this one was especially well asked.  Here is the question and my answer. QUESTION I am writing with a question related to your emails about the MODG booklists. Although I use a different Catholic curriculum, I really like the MODG book […]

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Primary Language Lessons COLOR images


I am missing TWO.  All of the rest have one or more versions from which to choose. Click the images to see full size.  I will be printing them out as 4×6 or 5×7, whatever size the art cards are, and I will keep them in the same folders. Lesson 1 MISSING:  Lesson 11 WIDE […]

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Available on Request: B.O.V. 1GRD, 2GRD Schedules


More fruits of being stuck in bed.  It occurred to me after doing the KGRD schedule that I had ignored the Book of Virtues readings for 1GRD-2GRD when I did those schedules last year.  So, rather than rewrite both, I just made supplements.  My schedules for those years is four days a week, so these […]

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Available on Request: Kindergarten Read Aloud Schedule

By Grade

I’m on bedrest and bored to death, so I made a read-aloud schedule for KGRD fiction.  I got everything in except a few out of print titles and some Christmas stuff I didn’t know where to put.  If you want it, email me ivorysoap76@gmail (dot) com.  I need to know that you are enrolled or have purchased […]

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Available on Request: Booklist Schedules, Calendar


I already posted our family liturgical calendar for the 2014-2015 year, but for those of you who like to stick to the booklists in the syllabi and own all those out-of-print titles, I made another one just for you. Also, I have weekly schedules, worked out for all of the read aloud fiction in the […]

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2014-2015 Liturgical School Planner


The following planner is for the liturgical year 2014-2015.  I find that since the calendar moves around all the time, I can’t figure out what I need when without significant effort.  So, here’s what I’m using this year. Rather than listing every popular book, I just listed the ones that made the cut in our […]

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SUMMER Math Facts, Reading Support, Audio Books

Math Helps

MATH FACTS (20 min/day) The first site that I HEART this summer is ReflexMath.  It tests and customizes to your child and gives him certificates and whatnot for learning his facts.  I can’t say enough about the tracking and adaptive qualities of this product.  It’s usually $35/child/year, but through the Homeschool Buyers Coop, it’s 44% […]

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6GRD MODG Do-Aheads


This is my FIRST year teaching this grade, so take my DO-AHEADS with a grain of salt. I KNOW I’ll forget something. THINGS THAT MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE: Look over the history books. We love listening and following along. If they’re not at your library, consider getting them from Also recommended is God King […]

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