Cuneiform

We are now into the Sumerians and their neighbors.  Tomorrow, while I read a library book on the Early Mesopotamians aloud to my scholars, I'll employ them with making playdough cuneiform tablets. 

 

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3 thoughts on “Cuneiform

  1. I am really enjoying reading about your family’s historical adventures. It looks very similar to what we want to do when our kids are old enough. Actually we’re starting our four-year rotation right now, when our oldest is 2, so that *we* can have gone through it all when they’re ready to start. 🙂

  2. I love those timeline figures! I’ve enlarged them a bit for notebooking, but it never even occurred to me to blow them up to full page size! My little ones would love them that way- like a coloring book page! I’m going to start doing that!
    ali

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