Thursday, December 5, 2013

Mystery of History Lessons 43-45

Lesson 43 The city of Rome

We set off to build an aqueduct.  I used 2 paper towel holders and the top part of a pizza box.  For Some reason I didn't get a picture of it cut up, hopefully you can get it from the picture below.  The sides came from the pizza box.  I 1/4 of one of the paper towel holders away.

Then I used my hot glue gun to glue it all together. 

I asked Conner first if water can get to the other side of a flat plate without help.  So, he tried it out and couldn't get it to work.  Then we tried the aqueduct and it worked!!

Lesson 44 Isaiah and Micah

He became the potter to his piece of clay!!

Lesson 45 Israel Falls to Assyria

100 legos.



  1. Hi, this is very cool and great project for World History studies. Thanks for sharing.

    Mary-andering Creatively

    Mary-andering Among the Pages

  2. What fun! We LOVE MOH! Our 8th grader is enjoying it this year and her two younger brothers are having fun with it as well :) Thank you so much for linking up at The Homeschool Mother's Journal over at So You Call Yourself a Homeschooler?

    Many blessings!

  3. Love the hands on you are doing with MOH! And I love your aqueduct! and that it works!
    {Visiting from The HMJ!} :)

  4. If I ever homeschool, I'm coming here! Thanks for linking up with the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party. I have pinned your post to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Board!

  5. I LOVE your aqueduct!! I pinned it to my history board and will be sharing it on social media this weekend =)

    Thanks for linking up to TGIF! Have a great weekend,
    Beth =)

    1. Thank you for sharing!! He enjoyed this lesson tremendously!

  6. What great lessons!! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!!