Thursday, December 12, 2013

Mystery of History Lessons 46-51

Lesson 46 Hosea

Our half baked cake!

Lesson 47 Hezekiah and Sennacherib

King Hezekiah helped his people turn away from their pagan idols and return to God.  He cleaned out the country then from those idols.  For this lesson, I gave him a bar of homemade soap and had him cut a cross out of it.  First, he made an outline of it.  Then, he used a wooden clay tool to cut away the extra soap.

Lesson 48 Ancient Native Americans

Making some animal Indian mounds.

Lesson 49 The Rise of Athens and Sparta

I had him roll out some self hardening clay and we cut it into the shape of a Greek vase.

Then, he painted it!

Lesson 50 Manasseh

Today, we prayed for the leadership of our country.

Lesson 51 The Powers of Mesopotamia

We made a catapult using popsicle sticks, bread ties, yarn, and a bottle cap.

We then catapulted some legos!



  1. Such awesome crafts to go with the lesson. I am loving the greek vase!

    Thanks so much for sharing with us a the #homeschoollinkup!

  2. We studied the Greeks, Romans and Mesopotamia last year. The kids loved making catapults. I like the way your Greek pots turned out. Here's a link to the projects we did.

  3. Love following along with your MOH projects!

  4. I LOVE Mystery of History. Two of my kids are in high school and we still love it! Thanks for linking this to Think Tank Thursday. I hope to see you again today.