The First Moon Landing

Explosions, ear-splitting roars, and death-defying speeds. Rockets and boys have a lot in common. As we begin our study of the first moon landing, I am chuckling about the resemblance between the two!

In this post, I will focus on the historical aspect of the first moon landing. Obviously, this topic stretches across both history and science. So, it is a two-for-one day!

If you are a Classical Conversations friend, then these resources goes along with the history sentence for Cycle 3, week 21.

The books:

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The audio:

The video:

Interesting Information:

Just for fun

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2 Responses to The First Moon Landing

  1. Pamela March 16, 2012 at 8:24 pm #

    Love your links for Week 21! Thanks for sharing!
    Love, Your friend, who likes tea.

    • admin March 17, 2012 at 10:23 pm #

      My favorite Friend-who-drinks-tea!!! Thanks! Glad you liked them!

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