Classical History Morning Time Session


Travel back to Ancient Greece and Rome with Classical History and these done-for-you Charlotte Mason-inspired morning time plans! From elementary through high school, we’ve got you covered with this stunning 6-week study.

Everything is already curated, gathered, and scheduled out for you. All you have to do is print out the pages you want to use, gather your family around and enjoy!

Individual morning time sessions are for personal family use only and cannot be shared among families or a co-op; sharing among families or co-ops is not allowed. Thank you for adhering to our policy.



The following are included in your 6-week morning time session:

  • 6-week Calendar with each subject scheduled on it
  • Prayer and scripture memorization
  • Copywork selections from 1 Corinthians 1:4-9, 1 Corinthians 13:1-8, Ode on a Grecian Urn, A Portion of “Excursion,” Ulysses, and The Lotos-Eaters in primary, elementary, cursive, and a notebook sheet for high school students (and moms)
  • Memory Work: Prayer, scripture memory, and poetry memorization
  • Living Books recommended reading list
  • Artist & Picture Study: Angelica Kauffman
  • Ancient Music Study: Music of Ancient Greece and Rome
  • Poetry Study:Ulysses,and A Portion of “The Lotos-Eaters,” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson,Ode on a Grecian Urn,” by Keats, A Portion of “Excursion,” by Wordsworth, “Song Of Proserpine,” by Percy Shelley, and “Prometheus” by Lord Byron
  • Hymn Study: Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty, with sheet music and listening links
  • Folk Song Study: The Roman Centurion’s Song, with listening links
  • Ancient Greek and Roman Teatime Recipes: Ancient Roman Cake, Greek Honey Cake, Maritozzi, Savillum, Greek Pancakes, and Patina de Piris (Pear Soufflé)
  • Tea Time Readings: Bulfinch’s Mythology: The Age of Fable, The Trojan War,” by Thomas Bulfinch, Bulfinch’s Mythology: The Age of Fable, ”The Iliad,” by Thomas Bulfinch, Tanglewood Tales, “The Golden Fleece,” by Nathaniel Hawthorne, How Rome Was Founded, by James Baldwin, A Book of Myths, “Perseus the Hero,” by Jean Lang, Aesop’s Fables, and “The Peacock and Juno,” by Aesop
  • Geography: Book of Marvels: The Occident, by Richard Halliburton, 3 maps of Ancient Greece and Rome, The Story of Mankind by Hendrik Van Loon, and a study of “Greek and Roman Gods and Goddesses.”
  • Handicraft: Roman Mosaic
  • Art Lesson: Alexander the Great in Charcoal
  • Nature study: Roman Gardens
  • Plutarch: The Conqueror
  • And more!