Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Virtual Refrigerator - American History Timeline

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Welcome to the Virtual Refrigerator art link-up! Thank you for joining us as we share what we're creating in our homeschools. We cordially invite you to add your link sharing artwork that's on your Virtual Refrigerator and then hop over to the other blogs and admire what's on their Fridges too! The Virtual Fridge link-up is open all month.

So last week I shared the start Kennady had made on a timeline for her US History class at co-op. She submitted it on Thursday, so here is the finished project!

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American History Timeline, page 1, by Kat, April 2019

American History Timeline on the Virtual Refrigerator  - share your art posts on our Virtual Refrigerator - an art link-up hosted by Homeschool Coffee Break @ kympossibleblog.blogspot.com
American History Timeline, part 2, by Kat, April 2019

I wanted to focus on a couple of the little drawings that went with it too. I especially love the First Man on the Moon, which is reminiscent of the Dreamworks logo.

American History Timeline on the Virtual Refrigerator  - share your art posts on our Virtual Refrigerator - an art link-up hosted by Homeschool Coffee Break @ kympossibleblog.blogspot.com
American History Timeline detail by Kat, April 2019


American History Timeline on the Virtual Refrigerator  - share your art posts on our Virtual Refrigerator - an art link-up hosted by Homeschool Coffee Break @ kympossibleblog.blogspot.com
American History Timeline detail by Kat, April 2019

American History Timeline on the Virtual Refrigerator  - share your art posts on our Virtual Refrigerator - an art link-up hosted by Homeschool Coffee Break @ kympossibleblog.blogspot.com
American History Timeline detail by Kat, April 2019

It's time for me to hand over the reins of this art link-up and transition to being just a participant. Please say hello to the new co-hosts:  Jennifer at A "Peace" of Mind and Kristin at A Mom's Quest to Teach. I'm looking forward to seeing what they'll do with the Virtual Fridge! Our current link-up is open through the end of May, so I will have an anchor post here each Wednesday until the end of the month, although I probably won't have new art to share each week.

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1 comments:

Kristen of A Mom's Quest to Teach said...

I love using illustrated timelines to teach history. When I was teaching high school, my AP US II class made a huge one for our classroom wall.

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