CTC History Projects

This folder is for sharing photographs of finished projects from any of the HOD guides. Please label pictures with the guide that the project came from, and if you know the unit number you can add that too!
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CTC History Projects

Post by sherylmom » Wed Oct 12, 2011 10:34 am

History projects for CTC.....I am a very visual learner and although the directions to the history projects are very detailed, I often find that it is hard for me to visualize what the project is to look like or even what the first step is. Does anyone else have this problem? Is it possible to see pictures of the projects? I looked at the scrapbooks online, but it hard to decided what is what sometimes and I can't always read the descriptions/captions in the book. We need help! Can anyone direct me to pictures of completed, or even better, step-by-step visual instructions? Thanks so much!!!

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Re: CTC History Projects

Post by Carrie » Fri Oct 14, 2011 12:42 pm

Hello! Welcome to CTC! :D The Weekly Check-in folder is chock full of pictures from all of our guides, including CTC. The ladies share their progress each week and the past folders are full too. So, feel free to look through them and find what you need. :D

You'll likely be able to find a person to follow through the Weekly Check-ins of the past who will be on your same pacing for CTC and see the visuals you desire. Otherwise, you can always ask on the Main Board, and someone will likely point you to a picture, if you can't find one in the Weekly Check-in. :D Here's a link to that folder: viewforum.php?f=14


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Re: CTC History Projects

Post by Mom of Three » Mon Oct 17, 2011 5:33 pm

Thanks for the reminder about these links. Some of these projects are just over my head. Maybe pictures will help!

I keep forgetting to look ahead and buy supplies too. Last week I was supposed to have liquid glue and a sponge, neither of which are things I keep on hand.
I wasn't sure gluesticks would work for the jewel recipe. :D
2 daughters in Beyond Little Hearts and CLE Math

1 daughter in Creation to Christ and Teaching Textbooks Math

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