Here are the lesson plans for The Book of the Ancient Greeks. This has been a bit of a learning experience for me, and I know that I still have a great deal more to learn. I have had a proof copy sent to me and it should be arriving soon. As soon as I see the layout of the pages, I should have a better idea of whether I have formatted the pages correctly or not. I will also test out the printable forms in the appendix to see that they copy well. If they do not, I will then create a smaller, separate and free PDF file that purchasers of the curriculum can simply print out as they need. If anyone here prefers this idea already, please let me know and I'll create the file regardless of how well the forms can be copied. The good news is that I can edit and upload new and improved versions as I need without too much additional trouble.
Naturally, I've been very inspired to keep working on my much larger and much more ambitious goal of creating an entire K-12 curriculum. On a slightly smaller scale, I'm envisioning lesson plans for all of the books by Dorothy Mills, reformatted and edited primary source books, separate printable appendices with forms needed, art packages and more.
I'm currently just beginning to write out the notes for The Middle Ages and I'll continue with my other projects. I'm hoping to start The Book of the Ancient Romans and Year One Complete next for publishing. If you have any particular requests from the list of work that I've already completed, please let me know. I would like to try and publish these in an order that works for those who are using this curriculum or who would like to start using this curriculum.