If you have United Streaming there is a video set that is wonderful for Week 6 and Week 7.
Elementary Video Adventures: Times Medieval
This video contains 20 segments.
Long Ago & Far Away (07:40)
Feudal Lords, Knights, Men of Arms, and Peasants: Rules of Chivalry (03:46)
Europe's Noblemen and Religious Leaders Launch the First Crusade in 1095 AD (02:49)
Medieval Era Gives Way to the Renaissance: Diffusion of New Ideas Generates Change (01:05)
Castles Protect Lords and their Peasants from Invaders (02:55)
Castle Defense Systems: Innovative Features Designed to Stop Raiders (02:52)
Daily Castle Life: Entertainment: Food and the Dungeon (03:18)
Castles: Center of Medieval Life: A Haven During War and Peace (01:25)
The Legend of King Arthur (06:20)
Merlin Guides Arthur to Britain's Throne: King Arthur Retrieves the Magic Sword and Saves his Country (01:36)
A Weakened Britain's Search For the Holy Grail (03:04)
Love Between Queen Guinevere and Sir Lancelot: Arthur Slays Mordred and Dies of his Wounds (01:42)
Medieval Manuscripts (05:00)
Scribes and Illuminators Create Expensive Books by Hand (01:54)
Scriptoriums Produce Hand Copied Books: Pen Men Organize into Craftsmen Guilds (02:27)
1453 AD: Moveable Metal Type Arrives: Printing Press Replaces Scribes and Bookmakers (01:31)
Music of the Middle Ages (05:00)
Oral Tradition of Religious Chants: Origins of Musical Notation (03:12)
Polyphonic Gregorian Chants: Innovative Harmonies, and the Renaissance (02:04)
It is for Grades 3-5 but I find that most 3-5 designated videos are perfect for my 2nd grader, even when she was in 1st grade.
I hope this helps someone!