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Free Planets Unit Study for Homeschoolers: STEAM Education
This unit study will help your child learn about the eight planets, understand the concept of gravity and the planets’ orbit around the sun. Packed with hands-on activities, these lesson plans are designed to keep children engaged throughout the study.
Plan Ahead for Your Christmas Literature Unit
This movie is based on the real-life story of how Charles Dickens was inspired to create the characters and pen the classic, “A Christmas Carol.” I couldn’t help but think of what an awesome unit study this would make!
Ocean Animals Unit Study Resources
These ocean animal resources will enhance your current studies or you can use these to create your theme unit! There are over 70 resources you can use!
Christmas Around the World Unit Study
This unit study is not only fun but it’s really easy for moms and dads to teach, with very little prep work on your part. This unit study takes your child on a journey around the world to discover different Christmas traditions. You get the information you need to study each county, notebooking pages and more!
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Free Thanksgiving Unit Study Guide
This free Thanksgiving Unit Study guide contains some of the best resources for putting together your own theme unit to use in your homeschool. Ok, not just “some.” There’s actually nearly 100 resources … and they are all FREE!
Let’s Learn About Canada Theme Unit for Homeschoolers
This is an exciting and powerful learning tool for your child. We’ve included a variety of materials so you can customizethis unit towards the reading and ability level of your child. For olderstudents, be sure to have them explore the links included for additional reading!
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Now Available: From The Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler Theme Unit
When homeschooling multiple grade levels, theme units can be a real life saver. Even if you’re not homeschooling more than one child at a time, theme units are a really fun to use! Rather than students learning subjects individually, they learn about math, science, art, history and, of course, language arts, based on a…
Summertime Botany Unit Study
A guest post by Jessica Hulcy. On the first day of class, my Botany professor at the University of Texas held up a tomato and informed the class, “Every time you eat a tomato, remember you are eating a ripe ovary.” Ugh! That was information I could have done without! But admittedly, I was intrigued…
Ice Cream: A Unit Study By Alicia Z. Klepeis
Chocolate chip, rocky road, cookies and cream . . . does the thought of ice cream make your mouth water? If the weather is warm, a trip to the ice cream parlor might inspire homeschoolers to abandon their work for a bit to enjoy a tasty treat. What if you learned some easy techniques to…