I’m not the type of person who sits down and plans a unit study all in one go. Oh no, my brain is not that organized. I have ideas that spew all over the place at random intervals and eventually those ideas begin to conform into a cohesive plan. OK, so it’s not that dramatic, and I force myself to have SOME semblance of order (in the form of a google doc planning sheet), but it’s difficult to explain how I plan because it’s very much a creative process for me.
While I might not always do these steps in the order listed, these are the steps I take to plan our homeschool unit studies.
“Brave Schooling” is a term that has come about from resources put out by Julie Bogart, creator of Brave Writer. Brave Writer is a language arts resource for your whole family. It focuses on relationships and building language skills, but offers a compete language arts curriculum. Let’s take a look at all of the Brave Writer programs as if we’re sitting side-by-side in the video below.
You’ve probably heard me talking a lot about our Morning Basket and our Book Basket. What are they? How do we use them in our homeschool? Do you want to use one or both in your own homeschool? How can you adapt them to fit your needs? Let’s dive into all things that use books and baskets.