As I was previewing read-aloud for a unit study featuring Helen Keller, I fell in love with Song for a Whale by Lynne Kelly. As I continued to dream and plan, the book ended up taking center stage as my unit study morphed in front of my eyes. We thoroughly enjoyed this unit as we explored sound and how it works, the wonder of whales, and even the great ship Titanic.
I recently purchased a theme-based unit from Winter Promise. I haven’t found many reviews or walk-throughs for this homeschool curriculum company, but when I got my PDFs, I knew I had to show you what it was all about. They include more resources than you could possibly use, and everything is so thorough and easyContinue reading “A Look Inside Winter Promise Theme Based Homeschool Curriculum | Video Tour”
These are just a few of the many amazing books available on the middle ages that we used for our unit study. From picture books to encyclopedias there’s something for all ages on this list.
Police and Firefighters and EMTs, oh my! This emergency workers unit study was one my kids begged for for a very long time, and we finally did it.Before I jump into the plans and resources, here’s a quick look at a random day in our homeschool during this unit study . . .
vocabulary, like so many other things, sticks best when we use it in context, when we play with it, and when we have conversations about it. That’s why I created these Word of the Week worksheets for our homeschool.