For the first couple of years that we homeschooled, we used unit studies exclusively. While we’ve moved to a more eclectic style and don’t use unit studies, per se, I still approach much of our schooling from a unit study mindset.
*Perfect for multi-level teaching
*Encompassing of most typical “school subjects”
*Gathering your resources
*Determining your activities
*Scheduling the unit
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Thanks for the tips! It is a very helpful post.
Wow, great post! Unit studies don’t seem quite so intimidating to me, now. I suppose we are doing unit studies in a way, we use Catholic Heritage Curricula, but the thought of planning my own has been a little scary. I’m looking forward to part two!
I LOVE unit studies and this was a great post….very helpful!!
Wayne from Jeremiah Films says
I’ve linked to your post, which I believe is very helpful to people, from Jeremiah Films’ Homeschooling study ideas
I’m glad you all found the post helpful. We’ve always really enjoyed unit studies and still approach learning from that mindset.
And, Wayne, thanks so much for linking to the post from your website! I hope your readers find the tips helpful, as well.