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A Ship Full of Ideas: Lesson Plans on the Titanic

On April 14, 1912, the Titanic, touted as the “world’s safest ship,” collided with an iceberg, and sank

Unit Study: The Revolutionary War

This unit study includes a Revolutionary War recap, reading list, activities, writing assignments, and more!

  • Jennifer Steward |
  • January 04, 2013 |
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Unit Study: The Lone Star State

Even if you don’t live in Texas, you can go on your own adventure as you learn about the Lone Star State and its fascinating history.

Teaching State History: An Outline With Projects

Following are some of the ideas and activities that have emerged out of our years of homeschooling.

  • Rusty and Sandy Sieber |
  • October 12, 2012 |
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The Science of Ancient Greece

Archimedes had an incredible ability to discover how to make things happen based on the laws set by God within creation.

  • Melissa Pinkley |
  • September 21, 2012 |
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Unit Study: Sail On

Nautical navigation fills a broad spectrum of techniques and crafts from simple rafts to ocean liners.

Camping: A Complete Unit Study

How can you possibly enjoy sleeping underneath the stars, cooking over a campfire, or hiking along hidden paths without the opportunity to learn while you’re at it? Let’s get started!

Unit Study: Lines of Communication

Alexander Graham Bell opened the lines of communication in a way the world could never have anticipated. His discovery paved the way for the future. Texts, tweets, and the instant messages of today's phones are possible due to Bell's invention of the telephone.

Christmas Math: Combine Learning with Holiday Fun

The weeks leading up to Christmas are the perfect time to put aside math textbooks and dive into some exciting "living" math lessons.

Keepers of the Light: A Unit Study on Lighthouses

It was not a job for the fainthearted, requiring discipline, precision, and repetition. Let's set sail on a journey to learn about lighthouses in history.

Is There a Letter for Me? A Unit Study

Even with the Information Age and the ability to e-mail, text, and instant message, there still is something special about getting something in the mail. Learn more through this unit study.

Stop, Drop, and Roll! A Fire Safety Unit Study

I had ribs simmering on the stove that spring morning. As my sons and I headed to meet my husband for lunch, I thought for sure that I had turned the stove off before leaving our home.

What Is a Unit Study?

I first heard the term "unit study" several years ago, but hadn't seen one until the day a client gave me a study to edit.

  • Gail Kappenman |
  • September 03, 2009 |
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All About Allergies: A Unit Study

You can become a detective yourself and possibly discover allergies by keeping a diary of what you eat or what you are exposed to and the symptoms that result.

Maple Syrup: A Tasty Unit Study

Does cabin fever have you wondering why you ever decided to homeschool in the first place? Presenting a unit study with the potential to bring a multi-age group of learners closer to gain new knowledge of science, history, geography, math, and more.

  • Tara Lynn Osburn |
  • February 09, 2009 |
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Take Flight With Science!

At some time in our lives, we all wish we could “sprout” wings and fly. People have been curious about flight for thousands of years, moving from myth to invention.

  • By Rick and Michelle Eichhorn |
  • January 26, 2009 |
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Baking and Cooking: A Delicious Unit Study, Part II

Each time we mix, saute, baste, broil, fold, steam, and marinate, we learn a little bit more about cooking and baking and all the fun that goes into it. This week, we'll see how your kids can learn history, geography, reading, and writing in the kitchen...

Baking and Cooking: A Delicious Unit Study, Part I

Each time we mix, saute, baste, broil, fold, steam, and marinate, we learn a little bit more about cooking and baking and all the fun that goes into it. Don’t believe me when I say it’s fun? Come along with me on a tasty trip to the kitchen and we’ll see what we learn in the process.

Exercising: A Complete Unit Study That Will Keep You Healthy

Exercising is one of the most important things we can do for our bodies. Whether we get our exercise from shoveling snow, running, playing, climbing stairs, or chasing our brother across the yard, the act of getting our muscles moving, our blood racing, and our heart pumping is necessary for a healthy lifestyle.

The Inuit: A Complete Unit Study

Travel in snow-covered land isn’t always easy. Dogsleds are the fastest and most reliable way to travel over snow. Inuit and many people living in the Arctic Circle still use dogsleds everyday, even when there are snowmobiles and other vehicles available...

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