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Learn together as a family, dig in deep, and spur individual interests. Our own units inspire investigation, develop research skills, and encourage independent learning.

Free State Unit StudiesOur own free state unit studies, each with background information, map labeling suggestions, general state information, state facts, recipes, book suggestions, unit study and lesson plan ideas, notebooking helps and printables, and loads of other resources.

 

Holiday Helps {Free Holiday Unit Studies}Whether you are looking for holiday links and guides, ideas for holiday units, or just fun-filled activities to spice up your holidays — we hope you’ll enjoy these Holiday Helps!

 

 

Free History Studies: Stories of Great AmericansUsing the text Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans by Edward Eggleston, 33 weeks worth of lessons covering famous American explorers, inventors, scientists, and statesmen through short biographies. Wonderful introduction to history for the early reader!

 

Free Nature Studies: Our Wonderful World32 weeks worth of lessons covering backyard neighbors, feathered friends, garden life, four-footed comrades, and the earth and its neighbors. Uses the text Our Wonderful World by Emery Lewis Howe.

 

Free Science Studies: Great Inventors & Their InventionsBy spending two weeks on each inventor, you’ll have 32 science lessons based on Great Inventors & Their Inventions by Frank P. Bachman, a well-known public domain work that introduces readers co to the inventors and inventions that have shaped our lives today.

 

Free Music Studies: Child's Own Book of Great MusiciansThe Child’s Own Book of Great Musicians series by Thomas Tapper is a wonderful introduction to the great composers. With the introduction, you’ll have 13 weeks of lessons — enough to cover one semester with wiggle room for holidays and other activities.

 

Units by Event/DateIf you are looking for an idea for a specific day of the year, here are our units arranged by date.  You can also view our units by most recently added, in chronological order and by subject.