Ann Fights for Freedom Literature Unit
If you love to use literature as the basis of your homeschool curriculum, and you're looking for cross-curricula learning and activities to go with great kids' books, these Literature Unit Study/Notebooking Sets were created for your homeschool!
Inside the unit study, you'll find a detailed schedule that tells you what activities to complete each day. All the activities are thoroughly explained. And there are books and materials list at the beginning of the unit to help you know exactly what you will need to complete the activities as you work through the unit. All of this means that this is a low-stress, simple way to learn through literature.
This is a 46-page unit study. It includes subject area activities for:
- Language arts
- History/social studies
In addition, all of my literature unit studies include:
- Ideas for use
- Vocabulary words
- Discussion questions
- Materials list
- Weekly schedule
- Notebooking pages for subject area activities
This unit study is designed for grades 2-6 but can definitely be adapted for older or younger kids.
Using the unit study is easy for you. Just print the notebooking pages that you need for each student. And print one copy of the schedule and activity instructions for yourself. Give each student a three-ring binder, and they can create a notebook as they go through the activities in the study to demonstrate what they've learned. Use my literature unit studies all year long and organize each study in one large binder.
What do other homeschooling mamas say?
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ If you want to extend the learning beyond one of your favorite books, this study is an excellent place to start! It's a thorough unit study with a great literature connection. The lessons and schedule are well laid-out and make things easy on homeschool moms to enrich the reading experience. Sara@EmbracingDestinyblog.com
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