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I Saw Three Ships Literature-Based Christmas Unit

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Celebrate Christmas with this literature-based unit study. This study is based on the book I Saw Three Ships, a story that goes along with the traditional Christmas song of the same name. Throughout the unit study, you'll learn about topics in language arts, history and geography, STEM, and fine arts. Your students can also create a notebook to showcase what they've learned as they work through the study.

This is a four-week study. Inside this literature unit, you'll find a detailed weekly schedule that lets you know just what activities to do each day. Many of these activities are hands-on and will keep students engaged as they are reading and learning. In addition to the schedule that is included, all the books and materials you need are clearly listed, making this a unit plan that is easy to pick up and use right away.

This literature unit is centered on the book I Saw Three Ships. This is a sweet story about little Polly Flowerdew and her aunts. It's a classic story that has little Polly leaving her window open on Christmas Eve, waiting for someone she's sure is coming. And just as Polly expects, she sees three ships on Christmas morning, and their house is visited by one of the three wise men. This is a charming story, full of Christmas magic, and perfect as a family read aloud. Your family will be caught up in the sweet story, and you'll love the easy-to-use, flexible unit study to accompany the book.

This digital, 57-page unit study includes:
  • Subject area activities for language arts, history/social studies/geography, STEM, and fine arts
  • Detailed weekly schedule
  • Vocabulary words
  • Discussion questions
  • Supplementary booklist and materials list
  • Notebooking pages that correspond to activities

The literature unit is designed to be used for grades 2-6, but it is flexible, and you could easily include older and younger family members. This is a book that can easily become one of your family's holiday favorites.

Using the unit study is simple. Print the schedule and informational pages for yourself. Then print as many notebooking pages as you need for each member of the family. You can purchase a three-ring binder and use it to hold all the notebooking pages for each of my literature units. I like to divide up the large binder into sections, and at the end of the school year, I have a complete record of the unit studies we've done all year!

Here's what other homeschooling moms say:

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Extremely satisfied

Amazing resource! My students were very engaged in the activities. (Kristie Taylor)


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