Rounding up 50 Free History Unit Studies, I wanted to start May off with a bang for planning to homeschool during the summer or for next year. The truth of it is that I am feeling antsy because my furniture and house items have been selling quickly. The final step will be putting our house up for sale.
Maybe we do things backwards, because I won’t put the house up for sale until we have sold just about everything. I just don’t like the stress of downsizing after we sell it. You know how particular I am now about the Mr’s health. I have a few more big items to sale. So we are very close to the final step.
You know history is my first luv, okay maybe planners, well maybe organization or new homeschoolers.
I have a fixation on all of the above, but today like I mentioned I am sharing 50 Free Unit Studies. Maybe you will find one or two ideas that will spark an interest for you or that you can use this summer or when planning for next year.
Too, unit studies are not anything unless they have hands-on projects. I am sharing my favorite series of books that make teaching and learning about history a passion.
Where possible, I tried to list unit studies that listed a few more teaching ideas, hands-on projects or maybe just had an idea or two to spark your creative juices.
I hope a topic or two ignites an itch for you. I think we will keep on plodding along in our school since I don’t know when exactly we will have to stop for the move. I am so excited that our moving date is inching closer each day.
Hands-On Ideas for History Projects You’ll Luv
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