In All You Do is offering a Free Christmas Tree and Saint Nicholas Unit Study. She features free printables for grades PreK-5th.
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Enjoy Christmas abroad this season and download a free Christmas Around the World Unit Study and Lapbook Printables at Homeschool Share. The unit study will take your students to 10 different countries. Click here for more Christmas freebies and deals!
April is National Poetry Month! The idea and creation came about in 1996 by the Academy of American Poets. By taking a whole month aside to study a subject, you can REALLY get into it! Build a whole unit this month based on poetry resources and explore the beautiful world of poetry. We have compiled […]
These 12 FREE Lessons About Christmas Traditions in Great Britain will provide a great resource to learn all about the holidays from a different perspective. Christmas Isn’t Christmas without a little Shakespeare & Dickens! Christmas in Great Britain is all about tradition. From the songs and dances to the decorations, and of course the food. […]
One of our most beloved holiday pastimes in recent decades is snuggling up together to watch Christmas movies. Gather your family this season and check off the must-see family Christmas movies on this list. NOTE: There are a couple of movies I definitely will NOT show my kids. Please use discretion. I just wanted to […]
Can you imagine how cold and bleak winter must have been in Medieval England? This Christmas in Shakespeare’s Medieval England – FREE Sample Lesson will help. It’s no wonder peasants and royals alike packed the winter months with celebrations and feasts. Shakespeare’s play, Twelfth Night, gives a peek into the traditions and food of the medieval […]
Christmas is a great time to learn about different cultures around the world. This Christmas in Dickens’ Victorian England – Free Sample Lesson can help. It’s also a great time to learn about a different era in history in culture your family may be familiar with. Victorian England is rich in history, literature, and art. […]