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Free Unit Studies

 

Free Unit StudiesWe love unit studies around here and over the years I have put together lots of different studies for my kids.  I’ve compiled them all into one big list.  Some of them have taken us an entire school year to finish and some have taken 3-4 weeks.  We usually have several going at once.

These studies aren’t intended to incorporate lots of different subjects, but are designed to cover one topic in depth without the limitations that come with needing to cover all of the subjects in one topic.  So if we study a country we explore it in a way that help my kids connect with the subject.  I don’t concern myself with my child needing to show understanding through writing about the topic.  We learn and discover together and discuss as we go.

Geography

Countries

Arctic

China

India

Iran

Morocco

North America

Scotland

South Africa

Sri Lanka

Sudan

Tanzania

Ukraine

West Africa

Central and South America studies

Religions

Buddhism

Hinduism

Islam

Judaism

Introduction to World Cultures

Seasons and Holidays

World Poverty

History

Creation

Prehistory

Ancient Mesopotamia

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Hittities

Ancient Babylon

Ancient Greece

Ancient China

Ancient Rome and Early Christianity

Celts

Middle Ages (Documentary-based)

Early Modern History (Documentary-based)

Native Americans

Documentary-based Modern History Study

Science

Botany

Food Chains, Biomes, and Ecology

Human Body

Insects

Magic School Bus

Mammals and Classification

Microbiology

Mollusks

Ocean

Sponges

Earth Science using Tarbuck Earth Science as a spine

CPO Physical, Earth, and Space Science (expanded with supplements)

Bible

Creation

Evidence for Christianity

Fruit of the Spirit

Science and the Bible

Types and Shadows of the Old Covenant

Fine Arts

Classical and Modern Music Appreciation

Art Appreciation

Health

Health and Safety

Nutrition and Fitness

English

Word Play:  Fun with English

10 Comments:

  1. What ages are these unite studies geared to? I have a 1st grader and a 8 grader…big space between them!

    • Eclectic Homeschooling

      I’ve used some of them as early as age 4 and some of them up through 9th grade. Most of the unit studies will mention the grades of my children when they did the study.

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  4. I’m thinking about doing a one-week unit on exploration, probably zeroing in on the golden age of exploration and the explorers during that time period. If you have any great games/activities/books to suggest I’d love to see it! Your Middle Ages documentaries list is wonderful. My girls are 8 and 10 and advanced for their age, but not more than a grade or two.

  5. I am finding your experiences so incredibly helpful as we finish our 2nd year of HSing. My 7 year old said he wants to learn about chemicals. I’m going to start looking into piecing a unit study together. Off the top of your head, do you know of any great resources I can access?

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