We love using Unit Studies here in our homeschool but sometimes life gets the best of me and I just don’t have time to gather the materials and activities together. Instead of beating myself up and feeling bad about it I know I can trust the folks over at UnitStudy.com to have something already made up that I can use for whatever adventure we are leaning towards.
This week they are having some great specials on the Mother’s Day unit studies as well as Father’s Day, and Bugs Bunny Day which I know my kids will be wanting to celebrate. They will also be having a Cinco de Mayo special from May 3-5 so be sure to check out that deal too!
Check out the specials below and then make sure to head over and enter into the giveaway! Good Luck!
The package includes the following two unit studies:
“The mother’s heart is the child’s schoolroom.” – Henry Ward Beecher
Mother’s Day is a fun day for children of all ages—from the excitement of making and giving gifts to planning special surprises for Mom. Why not enjoy a week-long Mother’s Day celebration? Really!
- Quest 1: What Is Mother’s Day
- Quest 2: The History of Mother’s Day
- Quest 3: Celebrating Mother’s Day
- Quest 4: Preparations for Mother’s Day
- Quest 5: Goodies for Mother’s Day
Mere, Madre, Moeder, Mother—whatever language you say it in, love abounds. A mother’s nature is to nurture . . .
Use this opportunity to help your children understand more about your special relationship with them, learn a little Mother’s Day history, and help them prepare for a fun celebration in honor of the mothers who enrich their lives, whether that’s their own mother or grandmother or another special woman. It’s worth the extra effort to make Mother’s Day a special adventure—an exciting week that everyone will remember for many years to come!
“Honor your father and your mother,
so that you may live long in the land
the LORD your God is giving you.”
Dads are so important to families, and Father’s Day provides a chance for children to learn more about their dad and recognize all that he does for them.
From some of the fathers in the Bible to the history of Father’s Day, this study is rich with lessons in character, appreciation, and love.
- Quest 1: What Is Father’s Day?
- Quest 2: The History of Father’s Day
- Quest 3: Celebrating Father’s Day
- Quest 4: Preparing for Father’s Day
- Quest 5: Goodies for Father’s Day
Celebrate Dad with this memory-making study!
“If you can dream it, you can do it.” – Walt Disney
Do you have a doodler in the house or a budding artist that loves to create? An obsessed designer of construction blocks? Help bring out their creativity with Crazy Cartoons, and watch their eyes light up as they learn!
- Quest 1: What Is a Cartoon?
- Quest 2: The Story of Cartoons
- Quest 3: Science Secrets of Cartoons
- Quest 4: Cool Things About Cartoons
- Quest 5: Goodies and Gadgets of Cartoons
I just grabbed my copy of the Crazy Cartoons and the Mother’s & Father’s Day Set …
the kids are gonna love these!
Don’t forget to check back during May 3-5 for this special:
Are you ready for an education vacation? Not a vacation from education, but an educational vacation, without ever leaving home!
Which country boasts jungles, volcanoes, and Mayan pyramids?
Studying a country is a great way to discover amazing animals and geographical features with your children. Here are a few of the things that they will explore with this study:
- Quest 1: Where on Earth Is Mexico?
- Quest 2: Some of the Special Places in Mexico
- Quest 3: A Bit of History
- Quest 4: Cool Things to Know About Mexico
- Quest 5: Fun and Games in Mexico
Mariachi bands often bring Mexico to mind, but what are they?
Exciting dances can be incredibly fun, and you may already know some of them.
X marks the place on the map—some you will have heard about . . . others will be new finds!
Iguanas are often green, but how long are they?
Cinco de Mayo is a holiday in Mexico, but do you know why?
Old pyramids remain after the Mayan civilization—no need to go all the way to Egypt!
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