Needing guidance please

Allyk45

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I've been reading through Cathy Duffy's book 101 homeschool curriculum, and after sifting through the beginning info, I've come to the conclusion that Unit Studies may be the best choice for myself, and both of my children (4 & 7). What publishers offer Unit study curriculum that don't require a ton of prep work?
 

Mandy2545

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Hi! I'm still new to homeschooling, but I do have a couple of tips. I have found some great, ready to use, unit studies on teacherspayteachers.com. Some things are free, and if you purchase you get points toward your next purchase. There's also another website called unitstudy.com. I hope this helps! Perhaps some of the other homeschoolers will have some more advice. Good luck!
 

GodsAmiga

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Gather Round Homeschool is a new curriculum that is unit study based. We just began our second unit and are very pleased with it so far. Math isn't included, though, so that's something to take into consideration. 🙂
 

Mae

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Hi there, Check out these resources for many free ideas, covering a broad spectrum of topics. Sign up for their email to regular updates.



https://unitstudy.com/ is quite popular


Use the scope and sequence of 3-4 established curriculum makers to make sure you are covering all bases or use a list such as
http://www.oklahomahomeschool.com/checklist.html .

https://hecoa.com/ has a nice tool box and checklists for members, you can sign up for free.

Or you can use a book like this Learn This by Charles Gulotta to help you out.

Good Luck and enjoy the journey!
 

Allyk45

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Hi there, Check out these resources for many free ideas, covering a broad spectrum of topics. Sign up for their email to regular updates.



https://unitstudy.com/ is quite popular


Use the scope and sequence of 3-4 established curriculum makers to make sure you are covering all bases or use a list such as
http://www.oklahomahomeschool.com/checklist.html .

https://hecoa.com/ has a nice tool box and checklists for members, you can sign up for free.

Or you can use a book like this Learn This by Charles Gulotta to help you out.

Good Luck and enjoy the journey!
Thank you!
 

EightGreatKids

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I love Unit Studies, too, and use them frequently in my homeschool! You'll find lots of free Unit Studies for different topics on Pinterest. Just search for the topic + unit study.
 
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