Prepared Unit Studies

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Prepared Unit StudiesUnit studies come in all shapes and sizes and are easily customized. If you are looking for a starting point, consider one of these favorites:

  • Beautiful Feet Books
    “Beautiful Feet Books is committed to integrating the best works of children’s literature into every aspect of the educational curriculum by publishing noted authors and by providing study guides that enable parents and teachers to incorporate those works easily into a comprehensive curriculum.”
  • Blessed is the Man
    “Blessed Is The Man is a unit study format curriculum for Jr. High and High School aged young men, based on Psalm One. It covers all typical subjects for a complete high school education, including basic life skills, a variety of business & vocational skills, introductions to many different careers and their requirements, as well as including many suggestions for expanding into specialized areas of interest. The curriculum also includes a great deal of business and vocational training to prepare the student for the world of work without further formal education. In addition to the academics, Blessed Is The Man is designed to train young men to fulfill their roles as future leaders in their family, church and community life, with an emphasis on growth in Christian character and the development of godly priorities.”  Free 82-page preview available.
  • Cadron Creek Christian Curriculum
    “Each of Cadron Creek’s core literature-based study units make an outstanding foundation for a home school program, but many people find that even just using one subject such as the terrific Bible and character building aspects of the study are well worth the purchase price.”
  • Christian Cottage Unit Studies
    “After teaching and writing units for our CCS families for 15 years, we believe we’ve produced a unit study method that is easy on Mom, and fun for the children. Each volume contains 2-week and one-month units planned to include enough science, history, bible, creative writing, literature and fine arts activities for more than one year. They’re easy to use, and Christian textbooks can be used as resources. Four levels of fun and interesting activities are planned daily for first through twelfth grades.”
  • Far Above Rubies
    “Far Above Rubies is a full unit study curriculum for Jr. High and high school aged young ladies (ages 12-13 through high school) based on Proverbs 31: 10-31, and is designed to cover all subjects for a complete high school education, including many suggestions for expanding into specialized areas of interest. While the author has tried to provide a well-rounded curriculum useful for college preparatory purposes as well as offering a number of business and vocational skills, our primary goal is to help Christian young ladies develop their character and abilities for useful service to the Lord within the family setting.”  Free 78-page preview available.
  • Five in a Row
    “Five in a Row provides students with a unit-study approach to early education based on outstanding children’s literature.”
  • KONOS
    “KONOS is distinct from other curricula in that it features: Godly character trait focus; units with all subjects integrated; hands-on, experiential activities; discovery learning; multi-level, family teaching.”
  • Learning Adventures
    A history-based unit study covering skills and concepts for grades 4 through 8. “If you are interested in trying something new and exciting for your next course of study, and you want to bring some enthusiasm back into learning, you’ve come to the right place!”
  • My Father’s World
    “Recognizes the Bible, God’s truth, to be the foundation of wisdom and education. Utilizes hands-on, unit studies with daily lesson plans that are easy-to-teach. Enables families and multi-age groups to learn together. Many of our programs may be taught to a range of ages simultaneously. Combines the best of Charlotte Mason’s ideas and classical education with a Biblical worldview, an international focus and our own observations of how children learn.”
  • Tapestry of Grace
    “Tapestry of Grace is a homeschool curriculum: a plan of study that helps parents provide a Christian, classical education using a guided unit study approach, with the history of the world as the core organizational theme. From Grades K–12, all students cycle through world history every four years, with all ages studying the same slice of history each week, each at their own learning level. Detailed lesson plans and discussion outlines enable parents to be their children’s primary teachers and mentors and shape their students’ biblical worldviews.”
  • Trisims Curriculum
    “Equipping home school, private school, and charter school students with skills that will prepare them for a lifetime of learning. A Superb Classical Education for Middle School and High School; Student Directed – Mentor, Teacher, or Parent Guided; Teaching Students How to Think, Not Just What to Think! More Than Just History – TRISMS is a Research-Based Curriculum.”
  • The Weaver
    “The Weaver Curriculum is a unique unit-based, Bible-centered homeschool curriculum. For grades PreK-12th, this family-based curriculum uses the same daily Bible theme as a foundation and then creates lessons for each student. Your students are then studying the same main subject the same time with individual lesson assignment geared to each student’s grade level.”
  • Winter Promise
    “Have you ever wished for a curriculum that brings the best of all approaches together? You’ve just found it — literature and activities, family projects, notebooking, student worksheets, and best of all, family memories! WinterPromise pulls together a variety of resources so you can tailor the program to meet the needs of your family members’ individual learning styles. You can count on activities that are exciting for kids and realistic for parents. We’re a great choice if you want a ‘wake up and go’ curriculum that will also build a family culture all your own.”

(Did we miss one? Please let us know!)

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