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Lesson Plans

Whether you're a school-at-home type or a devout unschooler, the lesson plans, unit studies, worksheets and study guides we've included here will inspire you and your children to delve deeper into learning. This section is packed full of creative lesson plans, that we hope will inspire your child to devour more literature, expand his or her vocabulary and learn to better express him or herself.

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    • Critical Thinking - Star Wars Yoda's Challengeby Lucas Learning Ltd. Ages: 4 - 19In Yoda's Challenge, the Lucas Learning team set out to create an informal learning environment in which kids could enter the familiar world of Star Wars Episode I and interact with some of their favorite characters.Subjects: science, math, critical thinking, games, learning, challenge

    • A Unit Study on Weatherby Easy Fun School Ages: 8+The weather is something we sometimes take for granted, yet affects us every day of our lives. A good understanding of the weather is necessary. This unit uses an approach to help make the study and understanding of weather fun and enjoyable.Subjects: activities, links, clouds, games, math, science

    • Amanda Bennett's Unit Study Seriesby Amanda Bennett  Ages: 5+Open up the WORLD to your child, Encourage thinking skills as well as imagination, Build a strong tree of knowledge, Help develop lifelong learners, thinkers, wonderers. What are you waiting for?Subjects: unit studies, history, adventure, holidays, animals

    • Courses on Home Schooling, Resources, Unit Studiesby UniversalClass Ages: 6+Each course is uniquely authored and instructed by a devoted expert in the field of Home Schooling. Our online courses are instructor-led and self-paced.Subjects: unit study, resources, homeschooling, math, science

    • Unit Study Basicsby Amanda Bennett Ages: 6+It is defined as an in-depth study of a topic such as geography, science, history, art, etc. It is a complete immersion into the topic so that the student will see things as a "whole" instead of bits and pieces learned throughout their education.Subjects: studies, education, basics, science, art, topics

    • Apple Theme/Unitby Colleen Gallagher Ages: 5 - 10Grab a basket and start picking some ideas for your theme on apples. An apple unit is a great way to start the school year. Here you will find ideas, poems, printables, & other great apple sites.Subjects: apples, harvest, songs, poems, activities, verbs

    • Spider Lesson Plansby The Teachers Guide Ages: 6+This reproducible resource is filled with ready-to-use lessons and cross-curricular activities. Also included are management ideas, creative suggestions for the classroom, and a bibliography.Subjects: Charlotte’s Web, life cycle, spiders, crafts, activities

    • Architect Studio 3Dby Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust Ages: 12+The great American architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed hundreds of houses throughout his long and distinguished career. Each home was uniquely fashioned to meet the needs of its owners and the particular qualities of its location.Subjects: architecture, design, house, interactive, Frank Lloyd Wright, educational

    • Travel Around The World: Notable Architecture Ages: 12+Architecture can be defined as the product and the process of designing, planning, and building form, ambience, and space so that they reflect technical, functional, and aesthetic considerations. Each country in the world has an aspect of its architecture for which it is famous. Architecture is not only a reflection of the engineering skill of a people, but also a view into their culture and ideas. Submitted by Alicia Henderson's Class at Montgomery Charter School.Subjects: resource, architecture, worldwide, contemporary, Renaissance, Dutch, Spanish, ethnic, Caribbean, diverse, history, modern, traditional., cultural, Colonial, types, structures, geographicalLocation: worldwide