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If you have followed me here for any length of time here on my blog, you know we are a homeschool family. I don’t often blog about homeschooling as bible studies and devotions are my passion when it comes to writing, but when I come across something that my family just LOVES I must share!
We’ve used several different resources and curriculum over the past nine years of homeschooling. Unit Studies are one of our favorites.
Unit Studies address a themed topic from different angles with the added benefit of being flexible to accommodate different grade levels. Unit Studies afford my family to learn and grow together, yet still at each child’s learning level.
When I came across “Christmas Around the World Unit Study” I immediately looked into it for our family. We have never done a Christmas Unit Study before. And Christmas is my all time favorite holiday!!
I downloaded my copy and showed it to my kids. They loved it and could not wait to get started on it!! Not having to push my kids to do school work is a huge bonus!
In the Christmas Around the World Unit Study, we will get to learn how 30 different countries do Christmas. It is a 6 week, geography based unit study loaded with information; plus it includes website links, printables, reproducible pages, book lists and more. My kids love the coloring and activity pages and I’m especially thrilled with the extra educational resources.
This ultimate guide to Christmas Around the World is your one-stop curriculum for the holidays, containing all of the obvious and not-so-obvious best holiday traditions of people around the world. It is adaptable for K-6th and includes extra learning resources for all subject areas. Reproducible license granted for single family use.
If you are interested in studying the Christmas traditions of other countries, I would highly recommend this unit study. It says it is recommended for grades k-6th, like I mentioned above, but I believe it could be adapted for older students as well.