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There's also a book by Valerie Bendt I think it is. How to write a unit study or something like that.
~Heather, wife to Jamie (15 years; June 5, 1998) and mom to
Ani - 14 (February 15, 2000), Cameron - 12 (October 3, 2001),
Fritz - 7 (July 11, 2006), and Adrian - 5 (June 19, 2008) Smaller on the Outside
I also am interested in starting to do unit studies next school year. I have just the two girls (ages 7 and 5) who are technically doing "school", the other 3 are way to little yet. But we'll have a family of 6 kids next year and the thought of all of them doing seperate cirricullums one day makes me very scared!!! We would like to start making it easier on everyone to school and unit studies seem the best way to go, in less anyone has any other suggestions for me. Does anyone know of good unit studies program that can incorporate different age spans and is reasonably priced and is also easy to use without a lot of prep time? I know I could be asking for the impossible, but it's worth a shot right! Thanks for any suggestions.
Homeschooling Mommy to
DD 7 years old
DD 5 years old
DS 2 years old
DD 17 months
DS 6 months
Expecting #6 May 13th