All unit studies we have currently put together are in alphabetical order below. Don’t see what you are looking for? Put in a request and I’ll see what I can do for you! Happy homeschooling!
Prep Ideas:

  • Visit the websites below and bookmark them.
    • An easy way to store online websites is to create a Homeschool Folder. Within that folder, create a sub-folder titled Unit Studies. If you want to get more technical, create sub-sub-folders by subject (for example, “Ocean Animals” or “Plants”).
  • Visit your public library and notate resources they have that you can check out and use.
    • Also check to see if they have any activities or events that match what you’re studying.
  • Make a list of materials that will be needed for activities (price checking is a great way to ensure you have any funds needed to purchase materials).
    • Keep it frugal by using items found around the home. If you’re looking into purchasing items, go for the reusable supplies!
  • Decide how long you will do the unit study.
    • Unit Studies can last a week or even a month. It’s totally up to you.
  • Put it in action and have fun!

All About Me (and My Family)

All About Me is an awesome unit study because it can be stretched across various subjects and for an extensive amount of time. Not to mention, it can be used for years – from preschool to the later elementary years!

Virtual Stories:

All About Me PreK-K pack (thisreadingmama.com)
All About Me Booklet (Playful Learning)
All About Me Unit (for grades 3-5 by Tristen Dixon)
All About Me Pennant Banner (Kim Miller)
All About Me Notebook (teachersnotebook.com)
All About Me Books, Songs, & Activities (kidssoup.com)
My Family Sensory Bin activity (munchkinsandmoms.com)
My Family Tree & Interviews homegrownheartsacademy.com
We are Family Lesson Plan (amandaslifeandkids.blogspot.com)
We Are Family Social Studies unit (firstgradewow.blogspot.com)

Below are some videos that are valuable at enhancing understanding about self and families:


Bible Themed Unit Studies

In this section you’ll find a few unit study resources that will help you plan for teaching about creation days, Biblical feast days, fruit of the spirit, and more!

Creation Days

Creation days are can be super fun and easy to teach! Use the resources below to help introduce, teach, and instill God’s Word to and in your children!

Note for teaching older kiddos: While some of the activities are geared towards early childhood and elementary levels of learning, middle/high grade children can still participate by helping create some of the activities that will be used by the little ones. 

Christian Preschool Printables
Creation Pre-K Pack (marymarthamama.com)
In My World Below are the clickable links to each of her days, activities, printables, etc.:

Creation Scavenger Hunt 
Paper Plate the Days of Creation
(It Happens in a Blink)
Creation Video

Feast Days

Biblical Feast Day Word Search (Bible Pathway Adventures)
Rosh Hashana for Kids
Passover Crafts
Sukkah Coloring Posters for Teens & Adults (Beyond the Balagan)
Passover Videos for Kids (All Done Monkey)
10 Passover Freebies for Kids (Kosher on a Budget)
Shavuot Coloring Pages (Our Jewish Education)
Feast of Trumpets Coloring Pages
Children’s Books about Rosh Hashana (All Done Monkey)

YouTube Videos/Channels for Learning about Feast Days:

Homeschooling Torah
Messianic Torah Observant Israel

Fruit of the Spirit

Fruit of the Spirit Printables
Fruit of the Spirit Devotional for Kids
Activities and Crafts
Fruit of the Spirit Bible Quiz (Bible Pathway Adventures)

Sabbath Keeping

Ways to Honor Shabbat
Shabbat Songs for Kids


Cells (Plants, Animals, Humans)

This unit study is for the middle elementary school grades and up. It involves a combination of interactive online teaching, printouts, and videos. I plan to teach on plant, animal, and human cells together because it could make for interesting learning!

There are a few suggestive studies that specify books that they used to teach from; however, they noted that we could use whatever books we wanted. We will be using the following Usborne books: Illustrated Dictionary of Science, Science Encyclopedia, and Introduction to Genes & DNA.

Plant and Animal Cell Learning Pack (encouragingmomsathome.com) Note: We will be using a couple of Usborne books, but you can always use the public library to check out some great and compatible books as well!
Cell Organelles Structure and Function Interactive Notebook Activity FREEBIE (Science from the South)
Human Cell Coloring Page  (Crayola)
Plant and Animal Cells Highlight (Ally Kowalski)
Human Body: Learning About Cells (spelloutloud.com)

Below are some links to some great videos about cells:


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