It’s no secret that we love learning through literature in our home. When I was working on the Rabbit Trail’s lesson for Martin Luther King Jr, I stumbled upon another book about Rosa Parks and knew it had to become a lesson as well. Studying black history doesn’t have to happen in just the month of February, but can happen any time of year. I wanted to focus on teaching my kids about some amazing black women that influenced history, so that brings us to the NEWEST Rabbit Trails through Literature lesson- a free Rosa Parks unit study that I’m sharing with you!Read more
Take your studies down the Rabbit Trail with this free artist study!
I don’t know about you guys, but my kids LOVE art! The walls of my home are filled with their creations, their grandparent’s refrigerators covered in handmade cards. Some are more detailed while others are…more abstract. My kids are passionate about art, which made me realize that art is an important rabbit trail that I need to adventure down with my kids! That brings us to the NEWEST Rabbit Trails through Literature lesson- a free artist study that I’m sharing with you!Read more
Go down the Rabbit Trail with this free winter unit study!
Nature studies are a fantastic addition to your homeschool. Just because it’s cold out doesn’t mean this can’t continue! Whether you’re heading out to explore the outdoors this winter, or wanting to study this season from the comfort of your own home, this free winter unit study will have everything you need to learn about this season in a way your kids are sure to love!Read more
Free Rabbit Trails Constellation Study and Constellation Cards Printable
We traveled to space last month and learned all about the stars during our constellation study. Constellations have always been something I wanted to learn about, so I was thrilled to take this journey along with my kids! Here are the books, crafts, and exploration we did about constellations (and a free printable, too!)Read more