Free Rosa Parks Unit Study

free rosa parks unit study

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!

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Take your studies down the Rabbit Trail with this free artist study!

Free Artist Study from Rabbit Trails through Literature! free homeschool art lesson. Free homeschool art study. Free homeschool language arts lesson. homeschool language arts. homeschool literature. Charlotte mason inspired language arts. charlotte mason inspired curriculum. language arts curriculum for homeschool. art curriculum for homeschool #homeschooling #languagearts #artstudy

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!

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Keeping Homeschool Fun with Vocabulary Quest!

Keeping homeschool fun with Vocabulary Quest! The vocabulary game that will keep your kids learning and having fun all at the same time. #vocabularycurriculum #vocabularygame #homeschoolvocabulary

As my kiddo gets older, we’ve been moving away from some subjects and moving onto others. Spelling has been something we’ve decided to drop as he’s entered middle school, but I also felt like that took away an aspect of language arts in helping him learn new words. That’s when it hit me- we should look into starting some vocabulary lessons in our homeschool!

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Why I waited until middle school to start using a writing curriculum in our homeschool

Why I waited until middle school to start using a writing curriculum in our homeschool. WriteShop I has been an amazing fit! #homeschoolwriting #writingcurriculum #middleschool

As soon as our kids pick up a pencil as wee little ones, we encourage them to write. We teach them their letters, how to spell their names, and other simple words. It comes as a shock to many people that I’ve chosen to hold off on using a writing curriculum in our homeschool until my son hit middle school age. But, hear me out. I have a good reason and I’m excited to share it with you.

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Writing Curriculum Your Boys Will Actually Like!

writing curriculum for boys

Writing is something that my son has always done, just because he has to, without truly enjoying it. When we homeschool, we do so with the hope that our kids will develop a love of learning. This kid didn’t love writing and I finally found the perfect writing curriculum that he actually likes! This writing curriculum for boys is the perfect fit for him. 

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