Unit Studies are a fun way to incorporate all subjects while learning about one broad (or narrow!) topic. Whether your kiddos want to learn about ocean animals or space exploration, Unit Studies can make sure all subjects are covered without making it seem like a lot of work. Please pin this post and share with your friends! You can also bookmark my new homeschooling page: free homeschooling printables. Printables are added weekly.
Free Unit Study Planner
We do a lot of lapbooking just for fun! It's nice to combine lapbooks and unit studies, especially when you're teaching different grades at once (or multiple children). This free unit study planner is super easy to print (no email sign up required!).
SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM TO DOWNLOAD THE ENTIRE BOOK INSTEAD OF SAVING INDIVIDUALLY (ALL PAGES ARE NOT SHOWN HERE).
Print all pages or just some, or you can even print duplicates of the blank planner pages so you can make your own unit study subjects.
There's a reading list and a media list printable. Use the media list for CDs, DVDs, or even websites.
We try to work in a science experiment to each unit study we do.
There are two printable vocabulary pages: one for definitions and sentences, and another that is blank.
Day by day assignments can be listed in these boxes. There is also a blank assignment page.
If you do field trips, having a printable field trip planner page is always a plus!
Write about what you've learned from the Unit Study on this page, or use one of the blank notebooking pages to write more (depending on grade/ability).
DOWNLOAD THE FREE UNIT STUDY PLANNER HERE