Category: Unit Studies

Vesuvius Day unit study

Did you know that August 24th commemorates a historic volcanic eruption? Over 1900 years ago, a cataclysmic event changed the face of southern Italy. On this date in 79 AD, Mount Vesuvius violently erupted burying the cities of Pompeii, Herculaneum and Stabiae in volcanic ash and pumice.

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Blueberry Blast!

Welcome to our July unit study celebrating the Blueberry! Blueberries have a rich history in North America from the earliest discoveries of the grown in the wild berry to the cultivated berry prevalent across the world.

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Submarine Day Unit Study

Understanding the secrets of the sea has driven inventors, explorers and military minds to create and improve the unimaginable. Encourage your children to close their eyes and visualize this: An enclosed vessel submerged in water… one that may remind you of a large tin can.

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A Honey of a Unit Study

A great philosopher once said, “A day without friends is like a pot without a single drop of honey inside.” Ok, so maybe Winnie the Pooh is not your typical philosopher, but his words resonate in our spirits. Learning more about the complexity and splendor of the honey bee and her sweet food source will fascinate children of all ages. Let’s make like Busy Bees and begin!

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Little Drummer Boy

As a family who loves to celebrate the Christmas season, we were excited when the sounds of Christmas filled the air. Whether meandering through the grocery story or hearing children sing loudly (and joyfully!) through their lessons, the songs of Christmas excite our senses in ways no other music does. Welcome to our December Unit Study on the Little Drummer Boy!

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