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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Unit Studies & More

Courtesy Post from the desk of: http://www.ClickSchooling.com

Age Range: 4-13


This commercial website is provided by Susan Kilbride, a homeschool mom with a degree in biology, who has written some unit studies (available as e-books) on science and history. 

Designed with homeschoolers in mind, the unit studies are available for purchase on the site, but Susan also offers some free science lessons and activities (taken from the pages of her e-books)!

When you get to the site, scroll down the page under "Lessons and Activities" to access:
  • *Atoms and Molecules for ages 8-13 - Learn the definition of atom and molecule, print out a Periodic Table of Elements, do activities to enhance learning, and take a quiz to test what you've learned.
  • *Plants for ages 4-8 - Learn the parts of a plant including seeds, roots, stem, and leaves. Enjoy activities to boost learning, and answer review questions.
Click on either link to open a pdf that contains the lesson (within the framework of the actual e-book). You'll have to scroll about 1/3 down the page, past the "Table of Contents" to get to the lesson.

Once you've explored the Science freebies, check out the author's free American History Activities that include:
  • Pilgrim Adventure
  • King Philip's War Adventure
Again, these free lessons and activities are excerpts from Susan Kilbride's e-books that you can purchase via the website.

::: BONUS ::: On July 25 & 26 her Kindle e-book, Pilgrim Adventure America, is going to be free on Amazon< But only on July 25th and 26th. Be sure to check back and click this ebook on Amazon. Happy Schooling!

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