History Through Immersion: Medieval England Unit Study

History Through Immersion: Medieval England Unit Study

Are you planning to study the Middle Ages in your homeschool? If so, you’re in the right place. I’ve got a fantastic Medieval England Unit Study to share with you today. *I received a free copy of Time Capsule: Medieval England for review. Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for[Read more]

Filmmaking with the Force: George Lucas Unit Study

Filmmaking with the Force: George Lucas Unit Study

Do your kids love all things Star Wars? If so, it’s time to bring the Force to your homeschool through a George Lucas Unit Study. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) George Lucas and his legacy have been longtime dinner conversation topics in my home. My husband is[Read more]

Meeting the Master Artists: Leonardo da Vinci Unit Study Resources

Meeting the Master Artists: Leonardo da Vinci Unit Study Resources

Are you looking for Leonardo da Vinci unit study ideas to use in your homeschool? Today I’m sharing my favorite resources for studying the original Renaissance Man himself. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Da Vinci has been a longtime source of inspiration for scientists, artists, and historians alike.[Read more]

Meeting the Master Artists: Claude Monet Unit Study Resources

Planning to introduce your kids to master artist Claude Monet? I’ve got some wonderful Monet unit study resources to share with you today. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Claude Monet is one of the names that resurfaces in our homeschool pretty frequently. Because of that, we’ve discovered[Read more]

Meeting the Master Artists: Vincent van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh is undeniably one of the world’s greatest artists, which means there are lots of great ways to study his incredible contributions to the art world. Today I’m excited to share one of those ways with you through a Vincent van Gogh Unit Study. (This post contains affiliate[Read more]

Quentin Blake: Bringing Stories to Life Through Illustration

Quentin Blake Unit Study

Like many of his fans, my son became interested in illustrator Quentin Blake and his work through reading Roald Dahl’s books. Over time, Blake’s whimsical drawings caught my son’s attention more and more and led us to exploring his life and work through a Quentin Blake Unit Study. (Post contains affiliate[Read more]