Back last summer, I was honored when The Old Schoolhouse Magazine asked if I would consider writing an article for the much anticipated Print Edition that is published just once a year. I was told that the issue would focus on homeschool methods. Because unit studies have been the foundation of our our homeschool for many years, it seemed like a no-brainer that I would write about how to use unit studies.
The digital edition of this issue is now available, so I wanted to share my article with you. You can read it by clicking here, or if you have the free TOS app, you’ll find it beginning on page 54.
In it, I share what is a unit study, why I believe they are a great way to homeschool, and how you can create unit studies for your homeschool. I hope you will find it a convenient, usable, encouraging article.
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While you have the magazine open, be sure to read these articles, too. I found them particularly insightful and helpful.
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