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58 replies
  1. lauraw68
    lauraw68 says:

    The Civil War study, Drawing Your World, Our Solar System, Seven Days of Creation, Ancient Civilizations, and the Simple Machines. We have 8 children with 6 of them still at home and being homeschooled. They range from 1st to 9th grade.

  2. Rachel
    Rachel says:

    I would love to try the Animals Module 1 or the Simple Machines units. I also think my ds would like the Pirates study. My dd has been asking to learn about WWII so actually the Civil War unit study might be a hit here too. So many choices! It looks like a great site for downloadable unit studies, which is always nice to have at our fingertips.

  3. Dorinda
    Dorinda says:

    The Astronomy unit would fit in with our first semester. The Pirate unit would give us a nice break and fit in with our study of the Explorers at the end of the year.

  4. Maureen
    Maureen says:

    I like the mini-module approach and would incorporate language, notebooking, science and creation studies components in our homeschool.

  5. Tracey M.
    Tracey M. says:

    There were several that would mesh well with our studies this year including Simple Machines, Ancient Civilizations, Seven Days of Creation, Timelines in History (Ancient Times), The Children Around the World and Draw Your World series, The Language Arts 3 Module 1 (perfect), and I am very interested in adding the Prayer and Personal Involvement Journal in hopes to include more service learning projects and awareness. Thank you for the chance to win!

  6. Kristina
    Kristina says:

    Any of the Geography studies. Although Japan interests me the most. We are doing an around the world study this year, so those studies match our year perfectly.


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