Because of that, I’ve accumulated several lessons for the different holidays. And now I’m going to share that immense wisdom with you. I’m organizing it along the lines of a traditional school calendar year
This is a mini unit part of a larger unit on the Age of Exploration. If you want to expand past the lessons in this unit, you can go into the Life of a Sailor Unit which is also applicable.
We love the costume and dressing up aspect of Halloween, and my kids love the many silly books you can find for this holiday.
Thanksgiving was originally a uniquely American holiday, and there is much to learn about the history of Thanksgiving.
I love Christmas, which was amply illustrated as I went through and collected all of my posts and discovered I easily had over 20 posts and about 20 books.
Lots of pink, hearts, and silly fun as we celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Saint Patrick’s Day is an interesting holiday to learn about especially since it’s become so closely tied with going out and getting drunk here in the United States, but it’s got a great history behind it.
Easter is a time of new birth, and in the United States it has both a religious significance and a cultural significance as kids go out every year on Easter egg hunts.
Homeschool 4th of July
While most people running on a traditional schedule are out of school, there are still many fun lessons to be learned and books to be read for this holiday