Unit Studies are mostly used in the primary years. Lapbooks, arts and crafts, packets on a singular subject matter or era of time are considered unit study style. Unit studies can be used in conjunction with any of the above named education styles. Weaver is a great unit study resource. For the more DIY moms, Teachers pay Teachers and Education.com are both cheap or free.
- Websites for printing your own worksheets or finding Unit Studies or Lapbook projects - There are options with free downloads all throughout this resource list, but these are more general
- Teachers pay Teachers
- DIY Homeschooler
- Free Homeschool Deals
- Masterbooks free downloads
- Pam Barnhill Printables
- Home Educators Resource
Easy Peasy is written by Lee Giles. I always tell people that her website is like - if you, as a mom, pulled the best options for teaching every subject together and made it into one, complete curriculum, THAT'S Easy Peasy. Can be secular or religious. It's very much unit study style. Lots of Lapbooks. My kids loved it. What I like about Easy Peasy, is that, regardless of your homeschool style, you could make this program work. You could follow it and get what you need and the ease of a traditional program, for free, and add a few classical supports like a beauty loop, nature study and some memory work and change it up completely.