Lesson Plan Planning

Today, with three ill and sleepy little ones, I spent some time preparing our homeschool lesson plan for the next twelve months.
I have planned all our daily activities and twelve unit studies complete with crafts, lapbooks and field-trips. Each unit study takes about a month for us to complete and I can’t wait to get started tomorrow. Of course in addition to the unit studies we also follow a separate academic curriculum and a Waldorf home-education curriculum. We like to keep busy.

lesson plan

Our twelve unit studies:

February – The Ocean Floor
March – The Solar System
April – Dinosaurs
May – Ancient Egypt
June – Roman Empire
July – China
August – United Kingdom
September- Africa
October – North America
November – The Arctic
December – Multicultural Holidays
January – Insects

I am looking forward to sharing a bit more of our home-education journey with you.
I think this is the first time I am sharing this part of our life on our little blog.
I can’t wait!
Have a lovely day!

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3 Responses to Lesson Plan Planning

  1. Mel Cherney says:

    More info, more details, more everything please!

  2. Lucy says:

    Wow that sounds like a lot – academics, waldorf and unit studies! How do you handle introducing topics like, for example, Rome which in waldorf thought is for grade 6? Looking forward to seeing/reading more. Love home ed blogs!

  3. Natanya Squire says:

    Hi, I’m thinking of doing a curriculum such as Sonlight or something waldorfy with my little one, but don’t know which one to choose…which ones are you doing? I’m a bit stuck as to what to do at the moment! Natanya