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380 Pages of Unit Studies!


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Hundreds of Hours of Learning

for Grades K-12


GREAT for both homeschool families and teachers in the classroom!


This E-Book contains 20 interactive PDF Unit Studies, with 380 pages of content, including 150 lesson plans and worksheets for grades K-12!


Each Unit Study:

  • Was developed by a team of certified education specialists
  • Is provided with 20 - 50 clickable links
  • Contains additional related online and book resources
  • Contains 6-8 lessons and 2-6 worksheets
  • Is cross-curricular with 10-30 pages of learning for grades K-12
  • Contains hundreds of hours of online and offline learning!

The following Unit Studies are included in this E-Book:



Geography Part I Unit Study
Geography: without it we would be lost! We use forms of geography in our daily lives. Children use it when they play in sandboxes, when they put together puzzle pieces to form maps of various continents, or even when they learn about their own neighborhoods. It is through geography that we learn about each other, different cultures, and the many amazing natural wonders found on the beautiful planet that we call home.

Geography Part II Unit Study
Maps are amazing! Old maps are among our dearest possessions. They allow us to see what our world was believed to look like by people from a variety of time periods. Scientists from long ago used sextants and the North Star to direct them to the destination they were looking for. Now we have radar and maps on computers. Times have changed, but our need for maps has remained the same.

The 50 States Unit Study
The distinctive appearance of the
United States of America includes the borders of 48 different states within its unusual physical outline. The development of the country includes both a political history and geographic formation working together to form the nation as it is today.

Alaska Unit Study
Removed from the lower 48 states and within the cold northern region of the earth,
Alaska has unique cultures, wildlife, vegetation, and lifestyles. This isolation and unique climate has forced the Alaskan people to focus on survival and has given them a frontier spirit! The history and geography of Alaska combine to make Alaska an adventurous focal point in North America, and an interesting place to study!

Canada Unit Study
Canada is the largest country in the world and yet its history and development have allowed it to remain one unit, regardless of its vastness. The growth of Canada is one of exploration, enterprise, and diplomacy. Canada has tried to give a voice to its native population and diverse citizenry while maintaining a strong national identity, and continues to do so today.

Mexico Unit Study
Occupying the southern part of
North America, Mexico has a history that is thousands of years old. The turmoil of its history and the influence still today of the ancient cultures make Mexico a unique nation. The traditions, customs, and language of the people are a tribute to the past. While Mexico struggles to find its place today, it builds on the ruins and achievements of its history.

South America Part I Unit Study
America is the world's fourth largest continent, located in the southern part of the Western Hemisphere. Twelve countries and one overseas department make up this important land mass. Join HLN as we explore this unique and diverse continent in a two-part unit. In part one, take part in our study of some of the rich history of South America.

South America Part II Unit Study
South America has about six percent of the world's population and covers approximately one-eighth of the land surface on earth. The people of South America represent a variety of backgrounds and cultures. The continent's geography ranges from tropical rainforest to dry deserts to tall mountains.

Australian Animals Unit Study
Some animals live in
Australia exclusively! Since this continent had no ties to other lands in known history, some of the animal and plant life evolved there in very special ways. Explore the "land down under" in this unit and find out about the kangaroos, frogs, insects, reptiles and mammals that live only in Australia!


Australia Unit Study
Come and explore the "land down under!"
Australia has some of the most beautiful natural environments in the world. There are deserts, rainforests, and savannas to explore. See how unique the world's smallest continent really is!


France Unit Study
France is a country that has had a colorful past and has always been very political. From architecture to language, the French people have provided the world with some of the most spectacular ideas and sparked many changes that effected the entire world. Join HLN as we examine this country and her people.


Italy Unit Study
Where is
Italy? What is this history of this country? Italy spawned one of the greatest empires in history, but it's history begins long before the rise of Rome. Italy is home to Vatican and has been home to some of the greatest artists in history. Join HLN as we look at this Mediterranean country.

Spain Unit Study
Spain is located in Southwestern Europe, bordering the Bay of Biscay, Mediterranean Sea, North Atlantic Ocean, and Pyrenees Mountains, southwest of France. It is a land that has a rich history, it has been occupied for over 4,000 years! Come join HLN to learn more about this amazing country.

United Kingdom - Unit Study
The United Kingdom Stretches over 4 countries. Each country is unique with its own culture, geography, population and language. Some of the most amazing architecture in the world is found in the
United Kingdom and its history has effected the entire world.

Africa Part I Unit Study
Africa is a continent of amazing diversity. The rich cultures and ancient traditions of Africa are as beautiful as its unique geography and wildlife. Join HLN as we discover the land the people and the diversity of the continent of Africa.

Africa Part II Unit Study
In this second part of Into Africa, we take a closer look at some of the wildlife and cultures that fill this continent. Did you know that the animals on the Serengeti have adapted special behaviors to survive? Did you know that caravans still cross the desert? What makes
Africa so unique? Join HLN as we look further into the continent of Africa and glimpse some of its many treasures!


Flags Unit Study
Have you ever watched the Olympics and found that you knew quite a few of the world's flags? By the end of the games you had probably learned even more of them! Did you know that flags hold symbolism, ideology, and even some of the history of the countries they represent? Come with us and explore the colorful world of flags!


Afghanistan Unit Study
Afghanistan is a country with a complex past. The current events in this landlocked country of Asia dominate the news, but how many of us know about its rich historical roots? Join HLN as we explore the land, the people and the history of Afghanistan.


Native Americans Part I Unit Study
November is National American Indian and California Native Heritage Month, a time to honor the history, culture and contributions of the first people to live in America. The theme for the 2001 celebration is "Our children, our nations, our future." Begin your study of Native Americans with this two-part unit!

Native Americans Part II Unit Study
Native American tribes are classified into cultural groups with strong similarities. Each cultural group is unique in its traditions, history, languages and daily life. Learn about tribes from the Plains, Plateau,
Great Basin and Southwest regions this unit that explores Native American life.

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