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Two New The Homestead Homeschool Theme Units To Be Released On August 29!

Two more The Homestead Homeschool theme units will be released on August 29, 2020. The second in our Natural Remedies Theme Unit Bundle will focus upon ironweed and its many uses. 
The other new self-reliance homeschool theme unit will be focused on chicken husbandry and the life cycle of the meat and poultry birds.

These two new Homestead Homeschool theme units as well as existing ones and supplies you may to use as extension activities, are all available in our Dodrill Ranch shop on ETSY.

While you are waiting for the new theme units to be released, check out the first Homestead Homeschool Natural Remedies Series - Jewelweed And Plantain.

All of the Homestead Homeschool theme units integrate all core subjects into the hands-on learning process. As with all of our self-reliance learning packages, this theme unit is designed to address preschool through high school students.

You choose which included "grade" level instruction series and activities for your child to complete. The DIY all natural salve theme unit can easily be used as a multi-age learning project unit OR be used with your preschool child now and saved for use in later years when he or she can increase their knowledge of the subject by using the upper grade levels of texts and activities.

The Homestead Homeschool theme units are carefully crafted to grow with your child to not only increase and fine tune their self-reliance skill set but to save you money on homeschool curriculums year after year. 

When this Homestead Homeschool theme unit is combined with notebooking, lapbook, and journaling pages, the customization and extension opportunities that can be created from this single science theme unit are nearly endless.


Click here to learn more about The Homestead Homeschool curriculum and how the concept was created.



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