It’s never too early to start planning for Halloween! This mini Halloween unit study is the perfect way to get your kids into the spooky spirit. With a few simple activities, you can help your kids learn about the history of Halloween and some of its most popular traditions.
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Mini Halloween Unit Study
This Halloween, try a mini unit study with your kids! It’s a great way to get them excited about learning, and you can tailor it to their interests.
For example, if they love ghosts, research the history of Halloween and learn about different customs around the world.
Or, if they’re more into candy, explore the science behind making sweets, in fact, you can find a How It’s Made Hard Candy video on YouTube. Whatever you choose, your kids are sure to have a blast – and maybe even learn something new.
You’ll want to gather some materials:
- You can find Halloween books at your local library or bookstore.
I do recommend getting yourself (your homeschool) a good printer if you are printing off unit studies or other printables for your kids.
Many people love Halloween because it is a time to dress up, eat candy, and be with friends. Did you know that you can also learn while celebrating Halloween?
A mini Halloween unit study is the perfect way to add some festive learning to your homeschooling routine. In this unit study, you will explore the history of Halloween, learn about traditional customs, and even make some spooky crafts.
Get ready to have a hauntingly good time this Halloween season!
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