When thinking about how to do homeschool unit studies, there is always the question about whether someone should put them together on their own or use a guide. Unit studies can be a great tool to use to help children learn about just about anything. As with anything, there are advantages and disadvantages to using unit studies.
If children or parents are getting burned out on learning, unit studies are often a great way to break up the monotony. Many parents find that their children learn even more with unit studies than they learn from more traditional methods of learning. Whether someone has time and money or neither, anyone can use unit studies successfully.
I've written a post all about how to plan unit studies, where to get the materials, or where to get the best units all made up already. Parents with small or large budgets or high or low levels of creativity can all use homeschool unit studies with ease. They just have to know where to find the best resources - and I've taken care of all that for them already. :)
Homeschool Unit Studies