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Great Spring Resources for Your Homeschool

Leah Courtney
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Although spring weather doesn't seem to be here to stay- at least in my neck of the woods- the calendar says it's spring. I'm joining the TOS Review Crew in sharing some spring resources for your homeschool.

The Legend of the Easter EggThe Legend of the Easter Egg- This is a sweet story that ties in the message of Easter with the symbol of the Easter egg. Homeschool Share has a free lapbook to go along with this story here.

Rechenka's EggsRechenka's Eggs- This is another beautiful story centering around Easter eggs. There is much here to use for further study, and Homeschool Share has a free lapbook/unit study to go along with this one. It includes activities for math, geography, and art as well as vocabulary and a book list of additional reading.

If you and your children enjoy lapbooking a Journey Through Learning has several $8.00 lapbooks for spring, including Spring, Easter, and The Death and Resurrection of a King.

Easter Lapbook with Study Guide-8.00The Death and Resurrection of a King Lapbook with Study Guide-8.00Spring Lapbook with Study Guide --8.00

Amanda Bennett also has some great spring unit studies including

Easter Promise which is a 5 day unit study for grades K-4 ($8.95):
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 Easter Promise

Gardens which is a full 4 week study for grades K-12 (and is on sale for $5 right now!)
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And Spring Surprises which is a 5 day study for grades K-4 ($8.95)
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Spring Surprises

If you're looking for some spring crafts for your homeschool, here are some great ones I found:

Flower printing- involves flowers dipped in paint (and my kids love anything that uses paint!)

A Tissue paper tulip- This would be especially cute for young kids.

Rainbow luminaries- The blog post says for preschoolers, but I know my older kids would like this one also.

Butterfly finger puppets using pressed flowers- These are really pretty.

Felt eggs- These are sown, so they would be great for older kids. And there is a link to instructions for a cute woven basket at the end.

With all of these great ideas, we can still enjoy spring in our homeschool- even if the weather isn't cooperating.

Check out what the other Crew members are posting about spring studies. (This will be live on Wednesday, April 23)

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Leah Courtney / Author & Editor

Leah Courtney is a homeschooling mom of four. She’s graduated two teens- one who’s a legal adult now! And she’s still homeschooling two middle schoolers. She loves all things book related, and in her- very rare- free time you can find her listening to audiobooks and coloring.


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