Easter Unit Study Ideas and Resources

If you've read many of my posts lately, you'll know that a theme here is- I'm very ready for spring!  As we head toward the holiday, I'm sharing some resources here to help you get an Easter Unit study together for your family.

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Complete, ready to use unit studies:

A Journey Through Learning has several Easter and spring unit study/lapbooks. I love the curriculum from A Journey Through Learning because it's all laid out for you, and you don't have to scramble to put it together.

Homeschool Share has a free lapbook/unit study to go along with the book The Legend of the Easter Egg. There are lapbook components and activities that cover a variety of subjects- social studies, Bible, language arts, etc.

Hands of a Child has an Easter Project Pack for grades 3-8. Their project packs are everything you need to complete a lapbook. I love Hands of a Child resources because I can use them with multiple ages and because they have all of the information needed to complete the mini books right in the curriculum for you.

Amanda Bennet has an Easter Download and Go unit study. These studies can be completed in five days (or stretched out longer). All of the information you need is included, and the study guides your learning with links, videos, printables and more.

Printable resources:

Notebooking Pages.com offers printable Easter notebooking pages for free in their free samples section.

CurrClick has a printable Easter Activity Booklet filled with recipes, games, and crafts.

Jill at Enchanted Homeschooling Mom has tons of great seasonal printables on her site. She has a membership site with lots of printables, but she also has plenty of free printables.

There are some very cute Easter bingo cards at this site (perfect for math bingo or letter bingo).

This site has some really cute Easter themed math printables.

You can find a really great Easter activity pack for toddlers and preschoolers here.

Easter themed books:

The Legend of the Easter Egg (ages 4-7)

God Gave Us Easter  (ages 3-7)

The Berenstain Bears and the Easter Story  (ages 4-7)

Click, Clack, Peep! (ages 4-8)

Happy Easter, Curious George (ages 4-8)

Easter Eggs for Anya: A Ukrainian Celebration of New Life in Christ (Traditions of Faith from Around the World) (ages 4-7)

An Easter Celebration: Traditions and Customs from Around the World (upper elementary)

The Crippled Lamb (Fixed Format) (upper elementary)

You can find some other great resources for Easter from the Schoolhouse Review Crew by clicking below (live 3/11/15).

Easter Resources Round-Up

My Joy-Filled Life

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