While my oldest met up with the Cat of Bubastes (again), learned how to bisect angles and wrote his heart out, my middle two finished up Seabird by Holling C. Holling, which is from the Beautiful Feet Geography Unit Study.
A map showing Seabird's exploits around the world. All routes and labeling done by my 8 and 11 year olds.
One of the best investments I made with this particular unit study was to laminate the maps. Not only can they be used again, but, when a mistake happens, it's not a big deal to correct it!
My daughter's version of a whaling ship. Artistic license fully extended!
I compiled their copywork, vocabulary, and drawn pictures into a special 'Seabird Book'. The 'bark' shown on the cover is similar to the whaling ship Seabird was created on.
|Hand-drawn and labeled Anchor|
This unit study has got to be hands-down the BEST we've done in our homeschool journey. If you are interested in learning Geography alongside literature, Holling C. Holling and Beautiful Feet make a wonderful team!