Now that fall is here, celebrate by going outside and making hot apple cider, but celebrate in your homeschool, too with a fall unit study!
I like to celebrate each season by creating homeschool unit studies surrounding the current season. This keeps our kids interested in learning and helps to prevent boredom after school is no longer new. We try to do at least one seasonal activity per week, but my kids are the happiest if we can fit in one seasonal activity per day.
Here are some of the things we’ll be studying this fall in our homeschool fall unit study!
Easy Fall Unit Study for Homeschoolers
Use these ideas to create a unit study surrounding fall topics. Add in additional ideas that your kids love for a well-rounded fall unit study that everyone in the family will love!
- Bake a pumpkin pie and discuss the science behind the process!
- Create fall crayon rubbings of leaves, rocks, acorns, pine cones, and other natural objects to learn more about their shapes.
- Read books about fall. Our family loves reading Little House in the Big Woods during the fall.
- Host a fall pie-making party with other homeschooling friends.
More Fall Unit Study Ideas
If you have preschoolers or kids in Kindergarten, these upper and lowercase pumpkin-themed alphabet match cards are the perfect way to celebrate!
These fall-themed printables are the perfect way to bring a bit of fall into your homeschool and learn all at the same time.
This fall herb unit study is a fun way to learn all about herbs and which herbs naturally are produced in the fall.
Not everyone celebrates Halloween, but even if you don’t, your kids will appreciate the gross science behind these Halloween science experiments.
Extract color from leaves with this fall chromatography experiment. Kids will love doing this over and over!
For art class, make these fall leaf magnets.
Bring your homeschool outdoors with this fall scavenger hunt!
Your kids will never forget the math they learn when they use pumpkin seeds!
These harvest-themed books are fun for all kids!
Learn all about pointillism in art class with this pumpkin-themed lesson!
If you’ve put together a fall unit study before, share your ideas in the comments!