Here’s what homeschooling parents are saying about Autumn Treasures:
“I have to be honest. unit studies scare me. Somehow the thought of gathering all those materials and spending all that time planning just to sit down and do very little work compared to the time it took me to prepare has always kept me far away from anything with the words unit and study in the same sentence. I did not have time and nowhere near the patience I thought I needed to complete even the smallest of studies. But, when I heard of the new Download N Go™ series . . . , I decided to reevaluate my position. And am I glad I did!
. . . . [Download N Go™] has taken the concept of a unit study and modified it so that the mother (like me) who has not used unit studies as a part of her homeschool can implement them just as easily as those who use them every day . . . And Mom, there is even something for you. I will bet every mother has been asked how candy corn is made and why popcorn pops. This study gives you all the answers. So download Autumn Treasures and get your lapbooking materials ready. And why not heat up some apple cider and pop a little popcorn and sit down for the most fun you've ever had with a unit study?”
—Dana Warwick, Bartlett, TN
“I can summarize my opinion of this series, particularly Autumn Treasures, in one word: awesome! It is such a timesaver for me! Everything is organized and ready to go when we are—just download the unit study and lapbook pages and you’re set. I don’t have to search the Internet for resources, I don’t have to spend lots of money on buying things from multiple sources and then wait on the shipping to get here, and I don’t have to guess about lesson plans for each subject and how to tie it all together . . . We love unit studies and lapbooking in our house . . . , you can’t go wrong!”
—Sara Panning, Syracuse, NY
“Are you looking for a simple way to do a unit study and lapbook together? Do you have children close in age but working on different grade levels? Would you like to streamline your school day and bring all the children together to do the same thing? Not sure how to start a lapbook to go with a unit? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then . . . [this] new series is what you need . . . Without having to worry about researching and lesson plans, it can allow a parent to have a relaxed week whether a break is needed due to illness, you want a way to bring all the children into a study, or you just need a slow week without taking actual time off—this study will allow it.”
—Sarah Bailey, Springfield, OH