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Unit Study Adventures
Downloadable, Four-Week Unit Study
Grades K - 12


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Christmas: a special time of rejoicing as we celebrate the birth of the Son of God, the Messiah. Learn what the world was like at the time of Christ's birth. Use this study to help your children understand the significance that the coming Savior had for so many people. Read about the prophecies that were fulfilled by His birth, and begin to clearly see God's hand in history since the very beginning of time.

When so many material desires threaten to obscure the true meaning of Christmas, this study will help bring back into focus how the birth of a tiny baby changed the whole world!

Take a peek at some of what you'll experience in Christmas.

The Christmas unit is in electronic format, meaning your children can work through the study interactively, clicking on the links in each lesson to further their own investigation. Each day's lesson plan has been written in two levels: Lower Level (elementary grades) and Upper Level (junior/senior high grades), enabling the whole family to learn together! Includes Christmas Notebooking Pages. Christmas uses the Bible as its primary resource.

Take a peek inside this unit.

"The tradition of working on a jigsaw puzzle over special holidays has emerged as a favorite pastime for my family, allowing for plenty of sharing, learning, and memory making."  —Amanda B.  

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FREE Christmas Unit Study Companion Lapbook

Designed to accompany the four-week Christmas Unit Study,
download the complete lapbook, Parts 1 - 4, now!

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FREE Christmas Printables
Fun, free printable activities to create and enjoy with your family this Christmas season
Search for the Savior Christmas Carol Garland JOY Printable  
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