Recently Hannah Savage shared her “no-fail” Viking unity study on Instagram. She wisely shared,
“When I see my job through the lens of laying a feast without tying my success to an idealized outcome, I free up my heart to enjoy the unit with them for however long it lasts and whatever it ends up looking like. My “low stakes” approach feels like a friendly invitation to them rather than a tight-knuckled force feeding. It’s an awareness many (many) fumbles in this homeschool life have taught me.”@hannahsavagewrites
Lovely, right? It sounds like my recommendation to offer a learning buffet and allow your children to choose what they want from a delightful array of books, projects and options.
Among all her wonderful resources she found for her unit study, she linked to my free Viking Paper Men and Dolls.
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May Hannah’s “no-fail” unit study approach inspire you to be brave and creative and curate your own “no-fail” unit study on themes or topics your children are passionate about!
Blessings and much grace, Nadene
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