Adapted from The Virginia Homeschool Manual. Compiled by Vicki Bentley, Susan Brooks, Janice Campbell, and Rachel Ramey. Most of the subject-specific resources can be ordered from the major curriculum suppliers listed under “Homeschool Material Sources,” but publisher websites are indicated where appropriate. Publisher websites often offer additional product information, articles, links to other sites, and free e-newsletters.


Amanda Bennett Unit Studies

Unit studies with daily lesson plans.


Daily Bread

by Rachel Ramey

Bible-based unit-study framework with resource recommendations and reproducibles. Four-year cycle is designed to be used three times, to cover grades 1-12.


Five in a Row

A literature-based unit study for elementary school students.


Further Up and Further In

by Diane Pendergraft

A unit study based on the Chronicles of Narnia.


The Heart of Wisdom Teaching Approach: Bible-Based Homeschooling

by Robin  Sampson

Methodology is a combination of several popular homeschool methods, including Charlotte Mason. Biblically-based.



Character-based, hands-on unit study curriculum.



Life in America

A seven-volume unit study taking a journey through history while studying art, literature, science, and history.

2091 Henderson Mountain Rd.

Jasper, GA 30143


The Prairie Primer

by Margie Gray

A unit study based on the Little House on the Prairie series.



A literature-based unit study program.


Tapestry of Grace

Unit study based on the chronological study of history. Uses classical education stages.


TRISMS (Time-Related Integrated Studies for Mastery of Skills)

Middle school and high school unit studies centered around the chronological study of history. Focused on skills development.


Unit Studies 101

by Amanda Bennett

How to create and use unit studies.


Unit Studies Made Easy

by Valerie Bendt

Revision and compilation of four earlier unit study books. Tells how to create a unit study and offers samples.



Multi-level unit study based on a chronological study of the Bible.

Where the Brook and River Meet

A unit study based on Anne of Green Gables.

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