FREE Little House on the Prairie Unit Study



Affiliate links may have been used in this post. To read our full disclaimer, click here.

The Little House on the Prairie book series is a delightful recounting of one little girl’s real-life experience of growing up in a pioneering family. Its triumphs and difficulties are presented in such a way that it interests boys and girls alike. You can study the young girl, Laura Ingalls Wilder, and a bit of her world with this free Little House on the Prairie Unit Study! It includes many activities that cover subjects like math, geography, penmanship, and more!

littlehouseClick here to study Little House on the Prairie with this unit study!

Written by Irene Roberson

Irene is a wife and mother, thankful for the privilege to serve the Lord in these roles. It is by the grace of God that she has traveled this homeschool road for ten years. If she can do it, you can, too!

Opt In Image
Join our growing list of 120,000 homeschoolers who LOVE free stuff!

Is my email safe and will I get junk? Click here for info.

Similar Posts You Might Like:


Need An Affordable Approach to Learning?
Save time, money and stress with our award-winning online homeschool curriculum!

10 Brilliant Pet Supplies Organizational Hacks

Are you overwhelmed with all the toys, food, and pet leashes your home has accumulated in the care of your fur baby? Here are some wonderful ideas to merge the comfort of your pet with an aesthetically pleasing home!Click here to organize your pet supplies!

FREE Printable 2017 Calendar

2017 less than three weeks away. Can you believe it?! Download and print this lovely 2017 calendar. Its design is fresh, happy, and somehow sophisticated too! It reminds me of the beautiful items that Anthropologie carries and would be a fabulous addition in your kitchen or command center!Click here to…

DIY Heat Pack Tutorial

If you're living and breathing, it's just a matter of time before you have a good use for a heat pack. This DIY tutorial requires nothing more than basic sewing supplies, 1/4 yard of fabric, and rice! You could have a few sewn up in no time!Click here to make…

FREE Hand Lettering Facebook Class and Printable Practice Sheets

Have you noticed the fun, happy fonts and writing that are on almost everything decorative lately? From cookie jars to day planners to wall art, the bubbly letters just feel like a celebration! You can learn to write like that with this free Hand Lettering Facebook Class and Printable Practice Sheets!…

Business Ideas for Homeschool Parents

Are you looking for a way to earn extra money? Times are tough and cash doesn't go as far as it used to, so maybe it's time to look to a more substantial area for financial help. As a homeschool parent, you have undoubtedly picked up and developed new skills along…

FREE Printables for Thanksgiving

These free printables for Thanksgiving Day are beautiful! The place cards are helpful for assigned seating, but they're especially helpful for labeling your delicious food dishes! Also included are a banner, a Scripture print, and tags. Your Thanksgiving feast will look delightful!Click here to download your free printables!There's something else…

20 DIY Projects You Can Make for Under $10

A new project is fun for so many reasons. They're fun to create. They're fun to enjoy after they're hanging on the wall (or wherever you're using it). Many times I'll come across a unique project that I'd like to try my hand at, but then I'm shocked when I…

30 Crops to Plant Now For a Fall Harvest

It seems like every spring I miss the window to plant seeds in my yard. I'm not exactly sure why, but I suspect that it's because of the way our weather in Florida can be so unpredictable. It's all over the place in the springtime, and you never know if you're…

FREE Meal Planning Printables

The older I get, the more I realize that it's impossible for me to be organized without paper. And lists. Lots and lots of lists.So, of course, these free Meal Planning Printables caught my eye. The font is beautiful, and I love the layout. It makes me want to write…

Simplifying in the New Year Series: Create a Chore Schedule

This is the second post in our Simplifying in the New Year Series:Last week we talked about Keeping Up With the Clutter. There are so many tools to help keep clutter at bay. Once you have a system in place for the clutter it won't be as overwhelming to avoid…

CLICK HERE TO VIEW ALL NEW POSTS

Notebooking Pages Free Resources