FREE Castle Diary Unit Study

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

FREE offers are often time-sensitive. Although they are FREE at the time of posting, please be sure to verify the offer is still free before claiming or purchasing it. (We are not responsible for price changes.) Thank you!

Castle Diary: The Journal of Tobias Burgess is a must read book when you are studying Medieval times in History. It is on so many different book lists and is such a fun story to read.
castle_diary_complete
If  you are reading Castle Diary in your homeschool then you will love this freebie from Homeschool Share. This unit study covers Medieval Life, Europe, Code of Chivalry, postcard writing, poetry writing, Armor of God, knights, castles, and the feudal system! I love finding unit studies to go along with what we are reading, it turns one book into a well rounded curriculum!

Grab this free unit study HERE.

Written by Sarah

Sarah

Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate!) She is a an eclectic,Charlotte Mason style homeschooler and has been homeschooling for over 16 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!

Opt In Image
Join our growing list of over 100,000 homeschoolers who LOVE free stuff!

Sign up to receive emails that include deals, sales, and free offers for homeschoolers.

We value your privacy and promise never to send you spam. You can unsubscribe at anytime. 

View our Privacy Policy for more information on how we process your data.

NOTE: If you are already a subscriber, you can find subscriber perks and downloads links in our Monday & Wednesday newsletters.


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

9 Tips to Find Frugal Used Books with PaperBack Swap

If you’d love to get your hands on some frugal used books, check out some tips to get the most out of PaperBack Swap. You will be excited to learn ways to acquire books through PaperBack Swap for trading books. You give away a book you don’t need and pay about $2.50…

Money Saving Tips for Eating Out with Kids

Check out these money saving tips for eating out with kids without breaking the bank. Your family can enjoy a special family evening out, without that anxiety filled nauseous feeling in anticipation of the check. I love love love eating out, and I think my kids love it even more.…

15 Car Cleaning Hacks for Moms

I often call my car "The Annex" because that's what it feels like. The kids and I spend so much time running to music lessons, co-ops, the grocery store, church activities, birthday parties, and - as you well know - the list goes on. To say that my vehicle looks…

FREE Meal Planning Pages

Use this awesome freebie pack to keep our meals simple, especially during the school year. This  resource also provides some guidance in the process of starting up a meal plan for your home. If you are new to meal planning, check out this post for more guidance in the process.…

20 Cool Crafts For Your Old Frames

I've been cleaning out my closets and spare bedroom this weekend. I was a little amazed at how many extra pillows I have on hand. Nine to be exact. I guess I'm thinking that we just never know when overnight guests are going to show up without their own beloved pillow?…

How to Organize School Artwork and Papers with FREE Printables

There are so many different systems to tracking your child's school progress and records. It can be overwhelming to look at a pile of books and papers, deciding what to keep and what to toss. Check out this step-by-step instruction on creating a neat, organized system for organizing school artwork…

Real Food on a Budget: 25 Tips to Make Healthy Eating Affordable

Moms everywhere know how shocking it is to have just a few items in our grocery cart ring up for $85 in the checkout line. There was a day when I could walk out of the store with two weeks' worth of groceries for that much! So, how are we…

Organize Your Printed Photos with FREE Printable Dividers

Not everyone lives completely in the digital world. I have such happy memories of rifling through boxes of photos taken when I was a kid. You've got to admit that there's something precious about holding a physical picture in your hand and coming face to face with a seven year-old version of yourself.…

Embracing a Slow and Steady Start to Your Homeschool Year

Some of us can use this pep talk right about now. Do not panic, homeschool mom. We can very well need some help in embracing a slow and steady start to our homeschool year. Have you started and maybe feel like it’s not going as you planned? We can assume…

10 Meals to Make When There is No Food in the House

Sometimes food is scarce in our house because we haven't had time to run to the store or maybe payday is still a few days away. Try some of these useful meal ideas to hold your family over until your next trip to the grocery store/supermarket. Try to always keep the basic…

CLICK HERE TO VIEW ALL NEW POSTS

Notebooking Pages Free Resources