My eldest daughter’s nursery theme was Winnie the Pooh. Therefore, Winnie the Pooh holds a special place in my heart. I mean, who doesn’t love Winnie the Pooh? This classic tale is precious, sweet, gentle, and wholesome. If you would like to foster that environment in your homeschool, then these unit studies and resources all about Winnie the Pooh will be the way to go.
My childhood home was anything but peaceful. I remember Saturday morning cartoons and loving the somber simplicity of the Winnie the Pooh humorous cartoons. They were nothing like the craziness around me. I could watch them for hours on end.
What makes it a classic?
There is a reason these tales are still popular today and why they are considered a classic. The Winnie the Pooh books transcend time. They depict characteristics that many of us, even as adults, can relate to. The storylines are funny at the character’s expense, and we can appreciate the soft but clever humor.
The character traits are exaggerated but genuinely are enjoyable to us. Of course, I can relate to Winnie because he is always hungry! Everyone knows someone who seems to feel down a lot like Eeyore. Piglet and his anxiety are too funny to miss.
Their characters are undeniably attractive to readers. To this day, Winnie the Pooh character merchandise has stood the test of time. As a matter of fact, Winnie the Pooh is Disney’s most profitable franchise and brings in over a billion dollars in revenues each year.
National Winnie the Pooh Day!
January 18th is the birthday of A.A. Milne, the author of the Winnie the Pooh tales. It is also National Winnie the Pooh Day! What better time than now to celebrate this wondrous tale with your kids.
Take this time to reflect on what the ideas represented (i.e., innocence, the golden age of children’s literature, being close to nature, clean humor, and play).
Here are a few ways you can celebrate National Winnie the Pooh Day.
Have a Picnic in the Woods
Make a fact book of Winnie the Pooh characters
Write an adventure story starring your own favorite stuffed animal.
Paint Winnie the Pooh flower pots. Find the video instructions here.
Play the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh BINGO Game from Sweet and Saving Grace Blog.
Ideas for Celebrating Winnie The Pooh Day (January 18th) | Diary of a First Child
12 Activities to Celebrate Winnie the Pooh | We are Teachers
Enjoy these unit studies and resources all about Winnie the Pooh with your children.
FREE Bible Lessons from Winnie-the-Pooh | Christian Novel Studies
Winnie-the-Pooh Unit Study Free Planner| As We Walk Along
Winnie the Pooh-Inspired FREE Printables for Learning Fun | Rock Your Homeschool
Winnie-the-Pooh: A Unit Study | DIY Homeschooler
Pooh Picnic ~ The House at Pooh Corner Nature Book Club | Hide the Chocolate
7 Winnie the Pooh Writing Prompts + Free Printable | Imagine Forest
Cool Facts for Winnie the Pooh Day | Rolling Prairie Readers
Winnie the Pooh Printable Nap Quote | True Bliss Designs
Facts All About Winnie the Pooh | Just-Pooh.com
Winnie the Pooh Activities and Crafts
Winnie the Pooh Weather Worksheet | Disney Family
Video Roundups: Winnie-the-Pooh Day | Education World
Where in The World with Winnie The Pooh (Geography Lesson)| Castle View Academy
A.A. Milne Lesson & Free Handwriting Pages! | Teach Beside Me
Lessons Winnie the Pooh Teaches Us About Friendship and FREE Booklet | Diary of a First Child
How to make a Winnie the Pooh Preschool Craft | The Moments at Home
Paper Plate Winnie the Pooh | In the Play Room
40+ Winnie the Pooh Activities, Crafts, and Recipes for Preschoolers to Adults | Natural Beach Living
Christopher Robin Printable Coloring Pages and Activities FREE | Darcy and Brian
Edible Honey Slime (with Video) | Sugar Spice and Glitter
Themed Teatime: Winnie-the-Pooh | Poetry Tea Time
FREE Winnie the Pooh Coloring & Activities | Printabelle
Christopher Robin Coloring Pages & Activity Sheets (FREE)| Any Tots
Christopher Robin Movie Activity Sheets PDF| No-Guilt Life
In 1928, A.A. Milne’s Winnie the Pooh was published. The uniquely sweet classics are as funny to us as adults, as they were when we were young. Expose your kids to this beautiful tale of play and innocent laughter.
The stories will help them relate to certain characters and enjoy the simple fun adventures. The unit studies and resources all about Winnie the Pooh will be a unit your kids will enjoy and never forget as part of their childhood – much like our own.
Some classic Winnie the Pooh Books:
The Complete Tales and Poems of Winnie-the-Pooh5-Minute Winnie the Pooh Stories (5-Minute Stories)Winnie the Pooh (Winnie-the-Pooh Book 1)The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (Blu-ray / DVD + Digital Copy)The Tigger MovieMelissa & Doug Disney Winnie The Pooh Wooden Chunky Puzzle (8 pcs)Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Givingukebobo Wooden Music Box – The Pooh Saying Music Box, Gift for Friend,Merry Christmas Music Box, New Year’s Gifts, 1 Set
Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!
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