Gnomes, Leprechauns & Elves, Gardening - Homeschool Study Unit

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Theme: Gnomes, Leprechauns & Elves, Gardening

Please note this is for a digital book which will be immediately available to you.


23 Pages Full of Activities and Lessons Based Off of a FUN Theme!

 In This Study Unit:

Read Stories About Gnomes, Leprechauns, Elves & Gardening
 Sing Songs and Fingerplays at Circletime 
Read a Story About Elsa and the Ten Elves
Share Short Morning Talks About Gnomes, Leprechauns, Gardening and Elves
Create a Children's Garden
Go On a Clover Hunt
Make Irish Stew Together
Create a Wildflower and Clover Suncatcher
Make a Fish Tank Garden
 Create Garden Markers
Dig in the Dirt!
Knit or Craft a Little Cork Gnome
Go on a Pot of Gold Hunt
Play a Garden Circle Game from the 1900's
Go on a 'Signs of Growth' Nature Hunt
Practice Rhyming and Learning Gnome Poems
Learn About the Difference Between Gnomes, Leprechauns and Elves
and for Mom or Dad... a Caregiver Meditation About Gardening and a Focus on Your Personal Growth
 Introducing Homeschool Study Units based on themes to help you bring rhythm and structure into your time with the children. These units are ideal for mixed-aged situations with ideas for both young and older children included.

 These homeschool lessons are based on fun themes and include blessings, verses, short morning talks, nature walks, crafts, library book recommendations, teacher's classroom work ideas, story time prop ideas, blackboard drawing ideas, recipes, children's meditations, caregiver meditations, outdoor suggestions, stories, fingerplays and much more!

You will receive numerous lessons and activities in the following subjects to weave into your homeschool:

Movement, Games & Body Awareness

Domestic Arts/Practical Life Skills 

Social Studies, Geography, Weather Time



Science, Nature Study, Earth Discovery

Everything is completely planned out for you with most supplies already in your own home. These units can be used alone for homeschooling early childhood children or as a structure to your day and week for older children as you weave in other academic work. 

 Please note: These lessons are pulled from parts of our Preschool/Kindergarten, First and Second Grade Curriculum. Little Acorn Learning lessons are inspired by the Waldorf Philosophy of Education, as well as other Holistic Educational Methods.