Our Many Nations Once-a-Week Micro-Study introduces your children to several Native American nations who called North America home long before European arrival.
Through fun, hands-on assignments, students spend four weeks learning about the lifestyles and contributions of the Northeast Woodland, Southeast, Southwest, and Plains nations. The unit study’s main focus will be on the Iroquois, Cherokee, Navajo, and Plains Indians.
For a more in-depth study of the first Americans see our Native America Once-a-Week Unit Study.
Once-a-Week Micro-Studies (Grades 1-8) offer the same great quality you have come to expect from Once-a-Week Unit Studies, but provide your children with a thorough understanding of the study topics in only three, 30-minute assignments each week!
In company with the Homeschool Legacy tradition of making serious learning fun, Once-a-Week Micro-Studies provide students with creative and engaging assignments, each designed to get them excited about learning. Our digital Micro-study format also gives parents the added advantage of utilizing an assortment of educational links to further enhance their children’s learning experience.
As with Once-a-Week Unit Studies, Once-a-Week Micro-Studies typically suggest an enjoyable classic or award-winning family read-aloud that pertains to the study topic.
Flexible as always, Once-a-Week Micro-Study weekly assignments may be completed all in one day, spread throughout the week, used as an integral part of your unit study curriculum, as a hands-on supplement to any curriculum, or as a refreshing change of pace from “school as usual.” The choice is yours!