Fall Activities for Kids {FREE Homeschool Unit Study}

For the past few weeks, I’ve been working on a new homeschool unit study that includes LOTS of fall activities for kids and fall crafts for kids for homeschoolers.

You’ll find science, art, fall crafts for kids, language arts, writing activities, books & corresponding activities for kids and much, much more.  Our activities are about scarecrows, leaves, corn, and other fall topics.

We’ll send you a FREE homeschool unit study & fall activities for kids right now. Just enter your first name and primary email below and you’ll have it right now.

 

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As a bonus, we have FREE Fall Printables that go along with the  Fall Activities for Kids so enter your name and email above & you’ll get both freebies.

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Question:
What fun fall activities for kids have you done in your homeschool? Or do you have a homeschool unit study to share with us? You can leave a comment by clicking here.


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15 Comments

    1. Debbie,
      There’s a form you can enter your email and it will automatically be emailed to you. That way you get the right unit. If you have problems, let me know.

    1. Amanda,
      There’s a form where you can enter your email and it will automatically be emailed to you. That way you get the right unit. If you have problems, let me know.

  1. This sounds good — I’d love to have it! You mention a form to fill out, but I’m not seeing it anywhere. Please help.

    Thanks!

    1. Leanne,
      I am so sorry. I’ve sent this to my tech department. In the meantime, you should receive the Fall Unit Study in your email box. Thanks for letting me know.

        1. Tonya,
          I’m sorry you aren’t seeing the form. Some browser block it so you might see it better on a different browser. I asked our tech department to send you the fall unit study.

  2. FYI – I had to try three different browsers before the form showed up. I tried it in Waterfox and Firefox but the only form to fill in is this comment one. I tried it in Chrome and the form to request the unit study was there. I don’t know if there’s anything you can do on your end to make the form visible in multiple browers but that could be why people aren’t finding the form to request the unit study. I tried turning on third party cookies, disabling ad block and all the usual tricks in Firefox/Waterfox to get web page elements to show up but nothing worked. Hope this info helps your readers find the unit study. Thank you for sharing it and happy fall! 🙂

    1. Cynthia,
      I am so sorry. I’ve sent this to my tech department. In the meantime, you should receive the Fall Unit Study in your email box. Thanks for letting me know.

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