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Birds of a Feather from Homeschool Legacy



Hello neighbors!

How many of you have heard of Homeschool Legacy?  We received their Birds of a Feather Once a Week Unit Study ($15.95).  My daughters really enjoyed it.  As many of my regular neighbors know, we love to attract birds here.  I have shared several pictures of our bird friends.  We have several feeders out in the yard along with a birdbath and then we have a small fountain and feeder right outside my window.  So you can tell we enjoy birds.

Birds of a  Feather is a 4 week course that you do once a week.  They include a list of extra books you can read (varying ages and skill).  There are also fun activities that you can pick and choose from.  Some are easy and others are more difficult.  For example during the first week you can choose to create a bird feeding station, bird bath, nature journal or scarecrow.    This first section centers on creating a habitat in your yard.


They also cover Bird Identification, Ornithology (the inside and outside of a bird), and Birds of Prey during the next 3 weeks.  We used some of our own books, since my daughter has quite a collection.



Homeschool Legacy has many Unit Studies available for you to choose from.  I personally like Unit Studies because I can use them for everyone at the same time.   And you only use it once a week.  You can use it as your curriculum or use it in support of one you already have.  These once a week studies accommodate both Boy Scouts and American Heritage Girls.

My girls both LOVE attracting birds to our yard and watching them.  This Unit Study was a perfect addition to our curriculum.

Several of the Crew members received other Once a Week Studies like;Horsing Around, Knights and Nobles, Forest for the Trees, Native America, Lewis and Clark (From Sea to Shining Sea), Early Settlers in America, Revolutionary Ideas, Weather on the Move and We the People (Getting to Know Your Constitution).     Be sure to click on the banner below to read more!

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Disclaimer:  As a member of the TOS Crew, I received this product, at no cost to me, in exchange for my honest review.  All opinions are mine.

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