Unit studies to cultivate the love of learning through books, educational activities and sensory play.
Here at Learning Unbound you’ll find inspirational unit study kits jam-packed with fun ideas to keep your days full of creativity and adventure!
We believe in celebrating and fostering childhood wonder, imagination and exploration through books, educational activities, and sensory play.
SOOO glad you’ve joined us for the journey!
EVERYTHING YOU NEED
IN ONE KIT
Our mission is to help cultivate the love of learning by connecting children to great books and the world around them through themed-unit studies.
Our unit study kits include everything you need for DAYS of learning and fun!
The contents of each kit will vary slightly according to theme. However, you CAN expect to find the following inside each kit:
WHY FAMILIES LOVE US
“My daughter had a blast doing this. She loves arts and crafts and was very interested from beginning to end. It helped her have a hands-on experience with what we read in the book. She literally loved every part of putting this together!"
“My daughter loved the peg dolls and little accessories that came with the prairie kit. Because of this kit, we started reading 'Little House in the Big Woods' together and she loves it! I don't think it would have held her interest prior to this unit study. The kit helped her visualize the story and sparked her interest."
“We enjoyed the variety of things offered in this kit: a book to read, handiwork (birdhouse and birdseed feeder), a math portion, and sensory bin items. I appreciated the suggested book reading list. That was a great way to add to the unit study and start a new conversation about the topic."
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“You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives.”
(Clay P. Bedford)