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Twelve Days of Christmas Unit Study
A Twelve Days of Christmas Unit Study is a great way to sneak in some December Funschool. It is such a fun carol, and there is a mysterious (though not validated) history behind it.
Use these resources to piece together your unit study. It can be several days long, or just a few hours one morning. Enjoy exploring more about The Twelve Days of Christmas!
$ = a resource for purchase; all others are FREE
With younger children, I would recommend visiting these websites yourself and then sharing the information.
12 Days of Statistics Worksheet (found in chapter 8)
Skip Counting with the 12 Days of Christmas (scroll down to middle)
Ladies Dancing Ornament (she has crafts for the other days too)
from Homeschool Share
from Holy Learning
from Hands of a Child $
We have several of these Twelve Days of Christmas books. My kids’ favorite version is Hilary Knight’s Twelve Days of Christmas. It is out of print, but you can still purchase it from individuals. The artwork in these books is so beautiful! I like to make them part of our Christmas decor by displaying on a book stand.
A puzzle or card game would be a fun addition to your unit study. I put together a big list of Twelve Days of Christmas games, decor, and other whimsical stuff to purchase from Amazon.
Have fun with your Twelve Days of Christmas Unit Study!
This post is part of my Homeschooling Christmas in July series.
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