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Over the years we’ve brought you several Book and a Big Idea link-ups sharing with your unit studies, fun ideas and resources surrounding our (and your) love of books. But with summer in full swing, we thought it would be a fun idea to share with you a slightly different version, A Movie, and a Big Idea.
We’re bringing you our best resources for doing a fun summer unit study surrounding movies. — So, pop up some popcorn, grab some drinks, maybe some candy too, and turn on a great movie for family night. What better way to enjoy time as a family, learn through cinema, and then expand learning with a unit study?
Movie Unit Studies for Your Homeschool
- Bridge to Terebithia Book and a Movie Nght by Ticia at Adventures in Mommydom
- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Unit by Selena at Look! We’re Learning!
- Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs Unit Study by Selena at Look! We’re Learning!
- Create a Klimt-Inspired Portrait in Gold by Beth at Techie Homeschool Mom
- Hidden Figures Unit Study Resources by Marci at The Homeschool Scientist
- Kindergarten Books and Activities: Ratatouille Movie Unit Study by Ashley at Some Random Lady
- Love Disney’s Tangled? Try This Free Unit Study! by Shelly at There’s No Place Like Home
- Movies and A Big Idea: Why You Should Host a “Questionable” Movie Night by Pat at PatAndCandy.com
- Movies to learn about the Great Depression by Ticia at Adventures in Mommydom
- Pay It Forward Movie Guide for Teens and Parents by Erin at The Usual Mayhem
- Preschool Sea Turtle Life Cycle Activities: A Turtle’s Tale Unit Study by Tara at Homeschool Preschool
- Ratatouille – A Movie Unit Study by Lara at Everyday Graces
- Revisit a childhood classic with Stuart Little book and a movie by Ticia at Adventures in Mommydom
- Sports, Spreadsheets and the Big Screen: Learning about Jesse Owens by Beth at Techie Homeschool Mom
- Teaching History Through Movies : Helen Keller by Heidi at Starts At Eight
- The Aristocats Unit Study by Selena at Look! We’re Learning!.
What favorite movie have you expanded into a learning opportunity for your family? Share your ideas in comments below.