Oceania is the final unit in our continental unit series. This unit covers the continent of Australia as well as the surrounding region. Students will be diving into the culture, animals, features, climate, geography, landmarks, and history of some of the unique and incredibly beautiful areas in this region of the world! This unit has a heavy focus on Art, Bible, and Geography and students will be working on writing their own fable as part of their writing project.
This listing is for the physical, hard copy printed version of the Teacher’s Guide only. It does not come with any student notebooks as those need to be purchased separately. It does, however, come with the digital Teacher’s Companion which includes the answer key, book list, scope and sequence, as well as planning pages (stay tuned for a facelift on this product coming soon!).
All of our Teacher’s Guides are printed on high quality 32 lb bond paper (80lb text) that is smooth and luxuriously thick. They are spiral bound on the left hand side for ease of use with plastic spiral coils (not to be confused with plastic combs). They are printed in house in our warehouse and take 3-5 business days to process and complete your print order where they are physically shipped out to your address.
Each of our full units include 20 lessons, designed to be done over one month (though many families choose to take longer). The student notebooks (purchased separately) have 5 pages to complete from Early Reader to High School and 2 pages in the Pre-Reader activity pack. A lesson takes about 15-30 minutes to do depending on if you take the time to look up videos and pictures as you go or if you just read through. There is no right nor wrong way to do it, there are no extra materials required. Simply open up your Teacher’s Guide and you are good to go!
PLEASE NOTE: The only thing that is required for the younger levels is a straw and some paint for an art project towards the end of the book. You may want to have those on hand or simply choose another project. The project is to create your own coral painting, so build it with clay instead or get creative with it and make a diorama! There are TONS of hands on activity suggestions in the Teacher’s Companion so don’t miss the tidbits of treasure nestled over there!