Planning a Unit Study and staying organized throughout the whole process from planning to teaching
For about a month now I have been trying to locate the perfect unit study planner, but could not find one that suited my needs. I has hesitant to create one since I was not 100% sure what I needed out of it… until now that is. 🙂
I ended up creating and then changing and then tweaking this unit study planner – but now I feel like it has hit the sweet spot – and has helped me tremendously to plan some upcoming Kinder-Prep units!
What you’ll get
There are 5 pages in total.
- Page 1 – Covers the units main topic- subtopics – unit overview and what standards will be assessed
- Page 2- Vocabulary words! Along with the child’s description. I put “child’s description” because the definitions they use would not be the same as an adult.
- Page 3- Purposeful Activities. The categories include: math, science, writing, reading, social, Art. Along with two black spaces for you to fill in your own categories.
- This page is for you to list / describe the activities in your unit that will touch on these important learning points. I like this page a lot because it ensures that I have whole array of activities for the kiddos!
- Page 4- Resource List- Here I list all the resources I will use throughout the unit.
- Books from the library
- Printables off of Pinterest
- YouTube videos
- Page 5- Supplies Needed- Everything that I will need to complete this unit. This page makes sure I have all of ingredients for science experiments, I have the folders for the lapbooks, etc.
I love that these pages not only help me plan out units, but they keep me completely organized throughout the entire process of planning and then teaching!
Grab your Unit Study Printables by clicking HERE!