Tapestry of Grace is an eclectic program that draws from various educational approaches (such as classical and Charlotte Mason) as it attempts to show students patterns in the ancient, dense, and colorful tapestry of human experience. “Integrated” study, also known as the Unit Study approach, simply means that instead of studying each school subject separately, your students are learning them together and in relation to one another. Integrated studies in a homeschooling family can lead to an exciting context that we call “whole-family learning.” This means that each of your students studies the same topic at the same time, but each at his own learning level. Subject areas covered include history, literature, fine arts, geography, worldview, government, and philosophy.
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The lesson plans in this section are for the Geography portion of Tapestry of Grace only. Full Racks and Integrated lesson plan bundles can be found here.