THREE KINDS OF UNIT STUDIES (PLUS HOLIDAYS):
IN THE STEPS OF:
- These unit studies dive into unique world experiences and take your family to places you might have never gone
- Contributions for each unit are from people who have been there and lived through it
- Think: experience what it would be like in coldest climates in Alaska, understand the faith of a POW, or maybe get inside the mind of a real-life criminal (with a real criminal profiler)…
What customers say:
– Leslee P.
We just finished our unit on Square Foot Gardening. This was one of my favorites. Normally my husband doesn’t get to help out too much in our homeschool. This one he even got into and asked what our next unit was going to be so he could do it with us.
– Christina Salazar
Amazing!!! Wow you guys are covering a ton! I love this
– Rochelle K
I am going to be starting Professional Chef with my 8 year old who looovveess being in the kitchen and the Military one with my 13 year old ! We have tried units in the past and the discussions it has brought on has been amazing ! Also, my two are active boys and this curriculum keeps their attention and they can retain information from the story-format presentation of information. As a new homeschooler having something that is open and go and I can use to springboard into my own rabbit trails is fantastic. My Hubbs who is not a fan of reading joins in when he can . He even commented he’d enjoy doing more of these with the kids – thanks for making something that the whole family can enjoy !
– Ewa L.
We love the open and go and the story way things are told. I am always amazed the stories hold their interest. Even the photography unit held the small ones interest. The research that has gone in to the units is incredible. Then it is presented in a way that holds their interests and mine too.
– Kerri M.
We bought our first unit this week and I am so impressed! I’ve been on the fence for a while but saw the resurrection study and thought maybe we could use it with the teen trafficking victims we work with in juvenile detention. It’s so rich with ideas and information. I am definitely going to purchase more for our family to use!
– Kimberly W.
This is so incredible! I’ve been hoping for something like this since we started homeschooling.
– Jess B.
My girls are loving the ER and Veterinarian studies which makes this RN mamma so happy.
– Sara C.
My kids (7, 8, and 10) loved it and learned so much! My son actually had to go to the hospital after we finished the unit and as the nurse was putting in his IV he was telling her everything he learned about putting IV’s in dogs
– Lori S.
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– Karen G
We get so little time with daddy because of his work schedule.
Now he gets to be part of some learning.
– Carmen C
Started the Christmas unit today!! We live on a farm and we had been working so I just went and got lunch so we all sat around at the table to go through it. We actually used plumbers putty to seal the straw. The very first one we did was the Thanksgiving and my husband and at times my father in law sat in on the lesson and seem to really enjoy them.
– Kristina B
You guys are amazing and every unit we have done with you has been fantastic. Thank you for all your hard work.
– Joelle A.
[Child] loves this unit! So much so that he’s made it last forever with all the research he’s doing completely on his own. He’s only on lesson two, but month two as well!
– Stephanie P
Oh. My. Goodness.
This momma is excited! All the things we love, use and teach our kids! And I incorporate in my practice! Thank you!
– Simon S
Even saw hubby “who doesn’t like reading” sneaking a peek. My son is gonna love it .
– Ewa L.
I just bought this and Square foot gardening for my first purchases and I’m SO glad I did! This unit is the most beautiful unit I’ve ever seen. Dripping with understanding of scripture. I’m eager to see how much deeper my children understand Christ after this
We have always done more interest based hands on units. As my boys were getting older I needed some work books to teach them LA/grammer better. It’s not fun for us so we still throw in units when we can. Y’all we are almost finished with Volcanoes and I feel like a for real guru- Ask me anything I’ve done some [another curriculum] before, but it was too lengthy for us. This is so perfect for us and I love the video lengths and info- I’ve never learned any of this in previous volcano units! Fun, engaging and super informative. Excited for our next units
– Amanda E.
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– Allyson K.
Campfire has been a game changer in our homeschool! We absolutely love how open-and-go it is(less stress for me). We love how it brings us together as a family to learn(myself included). My children love the storyline in the units and especially the hands on activities. Absolutely love Campfire and recommend these units to everyone
– Jen H.
You have EXCEEDED my expectations! I’m blown away….
– – Chrissy B.
– Quincey M
Started our first campfire PROFESSIONAL CHEF curriculum today and made COMPOUND BUTTER!! One sweet with honey, cinnamon and sugar and one savory with garlic, onion and herbs! So so good! So educational! Taught by Chef G, aka Daddy!
Inspired by their Opa, who’s an executive chef at a 5 star hotel! Chef Bernhard G
Thanks campfire curriculum! We loved it!
– Becky M
– Carri H
This looks so incredible!!!! Thank you times a million!! I just signed up for the membership based on this unit alone. I am soooooo excited. Starting the volcano unit next week
– Lauri D
We did lesson 5 last night in the resurrection study. I just want to say thank you to the creators!!
My kids got the BIGGEST kick out of including the shepherds into the story! Their faces lit up and they said THE SHEPHERDS FROM WHEN JESUS WAS BORN!!! we had to stop mid story so the kids could recap what happened with the shepherds, I was shocked at how much they remembered! It was very clever, I just loved it! BRAVO campfire!!
– Sammy G.
– Michelle D
You guys have THE BEST science experiments! Easy, educational, and super fun! We tested our soil today to see how much clay, silt, and sand it contains. I never knew we had so much sand. Thank you for making simple experiments that pack a big dose of learning
– Gina L.