A Fun and Challenging Moon Unit Study For Your Homeschooler

I’m really excited to share this exciting moon unit study with you! I’ve included everything you need to learn all about Earth’s natural satellite all in one unit study. It’s a great place to begin learning about Space. 

You can use this moon unit study and all the fun moon activities included to supplement your homeschool science lessons this year or dive deep into all the awesome resources included in this unit study. Plus, check out my favorite resources and mini-unit studies for extra learning too.

Ready to get started learning about the moon with your homeschoolers? You won’t want to miss this fun and challenging moon unit study.

Are your kids interested in the moon? If your kids dream of being astronauts, you’re going to love this homeschool moon unit study. It’s ideal for homeschool families practicing interest-led learning because you can use as much or as little as you like to satisfy their curiosity.

Why A Unit Study All About The Moon For Our Homeschool?

Our daughter Emily is fascinated by all things Space. We have done Space studies in the past and this year Emily asked to continue with that. A moon unit study is a natural extension of all our studies about Outerspace. 

The moon is easily recognized by kids because it’s the biggest object in our night sky. A homeschool unit study all about the moon is a great way to introduce Space, astronomy, and all kinds of fun topics related to Space.

Are your kids interested in the moon? If your kids dream of being astronauts, you’re going to love this homeschool moon unit study. It’s ideal for homeschool families practicing interest-led learning because you can use as much or as little as you like to satisfy their curiosity.

Everything You Need For Learning About The Moon, All In One Unit Study

I love this unit study all about the moon because it’s all in one. Everything you need to teach your kiddos about the moon is included. You can explore and learn without having to gather tons of outside resources and materials, I’ve done all the leg work for you. Check out some of the cool resources included in this moon unit study:

Moon Sensory Bin

Sensory bin activities are perfect for younger learners, but they’re beneficial for older kids too. This moon sensory tray will engage your child in lots of ways while letting them explore and learn through play. Plus, multisensory learning experiences like this one are an excellent way to encourage cognitive growth and build critical thinking skills.

Are your kids interested in the moon? If your kids dream of being astronauts, you’re going to love this homeschool moon unit study. It’s ideal for homeschool families practicing interest-led learning because you can use as much or as little as you like to satisfy their curiosity.

Moon Phases

Looking for a moon phase unit study? I’ve included some cool opportunities for your homeschoolers to learn all about the phases of the moon in this complete all-in-one moon unit study. You’ll get hands-on moon phases activities, a YouTube playlist, a read-aloud summary with discussion questions for building reading comprehension, and printable activities.

Are your kids interested in the moon? If your kids dream of being astronauts, you’re going to love this homeschool moon unit study. It’s ideal for homeschool families practicing interest-led learning because you can use as much or as little as you like to satisfy their curiosity.

Lunar Lore

The moon is the focus of many legends and myths. I’ve included some fun Native American lunar lore in this all-in-one unit study all about the moon. Your homeschoolers will have fun learning about lunar lore with videos, read aloud summaries, and custom coloring pages.

Are your kids interested in the moon? If your kids dream of being astronauts, you’re going to love this homeschool moon unit study. It’s ideal for homeschool families practicing interest-led learning because you can use as much or as little as you like to satisfy their curiosity.

Moon Themed Games

Gameschooling is a fun and exciting way to teach your homeschoolers critical thinking skills. Get creative and get ready to learn all kinds of new things about the moon with these moon themed games:

  • Moon Phase Bingo
  • Lunar Lore Matching
  • Moon & Lunar Lore Trivia
Are your kids interested in the moon? If your kids dream of being astronauts, you’re going to love this homeschool moon unit study. It’s ideal for homeschool families practicing interest-led learning because you can use as much or as little as you like to satisfy their curiosity.

Extension Activities

I’ve also included a special section just for older homeschoolers. These extension activities include research projects, online quizzes, and hands-on projects all about the moon, the Apollo missions, famous astronauts, and more.

How We Plan To Use This Moon Unit Study In Our Homeschool This Year

So how are we going to use this moon unit study in our homeschool? Our plan is to incorporate one lesson a day in the afternoons. We will study the moon with this all-in-one moon unit study in addition to our Space unit study together as a family. 

I’m hoping this moon unit study will be a fun way for us to dive deep into Emily’s interest in all things Space. We will start by watching a video from the YouTube playlist and completing the printable activity that matches with the video. Then, we can work together as a family on one of the fun hands-on moon projects or playing a moon themed game together.

When we get to that month’s full moon, I’m excited to complete the full moon activities and lunar lore for the month. By waiting until the full moon arrives that month, we will be able to actually observe the moon at the same time we are studying it. Making those connections is one of my favorite aspects of homeschooling.

Are your kids interested in the moon? If your kids dream of being astronauts, you’re going to love this homeschool moon unit study. It’s ideal for homeschool families practicing interest-led learning because you can use as much or as little as you like to satisfy their curiosity.

Opportunities To Learn More About The Moon In Your Homeschool

This all-in-one moon unit study is filled with videos, readings, printable activities, hands-on projects, and moon science your homeschoolers will love. There are lots of other cool learning opportunities you can incorporate to satisfy your kids’ interest in the moon too. Check out some of my favorites:

  • Get a Telescope & Observe the Moon 
  • Space Unit Study for Interest Led Homeschoolers
  • Who Was Neil Armstrong? 
  • Who Was Galileo?

I can’t wait to hear all about how much fun you’re having learning about Space, astronauts, and the moon. Don’t forget to share your favorite hands-on space activities, resources, and read alouds in the comment section and check out some of my other fun moon learning opportunities too.


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