Unit Study Inspired by Spark

When kids are interested in a topic, they’re more engaged and the process of learning is enjoyable. Which, in turn, helps foster a love for learning (and makes teaching fun).

And as both a homeschool parent and a writer, I felt led to combine the two areas to create printable unit studies centered around some of the great books I’ve featured on this blog.

Here’s, hopefully, the first of many. A unit study inspired by J.M. Hackman’s Spark.

Free on TeachersPayTeachers.com

Spark Unit Study
Topics: Bioluminescence, Cartography, and Griffins
Plus, don’t miss out on the discussion questions J.M. Hackman provided in the back of her book!

You can also find this unit study, along with other free teaching resources on my TeachersPayTeachers page.

Just incase you want to know a little more, here’s a few related posts about Spark and other books in the Firebrand Chronicles series.

Spark (book review on Lands Uncharted)
Flare (book review)
Firebrand Chronicles (world building interview)

*Post updated August 24, 2021 to include TPT links.

Published by K.A. Cummins

K.A. Cummins is an award-winning author and artist. Her publications include Havok Publishing, Rattle, Blue Mesa Review, and her middle-grade series, Snow Globe Travelers.

4 thoughts on “Unit Study Inspired by Spark

  1. Thanks! I’ll do custom stuff, so let me know if you need any booksleeves for Christmas or giveaways. ☺ Thanks again, girl! 💜

  2. Thanks for this, KaLyn! Such a valuable resource for homeschoolers! If I have the opportunity to share this with homeschoolers, would you mind if I did? I’m planning to attend the CHAP convention in Lancaster, PA next summer (with the Realmie bookstore).

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