Classic Character Unit Studies

Bring principles to life by combining classics with lost arts!

Great for those who want to:

  • Plan a few months ahead on their lessons
  • Save time in their preparations
  • Find interesting activities to connect the Classics
  • Have points to ponder when reading the books
  • Many themes, activities, and content can be used with multiple ages and learning styles

Each unit study includes:

  • Principle Theme - A focus on a Lost Art.
  • Well Said - Articles to expand understanding of the theme.
  • Literature Spotlight - A Classic that brings the Lost Art to life.
  • Points of Discussion - Questions that help with discussing the Classic
  • Stepping Into the Story - Activities inspired by the classic.
  • Building Word Power - Build your word power by learning the meaning of these words found in the Classic.
  • Principles and Virtues - These are other principles and virtues that are addressed in the classic.
  • Literary Connections - These are works and authors mentioned in the classic.  Why were they mentioned? Would familiarity with these works and authors help with understanding this Classic?
  • Resource Links - These are links to additional resources related to the Classic.
  • Symbolism and Archetypes - Symbolism and Archetypes found in the Classic.
  • A Taste of Literature - Recipes to cook with your children, inspired by the Classic.

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The Grace of Generosity

Classic Character Unit Studies 1 is the study of “The Grace of Generosity” through the classic novel- “Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott.

The Beauty and Grace of Maturity

Classic Character Unit Studies 2 is the study of “The Beauty and Grace of Maturity” through the classic novel- “Alice in Wonderland” by Lewis Carroll.

The Beauty of the Heart

Classic Character Unit Studies 3 is the study of “The Beauty of The Heart” through the classic children’s novel- “Pollyanna” by Eleanor H. Porter.


The Grace of Diplomacy

Classic Character Unit Studies 4 is the study of ”The Grace of Diplomacy” through the modern classic children’s novel “The Princess Academy” by Shannon Hale.

The Grace of Eloquence

Classic Character Unit Studies 5 is the study of “The Grace of Eloquence" through the classic children’s novel- “Anne of Green Gables” by Canadian author, Lucy Maud Montgomery.

The Grace of Home-Making

Classic Character Unit Studies 6 is the study of “The Grace of Home-Making” through the book- “Mother Carey’s Chickens” by Kate Douglas Wiggin.


The Beauty and Grace of Gifts and Talents

Classic Character Unit Studies 7 is the study of “The Beauty and Grace of Gifts and Talents” through the classic book- “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” by L. Frank Baum.

The Beauty of Health

Classic Character Unit Studies 8 is the study of “The Beauty of Health” through the classic book- “Eight Cousins or the Aunt Hill’ by Louisa May Alcott.

The Beauty of Being a Son or Daughter of a King

Classic Character Unit Studies 9 is the study of "The Beauty of Being a Son or Daughter of a King" through the classic children's novel- "A Little Princess" by Frances Hodgson Burnett.


The Beauty of Femininity: The Core of Godly Womanhood

Classic Character Unit Studies 10 is the study of "The Beauty of Femininity: The Core of Godly Womanhood," through the book-"An Old Fashioned Girl " by Louisa May Alcott.

The Grace of Friendship

Classic Character Unit Studies 11 is the study of "The Grace of Friendship" through the classic children's book- "Heidi" by Swiss author Johanna Spyri.

The Beauty of Intellect

Classic Character Unit Studies 12 is the study of  "The Beauty of Intellect" through the classic children's book- "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farms" by Kat Douglas Wiggin.