You'll always be able to access this page by clicking on OUR FIVE IN A ROW UNITS under "Categories" in the right-hand sidebar.
But first, a few notes about Five in a Row in our family:
1. Oftentimes I'll combine a Five in a Row title with a topical unit we're doing. (For example, Night of the Moonjellies and our Ocean Unit.) I usually do this by kicking off the whole topical unit study with the Five in a Row title. So, for example, for the first week of our Ocean unit we "rowed" Night of the Moonjellies, using the lessons in the FIAR manual. After that we branched out into other books and activities pertaining to the ocean. (I often use Homeschool Share for complimentary units and activities.)
2. Also, we've done more Five in a Row titles that what I've listed below, but for some of them we really didn't have anything to take pictures of.
3. One last note...we have really enjoyed using Before Five in a Row. That was our primary curriculum our very first year of homeschooling (Pre-K for Superman). However, those were pre-blog days, so I only have one "Before" entry, which was from last year. Maybe one of these days I'll go back and blog about our "Before" adventures - because I did take lots of photos!
Unfortunately, it seems like we don't use "Before" that much anymore, but I really want to pull it out and start using it more with the girls. The stories are priceless and are such great foundations for making some sweet memories with your little ones.
Now for the links to our Five in a Row Adventures:
Katy and the Big Snow
Make Way for Ducklings
Night of the Moonjellies
Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
The Bee Tree
The Glorious Flight
The Salamander Room
The Snowy Day (Before Five in a Row)
The Story About Ping
Hope this has been helpful for someone! :)