|Alwright Publishing company is the work of a homeschooling family in Georgia. Kim Wright created hands on units for her own children, shared them with her co-op group, and now publishes them for sale. There are units such as Victorian Quilting and Sewing, Flower Arranging, Botany, Birds, The Microscope, Spiders, Arachnids, Sheep, Goats, Poultry and Photography. They use the notebook approach relying upon the child's research as well as providing basic information, lab sheets, work sheets, flash cards and such.
CurrClick, or Curriculum in a Click Ths site provides downloadable e-books for unit studies, lap books, research projects, and novel studies in all subject areas at reasonable fees, some even free. Mostly secular although a number of Christian publishers are also represented.
Easy Fun School EasyFunSchool.com has articles, unit study plans, lesson plans, resource links, a newsletter, and many other features to make homeschooling more enjoyable for both child and parent. Covers language arts, Bible, history, social studies, and science for a wide range of ages.
Evan Moore Publishers provide traditional style, unit theme worksheets and workbooks that span subjects. Evan Moore will give you access to every single thing they publish for 99 cents the first month and then 9.99 each month after through its Teacher File Box service. TeacherFileBox.com covers grades Pre-K–6, although there are many materials that would be appropriate for differentiated learning environments across higher grade levels. They also allow you to set up lesson plans AND provide answer keys. A friend has used this service and felt it was very cost effective.
Homeschool Share This site provides free unit study plans (ages 4 through 9 or so), lap book plans, and Five in A Row resources.
Tapestry of Grace. Tapestry of Grace is a classical, unit-study approach which guides the whole family though 4 years of study of world history, with an emphasis on western/American history, using primarily good literature. When you finish the 4 years, you merely start again, moving your children to more challenging books. This Christian curriculum covers history, literature, art and music history, church history, philosophy, geography, and writing for all ages. Government is included for the high schooler. While providing the lessons for you, Tapestry does recommend at least an hour of study each week for the parent to prepare for meaningful discussions.