Land that I Love: The Southwest

(2 customer reviews)


Six weeks of pre-made Morning Time plans based on the culture of the northeast region of the United States. Bring beauty (and fun!) to your homeschool with poetry, fine arts, nature study, good books, and so much more — all prepared for you with your choice of a grid or loop schedule to follow.


We took all the hard work out of planning Morning Time!

The plans include six weeks of Morning Time activities all based on the culture of the southwestern region of the United States.

Designed for grades 1-9 the plans can easily be adapted to include preschool to adult age groups.

Topics and subjects included in these plans are:

  • Handicrafts – Rope Making, Knots, Sculpture, Weaving
  • Geography – map drill of region
  • Folk songs – songs from the region
  • Culture – music, art appreciation, poetry, festivals, events, and art projects
  • People and places
  • Nature study
  • Folklore of the region
  • Picture books – fabulous selections to accompany the subject areas
  • Read Alouds – two great chapter books scheduled for you to choose between

The lesson plans are designed for ease-of-use for new Morning Time Moms and veterans alike. They feature:

  • Intro material with tips and instructions for doing all the subjects
  • A weekly grid that schedules each subject for you daily
  • OR a loop schedule laying out all the subjects and activities to be done — just do the next thing(s) each day
  • A blank grid to add your own subjects or resources to the plan if you want
  • Printable booklist to take to the library
  • Copies of poems to print for your family and art prints for picture study

Click to download the sample of the Morning Time plans here.

The sample contains a smattering of pages from the intro, an example of a printable booklist page, printable poem page, weekly grid, and loop schedule page.

What are you waiting for? Have the Morning Time you always wanted, without the stress, prep, and planning!

2 reviews for Land that I Love: The Southwest

  1. Rachael Monreal

    We are currently using this plan as part of the annual subscription. It is very thorough, and more than enough for a social studies program for any elementary student. The literature is top notch, and the songs and art are all what I have come to expect from Pam and the team at YMB. We chose to focus in on our state first, and I plan to come back and do all the LTIL plans once we finish our deep dive in the SW.

  2. Kelsey Da Silva

    Our family has an 11yo, 8yo, 2yo are using this plan in conjunction for a Texas state study and as we’re planning for a trip to California shortly.

    The quality of book resources helped our family explore the Alamo recently with more peace that I didn’t have to haphazardly hunt different sources for. It was like reading the plaques of different pieces at the museum in a more relatable way to the kids.

    Be sure you have access to a library with a wide range of potential older published books, ILL, or budget for books you love.

    We are using this Morning Time plan as a part of the subscription.

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