So my kids are obsessed with Pokemon right now. They are getting a huge Pokemon education for sure, but I can't find a Pokemon unit study online. I found one site where the writer showed a few books she got for her kid that were Pokemon-specific, but nothing laid out. I'm wondering if I can make up a Pokemon Unit Study to share with homeschoolers as long as I don't sell it?
Topics would include:
Where to get the best deal on Pokemon cards.
Why not to buy Pokemon cards online.
How to play the game in a nutshell.
Research when and where the Pokemon craze started.
Research the city where Pokemon cards were first manufactured.
Link to a site that lets you make your own Pokemon bingo cards.
Link to a bunch of Pokemon books online that you could also hopefully get at your local library.
Talk about baseball cards and how they are collected but you can't play a cool game with them.
Have a lemonade stand to raise money to buy more Pokemon cards.
More ideas before I toss all this into a free ebook?
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