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This is a two-week literature study for the book titled The Bronze Bow, by Elizabeth George Speare. It is set in the time of Jesus: Daniel changes after his encounters with Jesus. The mini-guide for The Bronze Bow includes:vocabulary words and exercisesdiscussion questionsreading activities: character web, idiom, allusion, theme, syllogism, simile, compare/contrast, debate, descriptive writing, alliteration, gerundswriting activitieslife applications/Biblerelated information and activitiesweb li
This mini-guide is a two-week study of the book titled Rifles for Watie, by Harold Keith. In this book set during the Civil War, 16-year-old Jefferson D. Bussey learns that there is more to war than honor and glory. The guide contains:extensive vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: acting out scenes, creating a list, reading background information, narration, sequence, dialect, critical thinking, idiom, circle diagrambakingwritingrelated activitieslife applicationsa cros
This is a two-week literature study for the book titled The Hiding Place, by Corrie ten Book. The Hiding Place relates the true story of a woman who lived her faith -- despite tremendous costs. The mini-guide contains ten sections that include:vocabulary words and exercisesdiscussion questionsreading activities: idiom, suspense, viewpoints, alliteration, metaphor, personification, critical thinking, theme, compare/contrastlife applications/Biblerelated activitiesweb linksa crossword puzzlean an
This is a two-week literature guide for the book titled The Golden Goblet, by Eloise Jarvis McGraw. In this book, which is set in ancient Egypt, a boy named Ranofer dreams of becoming a goldsmith. After the death of his father, Ranofer's goal is thwarted by his evil half-brother. This guide contains:vocabulary words and exercisesdiscussion questionsreading activities: characterization, metaphor, idioms, comparison and contrast, alliteration, effect and cause, simile, antonyms, prediction, ti
This is a mini-guide (a two-week literature study) for the book titled The Hiding Place, by Corrie ten Boom. The Hiding Place relates the true story of a woman who lived her faith -- despite tremendous costs. The mini-guide contains ten sections that include: vocabulary words and exercisesdiscussion questionsreading activities: idiom, suspense, viewpoints, alliteration, metaphor, personification, critical thinking, theme, compare/contrastlife applications/Biblerelated activitiesweb linksa cr
This is a two-week literature study for the book titled Mara Daughter of the Nile, by Eloise Jarvis McGraw. In this exciting book set in ancient Egypt, Mara becomes a double spy. The mini-guide contains: vocabulary words and exercisesdiscussion questionsreading activities: sarcasm, physical setting, irony, opinion/fact, metaphors, point of view, alliteration, similes, motives, sequence, narrationlife applications/Biblerelated activitiesweb linkstwo crossword puzzlesan answer keyactivities that m
This is a two-week literature guide for the book titled The Golden Goblet, by Eloise Jarvis McGraw. In this book, which is set in ancient Egypt, a boy named Ranofer dreams of becoming a goldsmith. After the death of his father, Ranofer's goal is thwarted by his evil half-brother. This guide contains:vocabulary words and exercisesdiscussion questionsreading activities: characterization, metaphor, idioms, comparison and contrast, alliteration, effect and cause, simile, antonyms, prediction, ti
This is a two-week literature study for the book titled Adam of the Road, by Elizabeth G. Vining. The book is a work of historical fiction about a boy who searches for his father and his dog in 13th century England. The guide contains: vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: rhyme scheme, the number 3, alliteration, matching, cliffhanger, sequence, allusion, simile, descriptive writingrelated activitiesgamescookingwriting exerciseslife applications/Bibleweb linksa crossword
This is a two-week literature study for the book titled The Bronze Bow, by Elizabeth George Speare. It is set in the time of Jesus: Daniel changes after his encounters with Jesus. The mini-guide for The Bronze Bow includes: vocabulary words and exercisesdiscussion questionsreading activities: character web, idiom, allusion, theme, syllogism, simile, compare/contrast, debate, descriptive writing, alliteration, gerundswriting activitieslife applications/Biblerelated information and activitieswe
This is a two-week literature study for the book titled Johnny Tremain, by Esther Forbes. In this book, a young apprentice silversmith is caught up in the danger and excitement of Boston in the 1770s. The guide contains: vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: personification, similes, alliteration, characterization, idioms, metaphors, summarization, repetition, allusions, poetry (sonnets and couplets), literary map, quote gamerelated activitiesdrawing opportunitiesweb l
This is a mini-guide (a two-week literature study) for the book titled The Winged Watchman, by Hilda van Stockum. In this book, a Dutch family helps the Resistance during World War II. The guide contains:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: alliteration, map work, themes, problems, similes, idioms, effect/cause, rhyme pattern in poems, suspense, metonymy, allusion, plantsrelated activitieslife applications/Bibleweb linksa review puzzlequestions and activities that are ab
This is a mini-guide (a two-week literature study) for the book titled A Single Shard, by Linda Sue Park. In this book, Tree-ear, an orphan in 12th century Korea, desires to become a potter, but finds obstacles in his way. The guide contains:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: narration, drawing, similes, creating a list, completing a sentence, personification, creating a riddle-question, repetition, alliteration, themerelated activitiesmap worklife applications/Biblea
This is a two-week literature study for the book titled The Witch of Blackbird Pond, by Elizabeth George Speare. In this book, Kit travels from Barbados to the Colony of Connecticut in 1687 to live with her aunt's family. Kit finds life in New England very different from her former life. The guide includes:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: idiom, drawing conclusions, math, time setting, similes, critical thinking and syllogisms, alliteration, sarcasm, story triangle,
This is a mini-guide workbook (a two-week literature study) for the book titled In His Steps, by Charles Sheldon. In this book, a pastor and his congregation ask -- for the first time in their lives -- "What would Jesus do?" The book is available to read online:In His Steps from Gutenberg The guide includes:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: fill in a character chart, similes, create a list, effect/cause, year-review, plot diagram, compare/contrastwriting opportunitie
This is a two-week literature study for the book titled Twice Freed, by Patricia St. John. This historical fiction book relates the biblical story of the slave Onesimus (from the book of Philemon). The guide contains ten sections; the following are included in the sections:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: critical thinking, setting, similes, alliteration, possessive nouns, map work, facts, extension information (about the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World) cause/eff
This is a two-week study for Part 1* of Little Women**. Little Women, by Louisa May Alcott, is the classic story of four girls growing up during the Civil War era. *Chapters 1-23 form Part 1; chapters 24-47 form Part 2. A number of activities for Part 2 are included at the end of the guide.**You may take longer to read/study this book if you choose. Most sections contain three chapters of reading, but the questions/activities are divided by chapter. This guide contains: vocabulary exercisesd
This is a mini-guide (a two-week literature study) for the book titled Caddie Woodlawn, by Carol Ryrie Brink. In this book, tomboy Caddie and her brothers enjoy adventures in Wisconsin in 1864. The guide includes:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: three characters, similes, metaphor, alliteration, allusion, personification, effect/cause, storytelling, story map, "what if" questions, predictions, symbols, diagram the development of a character, creative ending, read a s
This is a mini-guide (a two-week literature study) for the book titled Rascal, by Sterling North. In this book, Sterling raises a baby raccoon during World War I. The guide contains ten sections; these components are included:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading/writing activities: write 1-2 sentence chapter summaries, read sonnets, write a one-paragraph summary, fill in a chart, compare/contrast, fill in an outline, describe an incident and the peace treaty, alliteration, read a re
This is a mini-guide (a two-week literature study) for the book titled Otto of the Silver Hand, by Howard Pyle. In this book, Otto must -- after a childhood in a monastery -- return to his father's warring household. The guide contains:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: color/sound words, alliteration, antonyms, map work, similes, illustrations, character diagram, read historical information, onomatopoeia, fill in pro/con charts, formulate a conclusion, write a sentenc
This is a mini-guide (a two-week literature study) for the book titled Crispin -- The Cross of Lead, by Avi. In this book, a poor boy named Crispin is persecuted in 14th century England. The guide includes:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: protagonist/antagonist, setting, similes, allusion, alliteration, fill in a chart about types of monks, suspense, create a list, syllogisms, adjectives, plot diagram, mosaic, write a short sequel, clock activity for canonical hour
This is a two-week literature guide for the book titled Mara, Daughter of the Nile, by Eloise Jarvis McGraw. In this exciting book set in ancient Egypt, Mara becomes a double spy. The mini-guide contains: vocabulary words and exercisesdiscussion questionsreading activities: sarcasm, physical setting, irony, opinion/fact, metaphors, point of view, alliteration, similes, motives, sequence, narrationlife applications/Biblerelated activitiesweb linkstwo crossword puzzlesan answer keyactivities that
This is a mini-guide workbook (a two-week literature study) for the book titled Crispin -- The Cross of Lead, by Avi. In this book, a poor boy named Crispin is persecuted in 14th century England. The guide includes:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: protagonist/antagonist, setting, similes, allusion, alliteration, fill in a chart about types of monks, suspense, create a list, syllogisms, adjectives, plot diagram, mosaic, write a short sequel, clock activity for canonic
This is a mini-guide (a two-week literature study) for the book titled Moccasin Trail, by Eloise Jarvis McGraw. In this book, Jim works to adjust to family life after living with Indians. The story is set in 1844 in Oregon Territory. Eloise Jarvis McGraw was awarded a Newbery Honor Medal for the writing in this book. The guide includes:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: antonyms, map work, simile, metaphor, idiom, alliteration, repetition, vivid description, personi
This is a mini-guide (a two-week literature study) for the book titled The Winged Watchman, by Hilda van Stockum. In this book, a Dutch family helps the Resistance during World War II. The guide contains:vocabulary activitiesdiscussion questionsreading activities: alliteration, map work, themes, problems, similes, idioms, effect/cause, rhyme pattern in poems, suspense, metonymy, allusion, plantsrelated activitieslife applications/Bibleweb linksa review puzzlequestions and activities that are abl

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