Literature Based Study Guide and Lapbook: The Courage of Sarah Noble

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Literature Based Study Guide and Lapbook: The Courage of Sarah Noble

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As we continue in our homeschool journey I continue to make more printables to enrich my kids education. With Goofy entering 2nd grade in the fall it is time to start studying some great literature more in depth. The Courage of Sarah Noble is a wonderful historical fiction that helps kids understand more about colonial times.
The Courage of Sarah Noble Literature Study Guide for Homeschoolers and Lapbook

The Courage of Sarah Noble is a wonderful historical fiction that helps Kindergarten - 3rd Graders get a glimpse of what life was like in Colonial America.  The story can be read aloud or 2nd & 3rd graders can read it themselves. There are some brown, black, and white illustrations throughout to help young readers picture the story.

You will need to purchase or borrow the book for the study:


The Courage of Sarah Noble Study Guide (33 pages)

Story Synopsis
Extension Ideas
Vocabulary
Timeline
Reading Comprehension Questions by chapter
The Courage of Sarah Noble Literature Study Guide for Homeschoolers and Lapbook

The Courage of Sarah Noble Lapbook

Includes major themes from the story like:
  • Labeling Original 13 Colonies
  • Colonial Food
  • Quilts
  • Connecticut Forest Animals
  • Mini-book of Trees
  • Life of a Paugusette Native American


2 comments:

  1. I don't use Pinterest, and it seems the only way I can purchase this is by having an account. Help?

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    1. Thanks for letting me know - apparently the pin it button was stopping you from using the checkout function. I have it all fixed now =) No pinterest account needed.

      Thanks, Beth

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