FREE Literature Study Guides for Your Homeschool

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Did you know you can find tons of Literature Study guides online for FREE?

I was blown away at all of the Literature Study Guides that I have found online and they are all FREE! This is a great resource to help create a solid literature curriculum with your kids without having to purchase an extra guide. Most classic literature is available free on the public domain too! You can have them read the books and complete the study guides to go along with each book and save a lot of money!

Great Study Guides on Specific Books:
Beowulf Resources and Study Guides by Amys Wandering
Anne of Green Gables Study Guide by 7 Sisters
Frog and Toad Are Friends Literature Guide and Lapbook by 123 Homeschool for Me
Conversations Around the Lamppost ~ a study guide to the Chronicles of Narnia
World for Learning Study Guide to Around the World in 80 Days

Freely Educate has found 3 FREE Illustrated Shakespeare Study Guides for Romeo and Juliet,  Macbeth and Much Ado About Nothing. These look really cool!

Amazing Websites that offer Study Guides:
Bibliomania has over 100 FREE Study Guides located under their Study Tab
Novelguide has a HUGE list of  guides that are similar to cliff notes. You can also use their search bar to type in what you are looking for.
Teacher Vision has FREE Literature Guides and Literature Worksheets! They are broken down by genre, AND grade level! This is a great resource!

Millstone Education has World Literature Units broken down by grade level! This is VERY handy:
K-3 World Literature Units
4-7 World Literature Units
8-12 World Literature Units

Sparknotes offers all of their Sparknote Lit guides to read free online!

Literature Study Blog Posts:
FREE Homeschool Deals has a great article on How to Write Your Own Study Guide with a free download!

If you are interested in learning about a specific author of a book you love you may enjoy these FREE Author Study Printables from Homegrown Hearts Academy

Harmony Fine Arts has a great post on Notebooking with Living Books for highschoolers. I love the ideas and concepts she has. You can use these alongside any book and study guide to create your own notebook of the book.

FREE Literature Unit Study Notebooking Printables

FREE Pathways – Language Lessons Through Literature (Preschool Level!)

Check out our other post on over 70 FREE Literature Study Guides listed in alphabetical order by guide!

Written by Sarah


Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Granola Mama to 4 children ages 16-5. She is a Charlotte Mason style homeschooler and has been homeschooling for 13 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, Coffee and Green Smoothies!

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