FREE Unit Studies and Printables for the Most Loved Books: Peter Pan



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This is the sixth post in our Favorite Classic Literature Series.

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Many homeschool families love incorporating classic literature books into their homeschool lessons. My hope is that you can enjoy wonderful books in your reading time and have lots of educational printables to turn the book into a great unit study!

This week we are covering Peter Pan!
First composed as a play in 1904 and subsequently as a novel in 1911, James Matthew Barrie’s “Peter Pan” is one of the greatest fantasy tales ever written. Everyone has seen the classic Disney movie, but have you read the original book?

FREE Printables, Lesson Plans and Unit Studies for Peter Pan:

Lesson Plans and Literature Studies:
Peter Pan Literature Study from Enotes:
Summary
Themes
Characters
In Depth Analysis
Multiple Choice Quizzes

Peter Pan Lesson Plans and Teacher Resources from Lesson Planet:
Fairy Dictionary
Finding Captain Hook’s Treasure
The Adventures of Peter Pan Study Guide
World Fairy Day Worksheet

Printables:
Peter Pan Reading Comprehension Worksheet
Who is Peter Pan? Character Worksheet
Peter Pan Analysis Worksheet
Peter Pan Crossword Puzzle
Peter Pan Printable Bookmarks
Peter Pan and Captain Hook Notebooking Page
Can You Draw Peter Pan?
Visualizing and Drawing Neverland Worksheet
Captain Hook Coloring Page
Peter Pan Coloring Page

FREE Peter Pan Printable Quotes from Okie Home
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Hands on Activities for Peter Pan – make shadow puppets and learn about shadows and silhouettes.
Hands-on Activities for Peter Pan

Peter Pan takes place in London, here are some fun London Unit Study resources:
Tour London with Peter Pan with the Fairy Tale Traveler. Explore Neverland with Peter Pan in London, Kensington Gardens. There are beautiful photos of the gardens and the Peter Pan statue.

Royal Parks Kensington Gardens Website – explore the gardens online and learn about the history of the Peter Pan Statue.

Learn about the classic clock tower from the book by exploring the Big Ben Parliament Website.

Written by Sarah

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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