FREE Online Science Fiction Classic Literature Books


Science fiction really appeals to some youngsters. If you have a child that loves to read, you know she can quickly plow through books and will probably be looking for more. Check out these free, online Science Fiction Classic Literature Books! There are 50 titles to choose from written by authors such as H.G. Wells, Jules Verne, […]

FREE Character Traits Printable Pack


Help your child to understand that there is so much more to people than meets the eye. This Character Traits Pack is a printable freebie that will draw the contrast between physical and character traits. Your child will enjoy studying literature alongside of it!Click here to download your free printables! Need An Affordable Approach to […]

FREE Online Adventure Literature Books


If you’re running short on money, but need or want your child to read some classic literature, this may be the answer to your prayer! There are well over a hundred adventure book titles of classic literature available for reading online – perfect for the child that reads with an electronic device whether it be on […]

FREE Online Historical Literature Books


What an amazing resource! If you’re looking for resources for historical literature such as Willa Cather’s O Pioneers! or Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin, you’re going to love this! There are over 70 book titles available to read online for free. Think of the money you can save, not to mention the time you’ll […]

FREE Online Literature-based Reading Lessons for 20 Children’s Chapter Books


I love to encourage my children to read, and an easy way to do this is to offer books that will instantly hook their interest.Available for free are these fabulous online literature-based reading lessons are offered for the following books:  Chalk Box Kid, Flat Stanley, Boxcar Children, Surprise Island, Stone Fox, Lily and Miss Liberty, Helen […]

Free Checklist for Creating Your Own Themed Literature Unit


Teaching and discussing literature is one of those subjects that moms of middle schoolers either love or hate. But creating your own literature unit is not that hard! {You do have to read the books, of course!} Tonia from The Sunny Patch has created a free printable checklist to help you create a literature study for any […]

FREE Read Across the USA Geography & Literature Unit


Get a free copy of our Read Across the U.S.A. bundle! This packet has reading suggestions for each state, broken down by grade level and book report forms for several different types of books. A coloring sheet and other fun extras are included, too! CLICK HERE TO SNAG THE FREEBIE NOW! Need An Affordable Approach […]

Literature Freebie-A Look Back at Literature 2015 Edition

A Look Back at Literature

As the year 2015 draws to a close, many of you may think of some of the great books that have been published this year. Some may have become new favorites that you will read again and again. Let’s look back 100 years to books that were available to be read in 1915. How many […]

FREE Character Analysis Chart


If you are studying literature this year, you may be teaching your middle schoolers how to analyze the characters in the books they are reading.Help your middle schoolers to keep track of the characters, relationships, and influence on the plot in the book with this FREE Character Analysis Chart! Download your FREE Character Analysis Chart HERE. Need An Affordable […]