Literature was one of my favorite classes throughout school. I loved reading books and being transported to a different time and place. One that was free of the trials or difficulties I was facing at the time. I loved the classics like Romeo & Juliet and Pride & Prejudice, which is probably why I still love the period movies they make today.
I see the dresses in my mind and they look just like the movies. I dream of what it would be like to live in a simpler time. A time when you lived and worked with people you knew and loved. Everyone helping each other on their farms or to rebuild after a devastating fire. A time when men were expected to court a woman, but only after receiving permission from her father.
Of course, this is the time and place God wanted me, so I will be thankful and trust He knows best. In the meantime, I’m super excited to start sharing some of my favorite books with my own children.
So, I created these Literature Notebooking Pages for Middle and High Schoolers. These can be used for younger children as well, so use them at your discretion. And, since I am a no frill kinda girl, I created these notebooking pages generic enough to use with any book, poem or other literary work.
This pack is a great addition to the other printables included in my Middle & High School Homeschool Planner! With over 55 pages of printable calendars, assignment lists, report helps and more, this planner truly has what your middle and high schooler need to succeed this year!
Included in this Pack
- 29 total notebooking pages
- Literary analysis
- Character Analysis
- Chapter Summary
- Vocabulary Study
- Blank pages
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