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31 MORE Literature Unit Studies for Great Kids' Books

Last October, I took the challenge to blog all thirty-one days of the month. Although I have to admit that I fell down on the job a few times, I eventually finished my goal, and my 31 Days of Literature Unit Studies were written. These literature unit study posts- which each take a quality children's book and gives ideas for extending that book into a complete unit study- have been wildly popular. In fact, because folks love them so much, I made the posts into a printable eBook that you can get for free here.

Thirty one literature units for kids books
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Because you all seem to love literature unit studies- and I love, love, love them myself- I'm going to write thirty-one more during the month of October. At the end of the month, I'm going to be taking these posts and converting them into printables, as well as adding some other goodies that you can print, and offering them as a digital download. I'm very excited, and I'll let you know when this is ready!

If you want to create your own unit study using the ideas I'm sharing in these posts, but you aren't quite sure how to go about it, you can check out this post that gives five simple steps for creating your own unit studies, along with a free printable to get you started.


Here are the thirty-one great kids' books I'm using to create the awesome unit studies that I'm looking forward to sharing with you. As each unit study post is published, I'll link it up here.

Don't forget to pin this post so that you can find these literature units easily.


We're Going on a Bear Hunt


Literature unit study for we're going on a bear hunt



Literature unit study for the apple and the arrow




Literature unit study for owl at home




Literature unit study for wagon wheels


Literature unit study for sarah, plain and tall




Literature unit study for stuart little



Literature unit study for put me in the zoo



Literature unit study for mouse soup

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Literature unit study for caps for sale



Literature unit study for make way for ducklings



Literature unit study for the little house



Literature unit study for stone soup


Literature unit study for when I was young in the mountains



Literature unit study for Stellaluna



Literature unit study for Owl Moon




Literature unit study for Twice Freed



Literature unit study for Katy and the Big Snow



Literature unit study for Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening



Literature unit study for The Story about Ping




Literature unit study for The Story of Ferdinand



Literature unit study for Andy and the Lion


Literature unit study for Alexander and the Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day



The Tale of Despereaux


Literature unit study for The tale of Despereaux



Literature unit study for Snowflake Bentley



Literature unit study for The Art Lesson



Literature unit study for Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears



Literature unit study for The Little House on the Prairie



Literature unit study for The Whipping Boy



Literature unit study for The Magician's Nephew



Literature unit study for Harold and the Purple Crayon










I hope that you and your kids enjoy these literature units! Let me know what you think,

Literature unit studies for kids




6 comments:

  1. What a great idea for a series! Some wonderful books on your list. I look forward to following along!

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    1. Thank you! I think it's going to be fun!

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  2. Many of these are my favorites! The Apple and the Arrow somehow slipped by me. I'll have to check it out. Thanks for sharing at the #LMMLinkup. We're looking forward to you joining us as a host!

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    1. Thank you! I'm looking forward to as well.

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  3. Sooo Wonderful!!! Can not thank you enough!! ^_^

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