In this course, Little Women Online Book Club, we will read through the book Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. As we are reading, we will go on rabbit trails of discovery into history, baking, art, and more.
At the conclusion of the story, we will have a party school to celebrate this classic story.
This online literary guide has everything you need to study the book. This course includes vocabulary, grammar, free-write questions, rabbit trails, and a few project ideas. It is perfect for a month of high school level literature.
**This book club comes with our Nature Journal (a $9.99 value) free to use in the Nature Journaling portion of the book club. You can see samples of it below.
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Adding adventure to the classic novel, Little Women
Here's What You Get with this American Classic Literature Series Book Club for High School
- A Study of a Classic American Literary Classics
- A Study of Literary Elements
- A Party School to Celebrate The Book
- Lesson Plans for Weekly or Monthly Book Clubs
- Writing Instruction of Essays or Fiction Stories
- Grammar, Spelling and Vocabulary Instruction
- Fun elements like Rabbit Trails and Magic Dust
What IS a Family Online Book Club?
Family online book clubs are Teachable courses that guide your student through reading novels while adding optional grammar, spelling, and writing. Each book club is made up of 8 parts that are designed to be a month-long literature study. They are designed for students in high school. Click on any of the pictures below to see the different elements of each book club and how easily you can add adventure to your literature studies.
Several per Lesson
We will go on rabbit trails of discovery. We will hop off the traditional roads of literature studies and meander down paths about pop-culture, history, biographies, poetry, music and more. We will take deep dives into some of the subjects touched on in the book and broaden our minds with new adventures.
Several per Course
We will also bring literature to life by sprinkling a bit of magic dust along the way. These hands-on projects will take us into the book through science, art, games and more. We will touch, see, feel and learn about the book through the activities.
Vocabulary & Grammar
One per Lesson
Every Family Online Book Club includes the chance to learn spelling, vocabulary, and grammar. We will also discuss literary elements found in the book and use our new knowledge for a writing project.
One Per Course
The pinnacle of the Family Online Book Club experience is the Party School! At the end of each literature study, we will celebrate the novel with a party. Invite friends or family over for food and fun! All the ideas for food, decorations, and activities are included.
“They offer solid content in an interesting format that is very easy to use.
“I particularly like the way these Online Book Clubs take advantage of internet resources to enhance the study of novels while also adding activities for family involvement. The inclusion of spelling, grammar, vocabulary, literary analysis, and composition work means that these studies can cover a significant part of a student’s language arts coursework for middle school students and up to a full year of language arts for high school. The best way to use these courses is to think of them primarily as literature courses, with the addition of supplemental work on other language arts skills. In that context, they offer solid content in an interesting format that is very easy to use."
- Curriculum Specialist and Owner of Cathy Duffy Reviews
Commonly Asked Questions
What is the age range for this book club?
The book, Little Women, has topics and activities that would be appropriate for high school.
What happens next?
After you make your purchase, you will receive an email link to the course. You will need to create a username and password, if this is your first course.
How long do I have access to the course?
After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own for the lifetime of Literary Adventures for Kids.
Can my child work through this independently?
Yes, this course is designed for children to complete mostly independently. However, there are parent notes throughout for projects and videos. I recommend parents review the course before their children begin.
Can this be used for more than one child or as a family book club?
Absolutely! We are a homeschooling family, and we encourage all our children to participate in book clubs. Often we will read the book together as a family read-aloud and then work through the rabbit trails and magic dust together.
What supplies will we need?
You will need the books, TLittle Women and Been There, Done That: Writing Stories from Real Life. You may also want a notebook for notes and vocabulary. The project supply list is provided at the beginning of the course. You may choose which projects you will want to do.
What are the dates of the book club?
This is a self-paced course. There are no starting or ending dates. Feel free to use at your leisure.
How long should this book club take my student?
The book club is set up on a lesson by lesson basis. It can take as much or as little time as you and your child feel you want to spend. That said, the original design is for a one-month book study. However, I recommend you choose which projects will be a good fit for your child and not feel obligated to complete all lessons.
Can I use this course with my co-op or school?
Yes. Please contact me at [email protected] for information about school and co-op licensing.
What if I don't like the course?
We understand that not every book or course is the perfect fit. Due to the digital nature of this product, we are limited in how long we can offer a refund. If you don't find that the course fits for your family, please let us know within 5 days of purchase for a full refund. After that time, we will not be able to offer a full refund.
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