Moccasin Trail/Book Reports

March 13, 2010 at 3:42 pm 2 comments

My daughter did an extra special job for me to convince me to give her a new book to read. She knows they are there on the shelf waiting for the time to come to study each topic. So I caved in and gave her Moccasin Trail to read a little ahead of schedule.

She could read a novel a day, or two (books not days). I can’t keep up with her. I preread books that go with our school but not always the extra books. (She’s reading The Bobbsey Twins and Rover Boys series online at the moment.) I read Moccasin Trail when we got it last summer. I made up these questions for her back then and we’re just getting to it now.

cover

vocab--she had to write in definitions; I had typed the sentence from the book

The Bourgeways--what did Jim think of them, how did his attitude change, and a comprehension question

Debt

John 10:10 and relating it to the book and to the story of Joseph

Here’s the download link for these pages: Moccasin Trail

I don’t read books aloud to my daughter. She can’t stand waiting that long to finish a book. She sits down to start a book and if she can help it, doesn’t get up until she’s finished the book. She’s the quiet type so I like giving her something to write to respond to a book to help start a discussion about it.

Here’s my plain old book report form I give her when I don’t have anything else. She reads too many books to do bigger things for each one. This would work for any novel.

Here’s the plain book report download link: Book report form

Sometimes we do lapbook type book reports you can see those at the following links:

Because of Winn Dixie

True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle

The Tale of Despereaux

All of those downloads can be found on the Free Stuff! page

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Tracey  |  March 16, 2010 at 3:50 pm

    Thank you for sharing these books! My daughters read voraciously and I am constantly seeking good books for them to read. I know my nine-year-old will love Moccasin Trail!

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  • 2. Jimmie  |  April 12, 2010 at 3:34 pm

    Moccasin Trail is an excellent book! And it’s especially good for TCKs. I loved the whole cultural thing — was he Indian or Anglo? Sprite and I could really relate to the struggle.

    Reply

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