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Reading The Trumpet of the Swan at Bedtime

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Bedtime has become really fun lately once we introduced the novel ” The Trumpet of the Swan” by E.B.White! I had never read it before, and every page is just as exciting and new for my daughter as it is for me. It really has a wonderful story line, with subjects that interest my daughter very much.

We read Charlotte’s Web last summer, and we very much enjoyed that one, it was near and dear to my daughter’s heart. Soon after I read it to her, I searched other books similar to it and found a few. This was one of them, and she likes very much to read about animals, who talk and do interesting things, and this book sure has that.

I wanted to create a fun Learning Resource Post for you today if you and your kids pick up this book anytime soon. Plus, keep reading, as I have since updated this post, and created a beautiful Novel Study Guide for this book we loved so much!

 

 

 

YouTube Videos about Swans, Eggs & Nests

Free Printables for you to Download:

Unit Study about The Trumpet of the Swan:

 

Links for Free Coloring Pages, Book Report Pages for any book:

History about the Main Settings in the Story:

 

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If you would like to take your Trumpet of the Swan Learning to the next level, I have recently written an Art & Study Guide for this novel, that my daughter and I read 4 years ago, at the beginning of our homeschool journey. Check it out here or click on the photo below:


“I saw a pair of trumpeter swans today on a small pond east of camp. The female has a nest with eggs on it.” – E. B. White

 

Curriculum Review by @with.strength.and.dignity on Instagram.

Read the classic novel The Trumpet of the Swan by E. B. White, with your kids this year along side our NEW Art + Baking Study Guide with the Build Your Masterpiece Class! Go on a #readpaintcook journey through North America, and learn all about trumpeter swans, what it means to be unique like Louis, who is unable to speak and so much more. How does he tell the one other swan how he feels? Our study is filled with nature-based learning, life lessons, geography, traditional recipes, art projects and more for you and your kids to enjoy while reading this classic novel with an art and baking twist!

“This guide is really so lovely! The coloring pages and activities are all wonderful! And all the recipes look amazing!! I think we might need to ‘test’ out some recipes while we’re waiting for our book to arrive in the mail.” – Elizabeth, USA

Follow us on Instagram, @build_your_masterpiece_class and @scissors.and.glue too to see more of our curriculum in action, and inspiration for your homeschool.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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