- Course type: Self-paced
- Available Lessons: 15
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
- New lessons are still being added
Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1Laura Ingalls Wilder Lesson for Kids: Biography & Facts
Course SummaryHelp your elementary students review the book ''On the Banks of Plum Creek'' with this fun and convenient study guide course. Available at any time, this course contains entertaining lessons and quizzes that can help your student catch up in class and prepare for exams on the novel.
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About This Course
This collection of bite-sized and kid-friendly lessons breaks down the most important literary elements of the novel On the Banks of Plum Creek by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Your students will get an overview of the book's setting, plot, quotes and vocabulary, as well as a fun look at the novel's major and minor characters. The course comes with lesson quizzes and chapter exams to help your students remember the literary terms and topics they study. Our expert instructors are also available to answer any questions your students may have.
How It Works
- Using the course Dashboard, students can locate specific chapters to study, such as the book overview chapter and the character chapter.
- Students can then work through these short lessons and focus on highlighted literary terms.
- The accompanying self-assessment quizzes are designed to reinforce your students understanding of important On the Banks of Plum Creek topics.
- Your students can submit questions to our instructors if they have any questions about the book's setting, characters, plot, etc.
- You can evaluate your students' comprehension of the course material by assigning them the final assessment.
Using the Course
Our instructors have designed these lessons to simplify complex literary concepts and explain them in a way that's easy for elementary students to understand and remember. The course can function as a convenient home tutoring solution, as well as an in-class teaching resource. You'll be able to access the course at any time that's convenient for you and your students.
The course has a variety of functions that can help students, parents and teachers:
- To help students study for exams or complete homework assignments
- To help students catch up or get ahead in class
- To help parents tutor their students at home
- To help instructors supplement their On the Banks of Plum Creek lessons
- To help students have fun while learning about literature
- An overview of On the Banks of Plum Creek
- Characters from the novel
- Teaching resources for On the Banks of Plum Creek
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