Do you have a fan in your household of the Beverly Cleary book series about Ramona Quimby? I know that our daughter Elizabeth adores this entire series (as well as the movie). I can remember reading this book series when I was in elementary school and getting a great big chuckle out of it. Being a younger sister myself, I could relate to so many of Ramona’s off the wall antics and magical make believe world.
I was beyond ecstatic over the summer vacation when I found the entire Beverly Cleary boxed Ramona book series at our local Costco for a steal of deal. While I will be enjoying reading these chapter books to our daughter Elizabeth this school year, I do not feel that she is quite ready to dive head first into reading them herself just yet.
Being the planner that I am by nature, I decided that while I was reading this book series this school year with Elizabeth that I would create a super fun book study that she can complete on her own in third or fourth grade. This way when she is ready to dive into this book series herself I will be prepared to tie it into our language arts lessons. I will have many more book studies coming out throughout this school year to accompany this book series as well as many others for our favorite books too, so make sure to keep your eyes out for the new releases as I complete them.
This book study guide is designed to go along with the book ‘Beezus and Ramona’ by Beverly Cleary. Here are just some of the learning elements that what you will find included in this book study:
- Creative writing
- Plot analysis
- Reading comprehension
- Comparing and contrasting
- Character Analysis
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