Have a love for classical literature? Looking for fun hands-on literature unit studies for your elementary-level students? Look no further!

Each of my classic literature unit studies contains educational lessons, hands-on activities, comprehension questions, and a fun lap book that your students will work on as they progress through the book. They also include book reports, vocabulary, critical thinking, story timelines, and comprehension questions. These studies are geared towards grades Kindergarten-4th, but can probably be adapted for older students as well.

Classic Literature Mega Pack Volume 1

(Volume 1 is geared towards younger students and includes recipes, arts & crafts, and fun projects.)

Classic Literature Mega Pack Volume 2

Classic Literature Mega Pack Volume 3

Classic Literature Mega Pack Vol. 4:


    1. Hi Victoria,
      The books for Volumes 2 & 3 are all Classic Starts version which are great for early elementary students, I usually say kinder – 4th or 5th. I would read out loud to a kindergartner or first grader probably. The books in Vol. 1 are a bit of a mix between Classic Starts and original unabridged versions. There are links to the book used in each of my downloads under the “materials needed” so you know which version it is. And no, I’m sorry, right now I don’t offer them printed at this time.

  1. Is it necessary to use the Classic Starts version of all titles with this curriculum or could you substitute an unabridged version when appropriate for your reader?

    1. i Michelle,
      Some of the units use the original versions, there are links in each one telling you which version I used. You can certainly use a different version than what I did for most of the Vol. 1 books, but the others have comprehension questions that are directly associated with each specific chapter. So if you use a different version they may not line up properly. That doesn’t mean you can’t figure them out with a little of prep work on your part though 🙂

    1. They’re all different lengths depending on the chapter count in the books. I would say we spend about 20 minutes a day or so. I assign out 1 chapter per day, then the coordinating mini-book and comprehension questions.

  2. Hi Erica,
    Just curious as to whether the literature guides also compare and contrast secular world views with Christian world view, and or incorporate Biblical principles and scripture, like Progeny press and others do? Thank you.

    Shawn Garry
  3. Hi Erica,

    I have really enjoyed using your Literature lapbooks with my son. I am looking ahead to next year when he will be in 6th grade. What literature units do you use with your middle schoolers? Do you still use the lap books? I’m worried he will feel next year that they will be too young for him.

    1. My Percy Jackson and Rats of Nihm are Middle school level books. I’m looking to add more, just haven’t had time! 🙂 For literature for the older kids we’ve been using Book Shark because we get it free from our options program.


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