The Burgess Animal Book Study Guide

Burgess Animal BookI’m excited to offer a new FREE study guide for the Burgess Animal Book! We’ve been using it for the last year or so and really enjoying it, so I decided to clean it up and share it with you!

This new guide features lessons that have a variety of options to pick and choose (or use them all) to take the topics deeper and to incorporate more learning styles. Each lesson includes:

  • single chapter readings (either you read or listen to it on audio)
  • introduces the new animal(s)
  • has both the original illustration and/or an updated color photo of the animal
  • additional readings from the Handbook of Nature Study by Anna Comstock (optional)
  • suggested Nature Study Journal entries
  • optional coloring pages (available in separate download or links)
  • and contains additional book suggestions for further enjoyment

The large color pictures and nature journaling have made a big difference in our enjoyment this year. Recording what we remember about each reading has been a fun way to track the differences in families like the rabbits and squirrels. Here are a couple of our journals of the same readings on squirrels:

BAB Journal Pages

Click here to download the free guide: Burgess Animal Book Study Guide

Click here to download the coloring pages: Burgess Animal Book Coloring Pages

Click here to get my free Burgess Bird Book guide/resources: Burgess BIrd Book Study Guide

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3 thoughts on “The Burgess Animal Book Study Guide

  1. mismymo

    Wow! These are great! I’m a grandma and not home schooling, but these are a great resource for me, too! Thanks for your work and for sharing it.

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  2. mismymo

    wow! I looked at both of these. They are fabulous! Great work, Sheila!

    On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 6:05 AM, My Soul Doth Delight… wrote:

    > sheraz2011 posted: “I’m excited to offer a new FREE study guide for the > Burgess Animal Book! We’ve been using it for the last year or so and really > enjoying it, so I decided to clean it up and share it with you! This new > guide features lessons that have a variety of options” >

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