The Golden Goblet by Eloise Jarvis McGraw is a book that every kid simply MUST read. Here is a free homeschool unit study lesson plan for you.
The Golden Goblet FREE Unit Study
This book is about an orphaned 12-year-old boy named Ranofer who is left to be taken care of by his half-brother, Gebu. You can find the book on Amazon (the links in this post are affiliate links, by the way, thank you for letting me refer you! See my disclosure for more information).The Golden Goblet is set in ancient Egypt around 1400 B.C., and tells the story of a young Egyptian boy named Ranofer who tries to reveal an evil crime and reshape his life. This story will teach life lessons of making good decisions even when times seem difficult. If you haven’t read this yet, you are missing out!
As part of the educational unit study for The Golden Goblet, we must learn to go behind the book and create a lesson plan based on reading this book. Isn’t that our job as homeschool parents? Well, read on to gather up some wonderful *free* resources about The Golden Goblet so that you can plan your next reading curriculum on this must-read book.
So what supplements are available for The Golden Goblet?
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With just $10 (NOT FREE, sorry – but this looks good) you can get this literature study guide for The Golden Goblet to increase your reading curriculum.
If you want a little downtime while still having your students learn the vocab from The Golden Goblet, try printing this free crossword puzzle.
What’s a little learning from the book without teaching a little bit about Ancient Egypt? Click here for editable labels for adding some fun to a study on Ancient Egypt.
You can have your student take thisto see what they took in when reading The Golden Goblet.
When all is said and done, you can use these extension activities from the Scholastic Teacher Store to have your child think deeper about The Golden Goblet.
Kids truly enjoy having learning be a fun experience. The Golden Goblet offers a wide range of ways you can incorporate fun into your reading curriculum. Since it’s based in Ancient Egypt, there are many cultures to review and have fun with when you take the time to use some of the free unit study resources shared above.