Who doesn’t love reading about medieval times? And what better way to immerse yourself in a momentous historical time period than with a novel by G. A. Henty? I’m excited to release my third study guide in a series, based on a Churchill-Henty world history: Wulf the Saxon: A Tale of the Norman Conquest!
Explore the exciting events surrounding William the Conqueror and his invasion of England in 1066. Learn about Edward the Confessor, Saxon England, Westminster Abbey, the Saxons and the Normans, and the short reign of King Harold of England.
With my 59-page Wulf the Saxon study guide, the medieval world of Duke William and King Edward comes alive in the book Wulf the Saxon, a thrilling novel by G. A. Henty. I have explored the rabbit trails, collected video links, and listed numerous hands-on activities for students in any educational setting to enjoy.
Included in the study guide to the unabridged novel:
- library list
- language arts resources
- maps and geography work
- links to projects, printables, and videos
- suggestions for many extra activities
Print the guide or use it on your handiest device, or both!
This guide is suitable for classrooms, homeschool families, and homeschool co-ops. The story and the activities are great for upper elementary through high school students.
I can’t wait to hear about your use of this study guide. If you purchase, please come back and leave a comment!
Nicki Truesdell is a 2nd-generation homeschooler and mother to 5. She is a homemaker at heart, and loves books, freedom, history and quilts, and blogs about all of these at nickitruesdell.com. She believes that homeschooling can be relaxed and that history is fun, and both can be done with minimal cost or stress, no matter your family’s circumstances. Nicki is a Board Member of Texas Home Educators. You can follow her on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.