Stories of Beowulf Told to Children Unit Study

An illustration of Grendel by J.R. Skelton fro...

An illustration of Grendel by J.R. Skelton from Stories of Beowulf. Grendel is described as “Very terrible to look upon.” (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Copywork

Beowulf Copywork

Sequencing Cards

Beowulf Sequencing Cards

Christian vs. pagan Reference Sheet

Beowulf Christian vs. pagan

Beowulf Chapters 1-3 Notebooking Pages and Vocabulary

Beowulf ch. 1-3

Beowulf Chapters 4-6 Notebooking Pages and Vocabulary

Beowulf ch. 4-6

Beowulf Vocabulary Ch. 4-6

Beowulf Chapters 7-8 Notebooking Pages and Vocabulary

Other Resources

Stories of Beowulf Told to Children

Beowulf Unit Study Activities

Beowulf Poetry Unit Study

How to Make Beowulf Simple

"They carried with them the hideous head ...

“They carried with them the hideous head of Grendel.” An illustration of 4 men carrying the head of Grendel. Marshall, Henrietta Elizabeth (1908). Stories of Beowulf, 63. T.C. & E.C. Jack. Stories of Beowulf-88.jpg (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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