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While organizing a local homeschool book club, I had the hardest time ﬁnding a free study guide for the book, Anne of Avonlea. My readers are generally ages 9 and up. Thus, the study you will ﬁnd below will be geared towards the younger ages. A few things to note: 1. This study is from a Christian perspective and ties in bible verses. 2. You will notice that the children using this study guide are asked to ﬁnd a speciﬁc location on the map more than once. This is to not only get them more in the habit of using maps, but get them more familiar with the areas that are being talked about. We all know that doing things more than once helps us remember them. 3. It is highly possible that I have missed some words that should be looked up or missed out on some questions that you think should be asked. I do apologize for this. If you have anything you think would be good to add to a future edition, please feel free to email me at email@example.com I have purposely left a few things out that might be a little too much for younger children. 4. All pictures in this study were found in online searches. I do not own rights to any of these pictures. All in all, I hope this is useful for you and your children. Have a blessed day and remember, never stop reading! ~Amanda Kaake
Chapter 1: An Irate Neighbor
Words to Look Up: irate virgil poplars demurred mischief yankee Places to Find on a Map: Prince Edward Island Charlottetown New Brunswick White Sands Questions to Ask: 1. What kind of teacher do you think Anne is? 2. Who is Mr. Harrison and where did he come from? 3. Why did Mr. Harrison get so upset? What did Anne do to help rectify the situation? 4. Who is Ginger and Dolly? 5. Anne seems to have a quick temper. Can you ﬁnd and read a bible verse that talks about being quick to anger? 6. What is a kindred spirit? Activities: Have your very own tea time for a whole week at the same time every day if possible. 7. What is tea time and what countries partake in this lovely tradition? 8. What does “being square” mean? 9. What does “getting into hot water” mean?
Montgomery meant by calling Anne “impulsive Anne”? 6. What is “educating public sentiment”? 3. What is a wooded hollow? 2. What is a “peace offering”? 7. Has there ever been a time when you made a very hasty decision and made a mistake in the process? How about baking a cake and taking it to someone. Activities: Purchase or gather some geranium seeds and plant them.Chapter 2: Selling in Haste and Repenting in Leisure Questions to Ask: Words to Look Up: comrade octogenarian Places to Find on a Map: Carmody New Bridge 1. What kind of ﬂowers does Anne hope to plant? 4. What did Anne see that “spoiled the landscape”? 5. Draw a picture of Anne chasing the Jersey cow. Can’t you just imagine how exhilarating and tiring that must have been while wearing her cumbersome and beautiful dress? . What do you think Ms.
As soon as the parrot saw Anne. At the end of this e-book. What does the bible say about the tongue (in James) and how we need to be careful about what we say? Do you think we should all live like a parrot is riding on our shoulder every day? 4. For older children. Harrison’s dishes in “several waters”? 6. Harrison at Home Words to Look Up: veranda sheepishly quelling resolutely vexed 3. What does “donned his coat” mean? . he said something that was rude and embarrassing to Anne. Choose one of those or make your own. tut”? 5. Who did Anne make friends with by the end of this chapter? Activities: A lot of talk was made about Mr. Why did Anne wash Mr. Mark something yummy out of oats. learn the differences between the different kinds of oats.Chapter 3: Mr. Questions to Ask: 1. What did Mr. there are some recipes for oats that are our families favorites. Why did Ginger not eat the food Anne offered him? 7. Harrison’s oat ﬁelds. Harrison mean when he said “tut. What is a spruce tree? Why do these kind of trees not lose their “leaves” or change color in the fall? 2.
Pick a few places close to your own home and give them new names. Gilbert and Jane all have? 5. What job did Anne. What do you think Anne meant when she said “that fateful morrow”? 2. and Lover’s Lane. all places that she and Diana had named themselves. Have you ever tried ginger tea. What does it mean if someone is cross? 3. What are the “3 R’s”? *Just for moms .Check out The Three R’s by Ruth Beechick. Activities: Anne talks of Violet Vale. Ginger has some amazing health beneﬁts. Willowmere. What is corporal punishment? 4. sugared or fresh ginger? If not.Chapter 4: Different Opinions Words to Look Up: lingering aspirations barbarous earnestness eminently philosophically indignantly tenaciously pessimistic Places to Find on a Map: Newbridge White Sands Questions to Ask: 1. . ask your mother if you can try some this week. Anne drinks ginger tea that Marilla has made for her.
Do you remember who and why they came to visit? 4.Chapter 5: A Full-Fledged School ma’Am Words to Look Up: traversed preceding perceive revised painstakingly commonplace hostile discomﬁt chap innumerable surmounted pallid coquettish commemorate exquisite illumination mechanically admonishing scornfully faltered aristocratic plebeian impertinence waylaid gumption Places to Find on a Map: Newbridge Questions to Ask: 1. For instance for my daughter I might write: tall. bubbly personality. Who is Anthony Pye and why does Anne want to help him? 3. Have you ever memorized something? The bible talks about us hiding God’s word in our heart so we might not sin against Him. On those lines.. What is another name for wild orchids? Activities: Anne was so descriptive when she talked about each child. Now draw little lines coming out from the circle all over the paper. Anne memorized a speech for the ﬁrst day of school. You can also use a thesaurus to ﬁnd more exciting forms of the words you’re using. sandy blonde hair. . Take out a sheet of paper and brainstorm about one or more people in your family. write descriptive words about that person. 2. Write down that person’s name in the middle of the page and circle it. Anne got an unexpected visit from one of the parents.. impressive imagination. etc. sparkling blue eyes. Find a verse today and memorize it.
Charlotte E. What do you think Anne meant when she said “Oh this is a day left over from Eden..Chapter 6: All Sorts of Conditions of Men. Compare the answers and see what you ﬁnd. 6.”? 2.. Do you remember the names of the two books Mrs.. Morgan wrote? If you were to write a book. However. Eliza thought the summer was hot while Catherine thought it was lovely and warm. Do you think it was an honest thing to do? Why or why not? Activities: Go out and canvas your neighborhood. What group was Gilbert Blithe president of? What was the group for? 4. Why is that? Was Anne able to help him? 7.. Anne took advantage of Lorenzo’s good attitude that day. Blair did not come to the door right away when Diana and Anne knocked. what delicious name would you give it? 3. Ask everyone individually how they feel about the weather you are having right now. Mr. how about taking them a homemade treat instead? What a lovely way to show them God’s love! .And Women Words to Look Up: ahtrill myriads pensioners enterprise fortnight laurels conclave reprehensible faltered optimist provocative gingerly indignant trepidation wiles Places to Find on a Map: Prince Edward Island Toronto Montreal Questions to Ask: 1. instead of asking your neighbor for something. What does it mean to “call on” someone? 5.
but it’s sometimes good for us. What is a lumber camp? 5. One day in their household. do you think it is always our duty to tell somewhat what we think they are doing wrong? Look in the bible with your parents and see what God’s word has to say about this. the girls and boys switched chores. Our family enjoys watching the Duggar's from time to time. Spencer thought of his teaching methods.. 3. what would you pick? How would you like to inﬂuence those around you? 4. Gilbert mentions he wants to help add knowledge to the world. . or something different. How about switching off chores with someone in your family for either a day or a whole week. Let each person know how grateful you are for all the work they do for you and your family.in moderation” What do you think she meant by that? Activities: The end of this chapter talks about doing things we may not like to do. If you could pick either of these things.Chapter 7: The Pointing of Duty Words to Look Up: fancies wayward scornful toleration aggrieved pervaded monotonous vivid assented Questions to Ask: 1. While in conversation. Peter Blewett thought it her duty to tell Gilbert what Mr. As Christians. sit down with your family and discuss the things you found to be more challenging than what you had imagined. Mrs.. Anne mentioned “it does people good to do things they don’t like. It made for a very interesting day. Anne on the other hand wants to add “some beauty to life” in the form of joy or happiness. When you have completed this task. What reasons does Gilbert give for loving teaching? 2.
If so. Why do you think Rachel called her that? 2. God always loves us! . Davy said "I feel sorry now myself. Who is Matthew's "imported orphan". What do you think was meant when the book talks about Davy and says "The same consideration induced him to submit meekly to the other details of his toilet". "but the trouble is I never feel sorry for doing things till after I've did them." What do you think Davy could do to think more before he acts? Who should he talk to? Aren't you glad that no matter what. do you remember an instance where Anne shrieked in the middle of a quiet room. Can you just imagine the fuss Lauretta must have made when Davy dropped the caterpillar down her back. do you remember what happened? 6. What did Davy have a hard time doing? 3.Chapter 8: Marilla Adopts Twins Words to Look Up: sere nag perpetual albeit hastened novelty placid irreproachably mortiﬁcation demurely comporting forlorn nondescript diversion Questions to Ask: 1." admitted Davy. If you've read Anne of Green Gables. 5. What do you think "mirth and mischief" means? 4.
Lynde is because he doesn’t understand her. What was the lower-road and why didn’t people travel on it at times? 5. What was Davy looking for when he reached down into the well-box? 3. Talk with your parents and see how we should treat people who act this way. for everyone you meet is ﬁghting a hard battle” by Plato. What do you think about that? There is a saying I heard from my mother. Harrison that the reason he does not like Mrs. What do you think she means by that? 4.Chapter 9: A Question of Color Words to Look Up: deliberately avenged taciturn solitude personiﬁed bandbox unmerciful averred quenched mortifying contraries aggrieved indignation animadverted magistrate veered marauding Places to Find on a Map: Carmody Questions to Ask: 1. It says “Be kind. Sometimes people act in ways that we do not think is lovely. What do you think “the muse of tragedy” means? 6. What does the bible say about it? 2. Anne says “everything that’s worth having is some trouble”. What was the horrible disaster that struck that the whole town was talking about? . Anne tells Mr.
Have you ever gone out in God’s creation and had such lovely and overwhelming feelings rush over you? Instead of talking to the nature. Davy mentioned to Marilla that he shouldn’t have to pray until he was old enough to be of importance to God. how about talking to God. Why was Anne so upset about what Davy had done? 3. the creator of nature. What does the bible say about that? Does it say we can’t be useful to God till we’re older? Activities: Get out a sketch book and draw a picture that has something to do with God’s creation. What does the bible say about telling something that isn’t true? Is one lie worse than another? 4. Davy talks about telling “whoppers”. Some people would call those white lies. Anne was talking audibly to the trees. .Chapter 10: Davy in Search of a Sensation Words to Look Up: coquette prima donna banished merriment timid ransacked indicative venture falsehoods boded subdued shamefaced impenitent aghast asservated penance beseechingly skeptical Questions to Ask: 1. thanking him for all the beautiful things he’s created! 2.
in make believe. Can you think of any funny sentences with grammatical errors like this one? Let’s eat Grandpa. Remember. what does it say? Activities: In Paul Irving’s letter.Chapter 11: Facts and Fancies Words to Look Up: monotonous canonized commonplace compositions noontide Questions to Ask: 1. he talks in detail about people and places that do not exist. Can you write a 4-5 paragraph letter to your family explaining a make believe world? It’s your world so make it how you wish. Red the sentence below and ﬁnd out why. Grandpa. or Let’s eat. Anne talks about how she has a favorite student in her class. the sky is the limit! It is very important to use correct grammar. Which letter written to Anne do you ﬁnd the most interesting? Why? 2. Places to Find on a Map: Montreal Newbridge . Does the bible make mention of us having favorites? If so.
Have a day where you pretend you're living back in time. You can also find many of these schoolrooms online. Anne very much enjoyed them.erasofelegance. How about finding a plum puff recipe online and making them.Chapter 12: A Jonah Day Words to Look Up: impertinent swagger icily frigidly provocative mirth stealthily confiscated abashed overawed transfixed hysterics odoriferous disdain unabashed insolently bravado disconsolately impish Questions to Ask: 1.com/cooking/ victorianrecipes. What is a "Jonah day" as Anne calls it? Have you ever had a Jonah day? Isn't it wonderful that tomorrow is always a new day! Activities: Look up what it might be like to go to school in a one room schoolhouse. thus making the others around her feel horrible. How does our bad moods affect those around us? What does the bible say about how we are to act in situations like these? 4.html . Clair late to school? 5. Why do you think an felt like the day was flat. What would it be like? Take pictures if you can and share them with us at the end of the year tea party. If possible. Why was St. Anne was in a horrible mood because she had a horrible toothache. stale and unprofitable even before she got out of bed? 2. What is a coal scuttle? 3. visit a historical place like Greenfield Village or Crossroads Village and visit a one room schoolhouse. Marilla had made some plum puffs and gave them to Anne at the end of her "Jonah day". http:// www.
Anne said that they would wear “rubbers” when going out in the west spring day. What do you think “Anneish philosophy” is? 4. What did she mean by “rubbers”? 3. have your parents help you look them up online.Chapter 13: A Golden Picnic Words to Look Up: practicalities rollicking harrowing blithe sagely perpetrate malicious conscientiously raiment tremulous eloquent athwart minstrel Questions to Ask: 1. If you have time. Anne wanted to change her birthday to the spring. You can ﬁnd recipes for most of the foods made in these books at the below link. write a couple paragraphs about an ideal day in a season of your choosing. have a special outdoors picnic. Have you ever seen elephants ears before? If not. Try to be as descriptive as possible. spring was described so clearly. 2. If the weather is nice. have a special picnic indoors. What was that gift? 5. http://www. Anne and her friends found elephants ears growing in the woods.lmm-anne. although we know that no one can really do that.net/ archives/category/recipes . If not ideal. Activities: In this chapter. What month were you born in and what is so special about that month? Think of at least 3 things about the month you were born in. Anne mentioned the ﬁrst “gift” their day had given them.
Pick one item you really enjoy using and make either a video. . What is a conservative? 5. What is “Providential knowledge”? 2. What did Davy think the catechism meant when it said “preserves”? 7. Most of this chapter has to do with a drug company wanting to post their advertisements on a fence. In previous chapters. ask your parents if you can either purchase or make some. 6.I. Anne mentions Davy has much improved in his _______________________.S.Chapter 14: A Danger Averted Words to Look Up: cumbered Tories curtly meddle catechism marauding popadoured complacent grotesque hubbub reputed indignation eloquently nefarious valiantly vanquished defaced besieged personage genially heiress askance triﬂe Places to Find on a Map: Charlottetown British Columbia Newbridge Questions to Ask: 1. What event was getting ready to take place in this chapter? 4. in such an uproar? Activities: Have you ever tasted plum jam? If not. Marilla has had an ongoing health problem. audio or printed advertisement for that product.V. What had the A. What did the doctors say about her health issues in this chapter? 3. Davy has been quite a handful. Anne said she was a “red-hot” conservative”.
” It seems that today people do a lot less letter writing. we all make mistakes.Friendship IS very beautiful. and we should have a very high ideal of it.. Allan said “True friendship is a very helpful thing indeed.. How about writing a letter to a dear friend of yours..Chapter 15: The Beginning of Vacation Words to Look Up: reengaged beckoned disposition scrupulously lore garret pilgrimage Questions to Ask: 1.” 4. The twins uncle wrote to them. Who did Anne meet along the way to Matthew’s grave? Why was he there? 2. We should regret our mistakes and learn from them. so just put it behind you. Allen. dear. Why do you think Paul said that porridge would be the death of him? 3. . Make sure to use your best penmanship. “Well.. and never sully it by any failure in truth and sincerity. What do you think about this quote from Mrs.. but never carry them forward into the future with us. What did he say in his letter? Will they be going to live with him soon? 8 Activities: Mrs.
decorations you’d like to use and even possibly some lovely background instrumental music. Can you do a single. What does it mean to “dress” a bird? Do you put a dress and lovely shawl on it? Activities: Davy did a double somersault. . Who was planning to come and visit her? 4. What were Anne and Diana hoping to prepare for their honored guest? 5. she did a lot of cleaning and decorating as well. Plan out what you’ll have to eat. double or even triple somersault? Anne was planning out a fancy feast for her soon to arrive company. Anne found out she was to have company.Chapter 16: The Substance of Things Hoped For Words to Look Up: garret heedless vex festal affectation selfpossessed Questions to Ask: 1. plan a special event. Davy was confused about where heaven actually is. Have you ever planned an event for your household? If it’s allright with your mom and dad. What does “apple pie order” mean? 6. what needs to be cleaned. Do you know where heaven is? What does the bible have to say about it? 3. Not only was she making plans on what food they were going to eat. What was the only snack Davy was allowed to have between meal times? 2.
now is the time to execute it. What was the ﬁrst disaster that took place? 6. bluebells. What was Diana afraid she wouldn’t be able to do while Mrs. Morgan was there? What was she afraid she might do? 5. Can you identify these plants? Snowballs. What would you have done in her place? Activities: If you made plans for a dinner party from the above chapters activity. What do you think “toilet rites” are? 4. roses. ferns. 3. What is horsehair furniture? 2.Chapter 17: A Chapter of Accidents Words to Look Up: lustrous placidly antimacassars sheaf dismal veritable bower allusion emanating mute mortiﬁcation shrouded concoct namesake misgivings dolefully forenoon ominously ruefully roguishly Places to Find on a Map: Canada United States Charlottetown Toronto Questions to Ask: 1. peonies and honeysuckle. All in all. Anne made the best that she could out of the situation. Everything seemed to be going so splendidly at ﬁrst when Anne was getting ready the day of the event. .
How did Miss Copp respond when she returned home to ﬁnd an stuck? 6. This deﬁnitely speaks to her character.Chapter 18: An Adventure on the Tory Road Words to Look Up: economical perplexity vantage precarious extricate vehemently pilgrimage lathes tableau Places to Find on a Map: Carmody Newbridge Questions to Ask: 1. What was Anne and Diana’s signal that they needed to speak to one another at once? 3. What ways is your family economical? Can you think of one more thing you could do to be more economical? What does the bible say about Christians being economical? Diana had a nickname of Diana the Faithful. Diana is called “Diana the faithful”. Anne got herself in quite a predicament once again. What was Anne in search of? Did she ﬁnd it? 4. Sit down with your family and try to think of a positive nickname that goes along with each person’s character. What do you think this means. Why do you think she is called that? 5. What do you think cowcumbers are? Activities: It was mentioned that Marilla is economical. . “so wide sometimes is the gulf between theory and practice”? 2.
Why was Gilbert afraid of telling Anne how he felt about her? 6. What features do you have from your mother and father? . Paul got a picture of his “little mother” for his birthday gift. Make sure to eat it next to a cup of good tea. Where did he display it and why did he put it there? 4. Paul asked Anne if she thought he was “wrong in his upper story”.Chapter 19: Just a Happy Day Words to Look Up: advisability restraining endeared consultation scandalized congenial rebukingly sauntered melancholy inscrutable physiognomy limpid palpable virtuously Places to Find on a Map: White Sands Questions to Ask: 1. Who did Anne have tea with and what did she hope to eat for tea? 2. Anne and Paul talk about the features Paul has from both his mother and father. go ahead and make some shortbread today. What do you think that means? 3. what is it? 5. What do you think a bedtick is? Activities: Have you ever had or made shortbread before? It’s most delightful! If it’s ok with your parents. Anne absolutely adores Birch trees. Do you have a favorite plant or tree? If so.
What does the book mean when it says that Anne “compounded” some freckle cream? 5.Chapter 20: The Way it Often Happens Words to Look Up: betimes blithely admonished dulse futility asservated wincey accoutered betook whither copiously veritable auspicious proverbial quarantined betook viands Questions to Ask: 1. It’s very easy to make homemade . What does the bible say about beauty? Does it say it will last? 3. What does it mean to “drink the loveliness in”? 2. How about making something to enhance what God has given you. Davy has been told he’s a very handsome boy and is hoping it stays that way. What does “rising to the occasion” mean? Have you ever had to rise to the occasion? Activities: Anne compounded a cream to get rid of some of the loveliness God has given her. What did Marilla mean when she thought she had “escaped the snare of the fowler”? Places to Find on a Map: New York conversationalist epigrams monopolize incompatible 4.
Have you ever gotten lost before? If so. How did Miss Lavender get her name? 8. what did you do about it? 5. I went to go ﬁnd it again. Who attended school for the ﬁrst time? 2. Anne describes Miss Lavender’s house very well. but realized I had bad directions and have not seen it since. . Anne took the wrong fork in the road and ended up in a place she had never seen before. Get out your drawing supplies and draw Miss Lavender’s home. It’s often said that you associate someone’s name as being nice or not by the way that person acts. It smells lovely. Davy was being a protector. Who is Charlotta the Fourth and what is her real name? 6.Chapter 21: Sweet Miss Lavender Words to Look Up: compact sympathetically interred eccentric prestige irreverent bewilderment dubiously perpetual lances remote rapture peculiar personage handmaiden spinster vexed heedlessness Questions to Ask: 1. Plant some lavender this coming spring if you don’t already have some in your garden. Why didn’t Dora want to go upstairs alone? 4. is easy to grow and comes up yearly on it’s own (perennial). Why did Davy get so upset at Milty? Men are protectors of women in all ways. Why did Miss Lavender call her home Echo Lodge? 7. wasn’t he? 3. What will you do to make your name sound lovely for those who know you? Activities: Miss Lavender’s house sounds so lovely! It reminds me of a lovely and quaint cottage I saw while driving around Ann Arbor.
Anne said Miss Lavender may be one of those people that never grow old. Marilla told Davy to not pull anymore feathers from the chickens. What happened to Davy and Dora’s uncle? 5. What do you think she means by that? 2. All Mrs. Where is “out west”? 3. What did they think about living at Green Gables forever? .Chapter 22: Odds and Ends Words to Look Up: peculiar insight slandered exert indulged consumption executor Places to Find on a Map: England “the States” Questions to Ask: 1. Why did Davy want the feathers? 4. Lynde’s children live out west.
Miss Lavender says "Some are born old maids. . Lavender? Activities: Anne and Miss Lavender had made some peanut candy. What does the bible say about loving someone? Does it say we are to not forgive them and "make them pay" till our bad mood is over? 5. and some have old maidenhood thrust upon them. Miss Lavender wishes to be 17 again. ore the recipe at the end of this ebook in the Recipes and Links section. How did you feel when Paul meant Mrs. use your own recipe. What do you think all this means? 3. Ask your mom if it’s ok to make some peanut brittle. IF it is." What is meant by this? 4. With that. Irving was heart breaking. My grandma made mention to me once that she still feels like she's a girl of 18 but has a body of an old lady. Upon ﬁrst sight of Miss Lavender. some achieve old maidenhood. Anne mentions that Miss Lavender is 17 at heart. what did Anne say she looked like? 2. I am assuming they were talking about something much like peanut brittle. Hearing what happened to Miss Lavender and Mr. What is a "chip off the old block"? 6.Chapter 23: Miss Lavender’s Romance Words to Look Up: dubiously fervent intuition sequestered predictive wittier lamentably traversed candidly concluded reconcile indigestible sedate eaves whimsically meditatively commonplace provoked coquettish predilection simile Questions to Ask: 1.
7. It's very important to know what to do when disaster strikes. What did the A. Davy and Dora got a bit of earth to plant a garden in.V. What was the difference in Davy and Dora's gardens? 4.I. earthquake. have to be happy about despite all the other damage from the storm? Activities: Do you know what to do in the case of an emergency? Talk with your parents and act out what you'd do in case of a fire. . Did anyone or anything get hurt in the storm? If so.S. Why did Anne let school out early? 5. and tornado. Why did Marilla think Anne was risking her life? 3. What are the "Avonlea Notes"? 2. please explain.Chapter 24: A Prophet in His Own Country Words to Look Up: ascribed embody sneer abetted mackintoshes indignant scandalously dispassionately complacently sweltering syntax menacing apertures unabated transformation impassible trifling discrepancy Places to Find on a Map: Charlottetown Prince Edward Island White Sands Questions to Ask: 1. The hail was vicious and thick! What was the smallest size hail that was described? 6.
What were Matthew's favorite ﬂowers? 2. This is the second story in this book where a couple was broken up (one forever) over pride. What do you think "sundry rents and tatters" were? 6. Harrison? 7. Davy said that Mr. Why did Mr. New Brunswick Questions to Ask: 1. What does the bible say about pride? . What is a bandbox? 3. Harrison marry Mrs. Harrison was married? 4. Harrison had shaved even though church wasn't that day.Chapter 25: An Avonlea Scandal Words to Look Up: sorroly lament idle nimbly surmounted beﬂowered beplumped proverbial matrimonial masquerading jubilantly indignantly delicacy cantankerous raspier mortiﬁed contrary Places to Find on a Map: Scottsford. Why do you think some men only shaved on Sundays? 5. What did you think when you found out Mr.
Lynde? 5. What do you think "newfangled" means? 6. Why was Anne hesitant about leaving Marilla? 4. What does "Turkfashion" mean? Have you ever sat like this before? .Chapter 26: Around the Bend Words to Look Up: unobtrusively betokened ruefully ambitions resignation opined monotonous resignation manse vexed deportment pining bestow Places to Find on a Map: Charlottetown East Grafton Carmody Questions to Ask: 1. How did Anne's students react when they found out she was resigning? 7. Where was Gilbert going? Did Anne follow suite and go to the same place he did? 3. What sad event took place as soon as this chapter started? 2. What were Marillia's plans for Mrs.
Why not try making some pudding from scratch like Marilla would have. Why was Charlotta the Fourth concerned over Miss Lavender? 8. What did Davy want to eat every day? 4. Why caused Paul to fall into the brook at school? 2. Harrison keep in her pantry just for young visitors? 3. What does Mrs. What did Anne and Charlotta the Fourth admire? 7. Why did Paul think it was safe to go with his Grandma’s opinions over Anne’s? 6. . What was Anne hoping to do in order to cheer up Miss Lavender Activities: It’s easy to make instant pudding. Where did Anne and Paul go together? 5.Chapter 27: An Afternoon at the Stone House Words to Look Up: entreated inroads amiably skeptical gusto queried reverie presentiment unwholesome dyke transmuted alchemists betook elusive evasive potentialities induce disconsolately Places to Find on a Map: England Questions to Ask: 1.
What did Anne compare a blooming love to? 7. What do you think "in prose" means? 8. Anne gave the students a semiannual test.Chapter 28: The Prince Comes Back to the Enchanted Palace Words to Look Up: acquitted infatuation rigmarole colloquial eccentric precepts demure vexed waylaid peregrination unequivocal astar Questions to Ask: 1. If your life were a book. meaning she was ending teaching for now and beginning a new chapter by starting college. Who came to visit Paul and why was he so excited? 6. What does semi-annual mean? 2. what chapters would be in your book. Places to Find on a Map: Newbridge Afghanistan . What did Anne think she had learned from the children? 4. What wonderful thing happened (or was presumed to have happened) at the end of this chapter? Activities: Anne made mention that a "chapter in her life" had closed. How did Anne feel about leaving the school and no longer being their teacher? Do you think she mad mixed feelings about it? 3. Write down at least 3. What did Anne help Miss Lavender make that put a sparkle back in her eye? 5.
. pray for your future spouse. What did he mean by that? . Maybe also read up on what real love is in the bible. The Person I Marry: Things I'll Think Long About Before I Say. At the same time. What did Miss Lavender intend to do with her beautiful stone home after she got married and moved away? 3.he's just Fred Wright". Activities: Have you ever thought about what your future wedding might be like? IF you're mom says it's ok. real love (an action. Anne thought that "while he's nice and jolly.Chapter 29: Poetry and Prose Words to Look Up: foreordained traipsing transﬁguring byronic melancholy pensive seclusion superior 2. giggle and pray for her future spouse. how about having a conversation with her on what the world sees as love. Most importantly. Why was Anne somewhat upset about Diana being in love? 4. There is a lovely book called. Why do you think she said that? For moms . What a tragedy this has become. Following up with character qualities that she should see in a young man she might one day be engaged to. Paul said he didn't want his new mother to be like all the "other" people. There are so many fairy tales that have made many a girl think she has to have those fuzzy feelings all the time or she's not truly "in love".. Moms .If your daughter is older. A marriage that is God-centered is the most wonderful marriage of all and something to really look forward to. This is her time to dream and have fun. go ahead and think of what you might like your wedding to be like and talk with your mother about it. "I Do". it instills the importance of a godly person full of good character. a fancy or a feeling vs. that God will direct you. It's a lovely book that even young children can have read to them. Places to Find on a Map: Boston San Francisco Paciﬁc Coast Spain Questions to Ask: 1.be sure to not squash any of your daughters pre-marriage dreams. never ending). It's your time to be there to listen. Maybe even make a list and start collecting pictures.
Have you ever heard someone say "it's raining cats and dogs"? What does that mean? . Please be careful when looking up the angels . Why was she awoken so early? 5.Some of Raphael’s paintings are nude. Anne had spent the night at Echo Lodge and was awoken very early by Charlotta the Fourth. 1.Chapter 30: A Wedding at the Stone House Words to Look Up: lares penates erstwhile superﬂuous congenial philosophically regime spoil agog vim roused unpropitious rapturously tremulous delectation plunder guerdon Places to Find on a Map: West Grafton Questions to Ask: 6. Have your parent ﬁnd a painting of Raphael's angels (Sistine Madonna) and do a quick lapbook on the artist. What did you think about the ending of this book? Activities: It was made mention that Charlotta looked like one of Raphael’s angels. Where were both Anne and Gilbert moving to? 2. Mom . Why was Charlotta the Fourth in such a tizzy when Anne and Diana arrived? 4. What ﬂowers did Miss Lavender not like. 3. What happened as soon as the happy couple was pronounced man and wife? 7. Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino.make sure children are not around.
Cool and break into pieces. It really makes the cake! It takes the place of frosting. add the egg and butter mixture to the oat mixture and stir well.com/ is another lovely site ﬁlled with all things “Anne”. Let sit for 10 minutes.lmm-anne. 3. Cook over medium heat. Bake at 325 degrees for 35-40 minutes till cake is set. Cut while still warm. stirring occasionally to 240 degrees on a candy thermometer. 8. Pour into a greased cake pan and press down ﬁrmly to make sure bars stay together after they are baked. 6. Granola Bars modiﬁed by Amanda Kaake Ingredients: 4 cups oatmeal 2 cups unbleached ﬂour 1-2 tablespoons ﬂax meal. oats and rapadura. Watch it carefully so it doesn’t burn! 7. Butter 2 cookies sheets and keep them warm. After the 10 minutes is up.net/ archives/ has all kinds of wonderful pictures. you can almost be sure they are posted here. pictures and more. stirring constantly to 300 degrees. Mix together water. 2. You will ﬁnd books. 1 cup water and corn syrup in a 3 quart pan. Bake at 375 degrees for 15-20 minutes or till the top is puffy and soft. C 4. 1 teaspoon of the water and the vanilla.com Ingredients: 1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda 1 teaspoon water 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 1/2 cups sugar 1 cup water 1 cup light corn syrup 3 tablespoons margarine or butter 1 pound shelled and un-roasted peanuts. then add wet ingredients. Mix dry ingredients ﬁrst. Pour 1/2 of the candy mixture onto each cookie sheet and spread out quickly until it is about 1/4 inch thick. mix together the softened butter and eggs in their own separate bowl. 5. 9. 3. Do not brown or they will turn out hard. 4. 5. Links librivox. .anneofgreengables. Remove from heat immediately and stir in baking soda mixture.Recipes and Links Recipes Chocolate Oat Cake modiﬁed by Amanda Kaake Ingredients: 1 cup old fashioned oats 1 1/2 cups boiling water 2/3 cup rapadura. Anne of Avonlea. Cook.org is a great place to listen to Anne of Avonlea being read to you. Mix baking soda. 2. sucunat or demera (I used rapadura aka whole cane sugar) 1/2 cup softened butter 2 large eggs 3/4 cup honey 1 3/4 cups unbleached ﬂour 1 1/4 teaspoon baking soda 1 heaping tablespoon cocoa 1/2 teaspoon sea salt Directions: 1. Stir in butter or margarine and peanuts. Directions: 1. You can also purchase “Anne” items here. recipes and more on the book. Add in the rest of the ingredients and stir well till all ingredients are combined well. It was a great resource to me in making this ebook. 6. While the above mixture is sitting. Grease pan with coconut oil (or your preferred oil) and pour batter in pan. Mix sugar. Make sure to stir very well till everything is totally combined. Peanut Brittle from recipezaar. oat bran or wheat germ (optional) 1/4 cup raw agave nectar (or sugar) 2 teaspoons baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt 3/4 cup olive or coconut oil 3/4 cup honey chocolate chips Directions? 1. 4. 3. 2. Set aside. movies. Optional: I like to sprinkle chocolate chips and chopped nuts on the top. If there’s a recipe in the Anne books. http:/ /www. http:/ / www.
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