Want a fun, Charlotte-Mason-friendly way to teach literary symbolism to your students?
If so, join the royal English children for an adventure. In reading the short, humorous story, you’ll learn that something has gone wrong with symbolism in Grammar Galaxy. The family’s nature hike turns into a very strange experience.
After reading the story, your student will complete a mission to solve the symbolism problem the evil Gremlin has caused. As a result, your student will have both a good understanding of literary symbolism and a good time!
When you download the lesson, you’ll receive a special discount good for future purchases of Grammar Galaxy and you’ll be subscribed to receive a free monthly mission calendar for language arts. Click the button below.
If you’d like to make this lesson even more fun for your students, add nature study that goes along with the Grammar Galaxy lesson. Our Journey Westward has assembled some fantastic free nature study printables that will allow you to take a nature hike just like the royal English family did. Click the button below to claim them!
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