Take the Pain Out of Learning Cursive with Muggie Maggie
Muggie Maggie is a popular children’s novel written by Beverly Cleary that tells the story of a young girl named Maggie who is struggling to learn how to write in cursive. The book is often used as a teaching tool in elementary schools, but it is also a great choice for a novel study for homeschooling or personal reading.
Muggie Maggie is a great book to use in the classroom
- Muggie Maggie is a classic children’s novel: Muggie Maggie is a classic children’s novel. The book was first published in 1990 and has been a favorite of elementary school students ever since. By using a classic novel like Muggie Maggie, you can expose your child to timeless themes and lessons that are still relevant today.
- Muggie Maggie is relatable: The main character, Maggie, is relatable to many young readers. The story is set in a school environment, and Maggie struggles with a task that many students can relate to, learning how to write in cursive. By reading about Maggie’s struggles and triumphs, students can learn to overcome their own challenges and develop resilience.
- Muggie Maggie teaches valuable lessons: Muggie Maggie is more than just a story about learning how to write in cursive. It teaches valuable lessons about the importance of perseverance, hard work, and self-confidence. Through Maggie’s journey, students can learn about the power of determination and the importance of believing in themselves.
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Muggie Maggie is a classic children’s novel that teaches valuable lessons and is relatable to many young readers. By using this book as a novel study, you can help your child develop important skills and values, such as perseverance, hard work, and self-confidence.
I offer a complete novel study to accompany Muggie Maggie for use in the classroom or homeschool. The unit includes both a printable format and a Google Drive™ format for use in a paperless classroom or with Google Classroom.
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