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Amos Fortune Free Man Notebooking Study


A 92-page complete Principle Approach® Literature Study of Amos Fortune, Free Man by Elizabeth Yates includes:

  • 32 detailed Daily Lesson plans for studying this classic book according to America's historic method of Biblical reasoning

  • Complete author study with coordinating notebooking pages to chronicle Elizabeth Yate's life

  • Instructions for setting up teacher and student notebooks

  • Helpful links

  • Suggested Vocabulary Words for each chapter

  • Student Notebook Cover

  • 53 notebooking pages feature:

Beautiful black and white illustrations, perfect for coloring

Blank lines for narration or notes

Spaces for the student's own drawings

Cause and effect reasoning

Sequencing skills


Students will create beautiful notebooks to treasure as they learn Biblical principles and character qualities.

Please see our other Notebooking Pages: Classic Literature, Greek & Latin Roots, Cooking/Meal Planning, Science, Field Trips, Occupations, and Vacation!

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File Last Updated:
October 11, 2010
This title was added to our catalog on August 30, 2010.