Thank you for purchasing our May Family Reading Crate – “Woof Woof! Yeah, Bark Bark!”

As stated in the enclosed booklet, the following page contains all of the extras that you could use to further enhance the experience of going through this month’s offering. You will find a PDF of activity printables, helpful links of other related topics, dog movies or documentaries you could watch, or additional dog books to purchase or borrow from the library.

Happy Reading!

Dog Sub Box Printables

Helpful Links: -This site has a lot of great information about caring for and training dogs. – The American Kennel Club website has everything you need to learn about the various dog breeds. – Make some homemade dog treats for your dog!

Additional Dog Books to Read:

Younger Readers:

Dogs Colorful Day

Harry the Dirty Dog

Madeline’s Rescue

Tarra and Bella: The Elephant and Dog Who Became Best Friends

Middle Grade Readers:

Because of Winn Dixie

Stone Fox

A Dog’s Life: The Autobiography of a Stray

The Good Dog

YA and Adult Readers:

Marley and Me

Travels With Charley in Search of America

The Art of Racing in the Rain

The Dog Master: A Novel of the First Dog

Family Friendly Dog Movies and Documentaries:

Bolt (PG) – In this fun animated movie, a dog who plays a superhero on tv doesn’t understand that he is only acting and believes he really is a crime-fighting hero.

Underdog (PG) – A dog gains super powers and becomes a super hero.

Beethoven (PG) – A family adopts a St. Bernard puppy who grow into a huge dog. Shenanigans ensue!

Oliver and Company (G) – This classic Disney film takes Charles Dicken’s novel and gives it a fun musical twist – with dogs and cats!

Because of Winn Dixie (PG) – A beautiful adaptation of the Kate DiCamillo novel, this movie is about a girl who adopts a stray dog and learns to deal with the loss of her mother.

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Have you been looking for a literature based homeschool curriculum that is secular? How about a way to incorporate narration, copywork, dictation and memory work into your child’s education? Or art study that ties into history?

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