Further Up and Further In

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Sail into adventure in The Chronicles of Narnia with Cadron Creek’s Further Up and Further In unit study!

By Diane Pendergraft
Edited by Margie Gray

This rich study is based on C.S. Lewis’ The Chronicles of Narnia. It covers a wide range of subjects, including English and literature, history and social studies, geography, science, Bible and character building, cooking, and art.

What Shakespearean play influenced The Voyage of the Dawn Treader? Where would you find minarets like those in The Horse and His Boy? What does Turkish Delight taste like? Step through the wardrobe with wardrobe with Further Up and Further In and find out!

Like each of the Cadron Creek unit studies,Further Up and Further In is a highly self-contained curriculum. This full-year curriculum is an extensive study of The Chronicles of Narnia, which integrates a wide range of subject studies, including English literature, social studies, geography, Bible and character building, cooking, and art. It also supplements science and history.

Each of the seven books in the Narnia series is studied in a separate four-week unit. The Appendix section comes complete with recipes, activity directions, recommended reading for background information, poems, a resource listing, and a list of subjects covered, organized under headings for quick reference.

Adventurers who read at a fourth to eighth grade level will benefit the most from this study, but it may be easily adapted for anyone who is not too old to expand his or her horizons. The seven books in The Chronicles of Narnia will need to be purchased separately. (The 1995 printing of the Scholastic edition is referenced in this study.

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Weight 42 oz
Dimensions 10.75 x 9.25 x 1 in
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spiral

5 reviews for Further Up and Further In

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Cadroncreek

    We just started using it this past August and my daughter loves it…
    12/05/2004 – by Jo-Ellen from (hometown not specified)

    We just started using it this past August and my daughter loves it. . . . my daughter had read the whole Narnia series several times before we started this study and her least favorite book was The Horse and His Boy, but because of Further Up and Further In and all of the activities and vocabulary words, I think she understood what was happening better and now it’s one of her favorites!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Cadroncreek

    Just a quick note to tell you how much we have enjoyed Further Up and Further In…
    12/05/2004 – by Judy Risser from (hometown not specified)

    Just a quick note to tell you how much we have enjoyed Further Up and Further In. I’ve been using it with my fourth and seventh graders. This has been our most enjoyable year so far. We have two books left to go and my fourth-grade son, especially, will be very sad when The Last Battle is over.

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    Cadroncreek

    … Very strong in Bible and in character education…
    12/05/2004 – by Book Review from (hometown not specified)

    … It is very strong in Bible and in character education even though the latter is not a specified subject area…

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Cadroncreek

    I highly recommend this unit study…
    12/05/2004 – by Gretchen from (hometown not specified)

    I just wanted to thank you all for your comments, suggestions, and most of all for the wonderful unit study!

    We just finished up. My children, ages 12 and 13, learned so much. Our Christian walk was deepened, and they now have a love for C.S. Lewis that will go beyond his Narnia Chronicles.

    I highly recommend this unit study. Some of our favorite things were the vocabulary words, the crossword puzzles, and the wonderful Bible work. We had some wonderful discussions about Narnia and Christianity. We are always likening some of our life situations to Eustace or Puddleglum, or some other favorite character. It’s like
    we have a wonderful secret between us now.

    I am so grateful for FUFI!
    Gretchen

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Cadroncreek

    I have really enjoyed reading the books and doing the activities.
    12/05/2004 – by Brittany Murdock from (hometown not specified)

    Hi, My name is Brittany Murdock. I am in 7th grade and am just finishing the last book in the Narnia series. I am glad you published Further Up and Further In. I have really enjoyed reading the books and doing the activities. My favorite activity was planning a meal with some of my friends. The meat pasties were delicious, but I hated drinking the goats’ milk; it was nasty. My least favorite dessert was the Turkish Delight. It didn’t taste like I thought it would. In the book C. S. Lewis made it sound tastier. But eww, it was disgusting.

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