Redwall Unit Study

Chapter by chapter activities to accompany Brian Jacque's story of Redwall.

Redwall Abbey

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Student Activities

Our Redwall Unit Study Guide includes these activities to guide 5th to 8th graders through the first book:

Redwall Cornflower Words

Chapter Activies for Book One


Chapter One

Chapter Two

Chapter Three

Chapter Four

Redwall Martin's Shield

Chapter Five

Chapter Six

Chapter Seven

Chapter Eight

Chapter Nine

Chapter Ten

Chapter Eleven

Chapter Twelve

Chapter Thirteen

Chapter Fourteen

Redwall Martin's Sword and Shield

Chapter Fifteen

Chapter Sixteen

Chapter Seventeen

Chapter Eighteen

Chapter Nineteen

Chapter Twenty

Book Two

The Quest

Redwall Methuselah's Words

In the second part of Redwall, Matthias begins his quest for Martin's ancient sword. Leaving the defense of the abbey in Constance's hand, Matthias sets out with aid from Methuselah.

Students learn the defintion and parts of a quest while journeying with Martin as the sword stays one adventure away from his grasp.

Book Three

The Warrior

Redwall Gingivere's Words

In the third part of this tale the Warrior Mouse is revealed. Matthias left the walls of the abbey to complete his quest. Having accomplished that goal, he must now return to the abbey which is firmly in the clutches of his enemy.

The warrior of the final book is a different character from the novice in the first book. Readers consider how the parts of a story come together through the climax, falling action, and denoument.

Redwall Gingivere's Words

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