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The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

The classic tale of a fantasy world and four children's adventures in it,The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, will surely delight and inspire your students. We provide enrichment activities and resources for the book.
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The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

by C.S.Lewis
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

Follow Lucy, Edmund, Susan, and Peter into the fantasy world of Narnia where they encounter a witch, a lion, and many exciting adventures. The book is from The Chronicles of Narnia series. Choose a topic below to get started:

Enrichment Activities
Internet Resources
Books by C.S. Lewis


Enrichment Activities:

Marketing Mania

Create a kid's meal package for a fast-food restaurant to promote The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Decorate it with scenes from the book. Design a toy that would be included with the meal as a free gift.

TV Time

Create a TV advertisement to promote the kid's fast food meal described above. Write a script and videotape the commercial.

Fantasy Photos

Make a picture scrapbook of fantasy characters from books, nursery rhymes, songs, poems, and television (Old Mother Hubbard, The Wizard of Oz characters, Peter Piper, Snow White, etc.).

Movie vs. Book

There have been several movie versions of this book. Watch one and discuss the similarities and differences between the book and movie.

Flying High

Make a banner or flag for Narnia. Try to highlight characters, places, and events from the story.

Your Own Fantasy World

Imagine you slipped through a secret passage into another world. Make up a fantasy about meeting someone there. Write about what happens and how you get back.

Character Traits

What are some individual character traits of each of the four children: Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy? How do they change over the course of the story? Compare yourself to the characters in the book. What are the simmilarities and differences?

Imagery

This book is full of marvelously, descriptive passages written in vivid language. Illustrate your favourite passage.