Free Printable Chronicles of Narnia Lesson Plans Unit

 Teaching a Chronicles of Narnia literature study unit? I loved the books as a kid and watched the PBS Wonderworks movie versions. The new movies The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian and The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (2010) were awesome too! Here are free printable Chronicles of Narnia lesson plans, games, puzzles, crafts and coloring pages to augment your book study.

Free printable Narnia coloring pages and lesson plans Free teacher and homeschool resources and educational activities. Here are more free Narnia activities on the news page. Printable maps, online games and more.

And free printable Chronicles of Narnia coloring pages featuring the Pevensee children Edmund, Peter, Susan and Lucy, their cousin Eustace, Prince Caspian, Reepicheep, Drinian, Rince, the Dragon, Aslan and others.

Click here for more printable Narnia coloring pages detailed, realistic images from Prince Caspian, and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe movies.

Activity Village has free printable Narnia crafts galore! Word search games (great for book study guides and tests) from each book in the Chronicles of Narnia series:
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Prince Caspian
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
The Magician's Nephew (the first book chronologically in the series)
The Silver Chair
The Horse and His Boy
The Last Battle.

There are is also a free printable mouse mask for Reepicheep, free printable dragon crafts and coloring pages (no spoilers, but SOMEONE--I'm not saying who--turns into a dragon in a wonderful allegorical twist!

There's a Many-Coloured Sugar recipe (such as Caspian ate at the feast), a shield craft, sword craft and a castle craft which could be Cair Paravel.




Free Printable Nelson Mandela Day Lesson Plans and Black History Month Activities

July 18 is Nelson Mandela Day. In the US, Black History Month is observed in February. Here are free printable Black History Month lesson plans to use in Nelson Mandela Day observances. Teach children about this hero.

To get lessons, visit Shmoop. There are 25-plus pieces of content available free on Black History Month. I couldn't find one page with all the offerings. So I linked to the American History 1850-2014 page. From there you can navigate to the 1450-1849 page, photo archive and AP history helps. Here's a link for free Nelson Mandela lesson plans. Here's the link to the free literature lessons page. Look there for reader guides on books of note in black history. Some lesson subjects you'll find:

  Slavery
 
  Jazz Age and Harlem Renaissance
 
  Jim Crow
 
  Civil Rights
 
  Desegregation
 
  "Black Power"
 
  Famous court cases impacting slavery, integration and civil rights
 
  Race issues in US wars: Revolutionary, Civil, WWII
 
  Ku Klux Klan and racial tensions
 
  Civil War
 
  Abolition
 
  Antebellum America
 
  Reconstruction
 
  FDR's New Deal
 
  Race in music history: jazz, blues, rock & roll
 
  Desegregation in schools, sports
 
  Woolworth lunch counter and bus boycotts

  Apartheid

There are teaching guides for poetry and books of Langston Hughes, Gwendolyn Brooks, Zora Neale Hurston, Ralph Ellison, Phillis Wheatley, Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, Richard Wright, Lorraine Hansberry, Fredrick Douglass, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Mark Twain and Harper Lee.

  Scholastic offers an extensive collection of Black History Month lessons on a spectrum of subjects. There are online activities, free printable worksheets, simulation games, book lists, study guides. Scholastic provides materials for students Pre-K to grade 8. I linked to the complete list and you can refine your search by grade and activity type. Use these to help students of all backgrounds explore these integral parts of U.S. history.

  The photos attached were taken on our family visit to Henry Ford Museum in Detroit. We sat on the actual bus Rosa Parks rode. We looked at the "whites only" drinking fountain and the eerie KKK robe. Even though we're all history buffs, it gave us a new perspective, from the inside out, on black history. Whenever possible, as educators, we need to provide kids with living history experiences like this so they can learn in hands-on, multisensory ways.


Free Printable Science Chemistry Biology Lesson Plans

Teaching science, biology, life science, earth science, physics or chemistry? Need free printable science worksheets and lesson plans? Here are science games, activities, vocabulary cards and puzzles free!

Worksheets 4 Teachers dozens of free printable science matching games, puzzles, word scrambles and worksheets. Make memorization and study guides fun and interactive. Use games as tests. Use word puzzles to teach vocabulary and spelling of terms.

http://camillasenior.homestead.com/  hundreds of free printable middle school science lesson plans on earth science, chemistry, life science, biology, animals, motion, electricity, ecology, habitats, energy, forces and motion, simple machines, air and flight, fluids, water system, space, planets, cells, anatomy, biodiversity and more.

http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/introb.html operates the Neurology for Kids website with dozens of free printable science games, cut and paste science crafts, puzzles, activities and worksheets about the brain.

Chemmy Bear has entire sets of free printable pdf chemistry vocabulary cards. Use for AP and general chemistry classes. Subjects include Periodic Table of Elements, Covalent Bonding, ionic bonding, molecular structure and more.

Speipho.sbc.edu free printable lesson plans and worksheets for AP and general chemistry. .


Free Printable Toddlers Activities and Games

Need to occupy a toddler or preschooler? Here are 15 safe, school approved websites for young children. These sites are child-friendly, family-oriented and have lots of educational games and free printable activities for young learners.

  National Geographic - Kids This site has science games, recipes, crafts, puzzles and activities about animals and their habitats. Here's another NG site for the littlest learners: NG Little Kids. This site has a video link that is like a zoo field trip right at home. Your child will love watching jellyfish, tapirs, spider monkeys and lots more educational, engaging animal videos.


  American Girl You'll find all kinds of quality girl activities. My favorite link on the page is the historical characters site. It contains cultural and historical pictures, information, games, puzzles, maps featuring the AG girls, Felicity, Addy, Samantha, Molly, Kirsten, Julie, Kit, Kaya and Josephina. This is a superb site for American history and social studies activities.


  Creative Kids at Home Sign up to receive newsletters free printable activities. CKAH features science and crafts especially. Your kids can enjoy the activities with little supervision. There are online activities for children as well.


  Starfall Educational, school approved website. Features free printable activities and online lessons and games. Pre-reading, reading, phonics, spelling, math, counting, shapes and lots more preschool activities are available free at Starfall and More Starfall.


  Poptropica Cute, engaging, educational and school-approved. Children create a character and play free. Parents should help children navigate to get started.


  Everything Girl This is Mattel's site for Barbie, Polly Pocket, My Scene, Divastarz, and more. This site takes while to load, but it has some cute games, music, printables and online activities for girls of all ages. For a 'commercial' site, it doesn't focus on selling quite as much as I would expect.


  Wondertime Check this site for free printable activities, cut and paste and crafts. Your child can color, cut, paste and assemble all sorts of learning craft activities. There are many holiday and early childhood themes. Your child can make a clock for practice, a barn diorama and a fishing game, just to name a few. Some activities can be played online also.


  Nick Jr. Come play with all your favorite Nick Jr. television characters. Lots of free printable coloring pages and activities.


  JumpStart Kids will recognize these characters from preschool and school activities. This site requires registration, but once a parent completes and signs, children may play in this virtual world free. Great learning games. Free printable activities and coloring, too.


  Crayola Free printable coloring pages, free online coloring, learning games for all ages.


  Family Fun From the magazine, this website has an nice clean layout that children will love. There are plenty of games, free printables, crafts, recipes and safe entertainment for kids.


  PBS Kids On this site, your children can visit with all their favorite characters from PBS. Sesame Street, Arthur, Cyberchase, Curious George, WordWorld, Teletubbies. Each site features games, recipes, crafts, free printables and lots of online activities. PBS is educational and perfect for all ages including the very young.


  The Kidz Page This site has educational free printable activities and online puzzles, toy creators, music and more.


  Dover Publications Awesome site for free printables and online coloring, puzzles, mazes, cut and assemble, and much more. Features vintage art from all parts of the globe and time periods. Sign up for a free samples delivered to your email address.


  These sites should keep your little ones busy for a good long time. Who knows? When your work is done, you may be the one to hear, 'Not now Mom, I'm busy.' For more free children's activities, visit my linked blogs.


Free Printable 4th of July Crafts History Lesson Plans for Kids

 Looking for educational 4th of July holiday lesson plans and crafts for kids? Here are free printable patriotic American history activities, craft recipes and real-life learning experiences for all ages, children to grown-ups. Make these budget-friendly, recycled, homemade crafts and watch history come alive! Lots of recipes for science crafts too--Moon Sand, silly putty, play dough, sidewalk chalk, edible dough, Slime, Gak Splat (those last two go back a long way to the Nickelodeon days of TV), Educational 4th of July Arts and Crafts, Holiday History Lessons for Kids

Free Printable Bible, Christian Craft Activities for Vacation Bible School

Can you believe it's June already? The school year certainly went fast. Now it's time for Sunday School teachers and religious directors to think VBS--Vacation Bible School. I've planned a lot of VBS activities and crafts can get pricey. So how about free printable Bible crafts. Use for Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant Christian schools, homeschool, Sunday School, missions, CCD. Free printable paper crafts can be very interactive. Children get to cut, assemble, paste, color and fold. All these activities are hands-on and lots of fun.  Free Printable Bible Craft Activities

Free Printable Educational Travel Games, Puzzles for Summer Enrichment

Yippee, say kids, summer vacation. Uh-oh, say parents--three months away from the books. Will my child lag behind in studies in the fall? Not if you keep him busy during the holidays with educational games. Print these (did I mention they're free?) and take on car trips or jaunts around town. Reading, math, writing games make perfect for summer enrichment activities. Children can be learning on the road,  instead of fighting or complaining about the long ride! (I know your little angels wouldn't do that --but mine surely did! ) Free Printable Travel Games and Puzzles for Kids

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