Anyone else a C.S. Lewis fan?
The first chapter book that I ever read was The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis. I would be forever sucked into the wonderful land of Narnia. When my first born was old enough I bought the complete set for him hoping he would love it as much as I did when I was his age. I was right! The Chronicles of Narnia can be a great reader and read aloud for your homeschool and makes for some thoughtful book discussions as well.
Here is a list of printables, unit studies and ideas to go with the books:
The Chronicles of Narnia Classroom Activity Guide
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Lapbook
The Horse and His Boy Lapbook
Voyage of the Dawn Treader Lapbook
The Silver Chair Unit Study
The Chronicles of Narnia Unit Study
The Magician’s Newphew Story Study Lapbook
The Magician’s Nephew Bible Study
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe vocabulary words and activities
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe FREE Sparknotes
Map of Narnia
Narnia Activity Package
Narnia Dot to Dots and Worksheets
Narnia Activities and Ideas
Chronicles of Narnia Language Arts Worksheets
These are very detailed Chronicles of Narnia Coloring Pages:
These would be great for older kids to use with colored pencils!
Chronicles of Narnia Coloring Pages
More Narnia Coloring Pages
Living the Legacy of C.S. Lewis is a great resource! There are study guides and educator guides with quizzes.
Walking by the Way has some great Narnia and C.S. Lewis resources she has created:
C.S. Lewis Quotes for Copywork Pages
Into the Wardrobe Lesson Plans
This is the book that we have. It’s huge, but everything is one book and it’s a GREAT price:
The Chronicles of Narnia Complete Collection Was
Here are some great books to accompany The Chronicles of Narnia:
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