One of the best Christian authors you can teach your students about C.S. Lewis. These free resources for studying C.S. Lewis & his works can help.
Who was C.S. Lewis?
Did you know that C.S. Lewis was an active atheist as a teenager? I think that is why he is such a great example to teach our kids about.
Our kids may have some doubts. Lord knows that we question things as well and we are adults. Stop for a moment to think of how our kids must feel.
In a day when the world says to gratify self, to do as you wish, we are trying to train our children to submit to an authority they can’t see and follow a Christ that many don’t know or are angered by the mention of him.
Clive Staples Lewis (C.S. Lewis) was Irish and was an Oxford and Cambridge literature professor. His popular writings include seven books in The Chronicles of Narnia Series, The Screwtape Letters, Mere Christianity, The Great Divorce, and a science fiction trilogy.
His works have a beautiful way of intertwining art, everyday life, and faith. I have heard it called literary evangelism.
In this current era when kids go to college and get disenfranchised with Christianity, CS Lewis’ was introduced to new ideas and deep learning in an university and it led to his conversion from an atheist to Christianity.
Without really studying C.S. Lewis we wouldn’t know about the complexity of who he was.
Explore these free resources for studying C.S. Lewis:
Quote C.S. Lewis FREE Printable | 2 Dishing Divas
C.S. Lewis FREE Printables | The Pretty Bee
Homeschoolers Need More C.S. Lewis! | 7 Sisters Homeschool
FREE Chronicles of Narnia Study Guides | Freely Homeschool
C.S. Lewis Quote FREE Printable | Helping of Happiness
FREE C. S. Lewis Quotes for Copywork | Walking By the Way
C.S. Lewis: Master Storyteller Unit Study Review | Large Family Frugal Living
5 FREE C.S. Lewis Quote Coloring Pages | Stevie Doodles
C.S. Lewis – Ultimate Resource List for Homeschool Families | Encouraging Moms at Home
7 Thoughts on Joy from C.S. Lewis (with FREE Printable) | Dawn Klinge Author
FREE Timeline Worksheet: November 29, 1898, C.S. Lewis Puzzle | Write Bonnie Rose
FREE C.S. Lewis Quote Printable: Far Better Things Ahead | It’s Always Autumn
C.S Lewis Facts & FREE Worksheets | kidskonnect
C.S. Lewis | History Bites – Solomon Schmidt
Explore these free resources for Studying C.S. Lewis’ literary works:
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe Novel Study | The Bestteacher Entrepreneur
*The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe Story Study FREE Lapbook | Homeschool Share
The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe FREE Unit Study | Homescholar.org
FREE Seven Point Story Structure Template The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe | The Writing Kylie
FREE Chronicles Of Narnia Resource Unit | Lasting Thumbprints
Chronicles of Narnia Activities For The Lion, The Witch, & The Wardrobe | Lasting Thumbprints
FREE Chronicles of Narnia ideas, Resources, and FREE Copywork Download | Homegrown Learners
Bible Study: A Visit to Narnia | Youth eSource
Chronicles of Narnia FREE Unit Study | NarniaUnitStudy.tripod.com
Narnia FREE Downloads and Prompts | Writing with Sharon Watson
A Case for Copywork + FREE Narnia Printable | Sparrow & Lilies
PowerPoint: The Horse and His Boy (C. S.Lewis) Novel Study | Kathleen Applebee
The Silver Chair: A Literature-Based FREE Unit Study | FreeUnitStudies.com
The Screwtape Letters – FREE Download | TrueChristianity.info
C.S. Lewis’ work will liven up any homeschool library. His fantasy books are filled with colorful characters that many of us can relate to.
Your kids will love to learn about these books and the man behind them with these free resources for studying C.S. Lewis & his works.
Although, some of his beliefs may not fall in line with that of your family (or the Bible for that matter) his unfailing lordship of Jesus Christ motivating him to pursue this type of literature leaves much to be admired.