Once readers find Narnia, they never want to leave. Extend their stay with these imaginative writing ideas based on C.S. Lewis’s classic fantasy novel. Prompts are closely connected to the text and include a wide variety of writing topics.
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Here are just two of the many ideas you’ll find in Writing Prompts for The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe:
*Make a mini-dictionary listing the different kinds of animals and other creatures who live in Narnia and telling a little about each one.
*Write a letter Lucy might have written to Susan and Peter, trying to convince them she’s telling the truth about visiting another world.
Use the prompts for daily journaling, longer writing assignments, collaborative writing, and short-answer or essay test questions. Many prompts can also be adapted as discussion questions. However you choose to use them, they’re sure to help readers get the most out of their first trip into Narnia.
Prompts are arranged in chronological order for easy reference and aligned to Common Core State Standards for writing (CCSS). With something for every writer, this booklet is a great resource for homeschoolers and classroom teachers.