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The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe Notebook or CD-ROM: The Puppet Factory

A long time ago, there were four children who were sent away to an old country house belonging to the Old Professor. Learn what happened to Lucy, Edmund, Susan and Peter as they explored this old house and the adventures they found through the wardrobe. There deep within the wardrobe, the children push away first big furry coats and then thick scratchy trees to find Mr. Tumnus, Mr. and Mrs. Beaver, the White Witch and Aslan.

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is the first book of The Chronicles of Narnia. In this delightful story, C.S. Lewis tackles the subject of good verses evil by using talking animals in the magical land of Narnia. Aslan, the Lion, represents all that is good. The White Witch, self-proclaimed Queen of Narnia, represents all that is evil. The children who enter Narnia through the wardrobe represent those who explore Christianity and accept Christ as their Savior.

This curriculum includes:

  • Chapter Summary
  • Snacks and crafts
  • The Bible Connection with the Professor
  • Scripture Memory
  • Games to emphasize the story or the Bible Connection
  • Prayer & small group discussion
  • Wall map of the children’s journey from the wardrobe to Cair Paravel

Download a FREE sample in PDF format (Adobe Acrobat required).