Summer is the time for spending outside, playing with friends, running around til dark, campouts, family time and just being a kid. We love to have movie nights together as a family and with no need to get up the next morning, they happen frequently during the summer months. As our children get older, we are encouraging them to read books that have been made in to movies. It has been fun to hear them discuss the differences and their likes and dislikes afterward. So, I decided to go one step further and create a fun printable pack!
I am totally in love with this new pack. It is perfect for kids of all ages, as it covers everything from creative writing to compare/contrast using a venn diagram to vocabulary to drama and MUCH MORE! This 18-page pack is full of fun ways to get kids excited about doing a book & movie review as they compare and contrast the two. It can also be used for just movie reviews, to help kids really pay attention to the details of what goes in to making a movie and each scene.
Included in this pack:
- Summary page
- Break Down the Movie – first, next, then, last
- Cause and Effect
- Compare and Contrast
- Vocabulary define words you don’t know
- Creative Writing prompts
- Drawing prompt
- AND MUCH MORE!!
This is a generic movie pack that can be used with any movie your family may love and watch. But, my hope is to create more packs for specific movies in the near future! I’ve got a running list of popular books made in to movies, but I am open to suggestions as well! Feel free to email them to me.
This pack costs $5.99, but for a limited time you can snag it for FREE just by subscribing!
When you add it to your cart and checkout, you will be automatically added to my subscriber list. But hurry…this offer ends June 2, 2017 at 11:59pm EDT!!!
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