One of my favorite movies when I was younger was Snow White. I loved the songs and the dwarfs were so cute and funny. My kids are big fans of the classic movies too and this is also one of their favorites. They are so clean, fun and perfect for their little imaginations.
I am always looking for ways to help bridge the gap of fun and schoolwork and I think movie studies are a great solution! They can have a “fun” day watching a movie, but then it’s easy to bring in a little learning and critical thinking with the movie study. So what’s included?
These discussion questions are perfect for kids of all ages and relates the original, classic Snow White. You can ask the questions in a group format or give each child a copy of the questions and have them write out their answers on their own paper, thus sneaking in a little handwriting and spelling practice too!
The Seven Dwarfs
The seven dwarfs were always my favorite part of the movie. They were so funny and their singing was so happy and cheerful…not to mention catchy! In this section, children can use their own words to describe each of the seven dwarfs. This is a great time to help them use new and more descriptive words. You can even let them use a thesaurus if needed.
Check out our Movie Review to extend the learning!
Timelines are a great way to help kids work on their attention skills. With this fun page, they can practice their scissor skills and then arrange the squares in chronological order according to the movie.
Descriptive writing is often one of the more difficult styles to master. That’s why I love this page in the Snow White movie study. Children can work on their descriptive skills through these prompts. Encourage them to stretch their vocabulary and use more than just their usual descriptive words. They can even use a Thesaurus to help!
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