Have you seen the newest “Incredibles” movie? With 6 children, we rarely take them to the theater to see movies, so they are already counting down the months until “Incredibles 2” comes to video. Meanwhile, they are watching the original movie all the time in preparation.
And since its summer, I’m finding creative ways to help keep my kids occupied and learning. That’s why this “Incredibles” movie study is the perfect solution! They can watch one of their favorite movies and get some fun learning in too!
I’m so excited to use this with my kids and the questions are easy enough that even your preschoolers can join in the fun! So what’s included in this ‘super’ fun “Incredibles” Movie Study?
These discussion questions are perfect for kids of all ages. 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!
A Family of Supers
This is a great way to help kids recall specific details about the main characters from the movie. Helping them recall and retell what they remember from the movie is a great way to prepare them for book reports and research papers down the line.
Check out our Movie Review to extend the learning!
Compare and Contrast
I love doing compare and contrast pages with my kids. It is a fun way to help kids pay close attention and really see the differences and similarities in two characters. This is also another great preparation for book reports and research papers in the future.
How close do your kids pay attention to the extra characters and movies? This page will help them learn to pay attention to the surroundings and other characters that help make up the movie and even help the main characters in their own roles.
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