It’s hard to keep kids engaged when the end of the school year is approaching. The sunshine and warmer temperatures make it hard to sit inside, concentrating on math problems and spelling words.
Keeping their attention on the lesson isn’t just a problem for kids in the classroom. Homeschoolers get antsy this time of year, too.
Mixing things up is fun and helps keep their interest.
Movies are another way to have fun during school time and keep kids engaged. There are so many fun kids movie lessons you can find to go with your favorite family movies.
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I was so excited when I discovered this Kids Movie Night Bundle. (Because honestly, even homeschool moms need a break in the routine!)
With activities to go with 4 favorite kid movies, there is plenty to keep kids learning through the end of the school year and into summer. It would be a great gift for homeschool families.
Kids Movie Lessons
The bundle contains activities for 4 movies: Finding Nemo, The Emperor’s New Groove, Mulan, and Meet the Robinsons.
We snuggled up together to watch Finding Nemo, my daughter’s favorite moview when she was a preschooler. It was fun watching my 10 and 11 year-olds laugh at the familiar movie.
But would the activities made to accompany movie be challenging enough for them?
The short answer is, YES!
There are 19 printable pages for Finding Nemo.
Kids will have a chance to check comprehension skills, work on cause and effect, and explore the themes in the movie. They will also examine the characters and even do a short writing passage.
I love that the Finding Nemo worksheets incorporate social studies and science skills with information about Australia, sea turtles, and symbiotic relationships.
These kids movie lessons are the perfect way to keep kids engaged and learning, especially at the end of the school year.
My kids had so much fun watching an old favorie movie and doing the activities that went with it. We are looking forward to checking out one of the movies we haven’t seen yet and delving into the lessons for it in the upcoming week.
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