The LitWits Explorer’s Guide for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl
Everything in this “experience guide” comes from our unique sensory workshop on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. When kids see, feel, hear, taste, smell, and DO what the characters did, they understand more. Better yet, they want to read more.
LitWits Explorer’s Guides are web pages packed with downloadables—templates, activity aids, academic handouts, and more. (Here’s a sample, for a different book.) Because our guides live online, we can link you to useful info and audiovisuals. And you’ll always have the very latest updates!
The LitWits Explorer’s Guide for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory includes:
- sensory prop suggestions, with photos
- creative project and activity ideas, with photos
- printable templates, excerpts, and activity prompts
- takeaway topics, to fuel meaningful conversations
- printable handouts for creative writing, the narrative arc, setting, and more
- research and audiovisual links, for one-stop prep and homework help
- great quotes from the book, where copyright allows
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This guide is adaptable to a wide range of ages. (See the Ways to Use tab for classroom and homeschool uses.) We find 8-12-year-olds consistently “ready to LitWit,” but you know best what your kids are ready for, interested in, and capable of.
Common Core Alignment
The LitWits experience of this book is jam-packed with carefully integrated lessons — but they’re embedded in FUN, so kids don’t feel “taught.” At a bare minimum, the use of this guide helps meet these Common Core goals:
Please note that LitWits® is a registered trademark of LitWits Workshops, LLC. All LitWits Explorer’s Guides are copyrighted and may be used for non-commercial educational purposes only.
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There’s even more fun (and lots to learn) in The LitWits Explorer’s Guide for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory! Your kids can take a factory tour and experiment with chocolate (yes) industrial art, smell delicious factory odors, create their own deserving characters, analyze “extremes,” pick up on Mr. Dahl’s gibes at American industrialism, act badly in new situations, and so much more!
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