With autumn being in full swing, it brings us all closer to three of our family’s favorite holidays, Halloween (for the candy), Thanksgiving (for the family and friends), and Christmas (for all things Christmas, you really can’t go wrong). With this in mind I thought it might be good to start preparing a few fun learning activities for Beck and Elizabeth to do when the weather gets wet, too cold, or we just simply want to watch a fun movie. Combining all of this together and you can get some fun activities, lessons, and projects, but none are more fun than when they use The Nightmare Before Christmas by Tim Burton.
Copyright Disclaimer: Although this FREE activity pack requires The Nightmare Before Christmas movie, it does not include a copy of it, a link to it, or any other copies of it. EHM did not create The Nightmare Before Christmas and fully recognizes that Disney did. This is not a Disney endorsed product. EHM highly recommends obtaining your own copy legal copy for use in this movie study.
In this movie study I have included a few different learning elements and techniques so that children of all ages who are ready to see the movie, can also learn alongside it. Included, to name a few, are the following educational elements:
Language Arts: Character Development, Character Comparisons, Plot Analysis, Movie Review, Adjectives, Creative Writing and more!
Art: Drawing skills development
Music: Score appreciation, Composers, and more
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What was your favorite part of The Nightmare Before Christmas?
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