Through four scenarios from the narrative of The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis, students are encouraged to reflect on hope, instances that make a better world, their identity and uniqueness, as well as to learn to be sorry for their wrong.
Equipment: tree, leaf templates, pens, pencils, crayons
In the Narnia story, when Aslan died in Edmund’s place, the White Witch thought she had won. But Aslan’s good magic was more potent and profound than the Witch’s bad magic. Aslan came back to life, and he brought HOPE back to Narnia.
- What is hope for you? How and where do we find it? Search for the meaning of hope online or in a dictionary.
- Are you, or is someone you know, having a difficult time? Do you, or does someone you know, need hope?
- If you want to, take a leaf and it draw or write a thought or prayer of hope and hang it on the tree.