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: snowflake template, colours, pens, pencils, strings, puncher, something where to hang the snowflakes (in your own imagination)

  • Primary Years
  • Middle Years
  • Secondary Years
  • Post-Secondary Years


In the Narnia story, when Lucy visited for the first time, she found a lamp-post, a forest, and lots of beautiful snow! Did you know that every single snowflake is unique and different? Lucy met a faun called Mr Tummus, and even though they were very different, they became best friends. Like a snowflake, you are different from everyone else. You are unique and amazing!

  • Take a snowflake template and decorate it with things about yourself and how unique and amazing you are. You can write or draw.
  • Hang your snowflake with the others. 


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