Did you grow up hoping to catch Charlie and the Chocolate Factory when it aired on TV, once a year? Are you a teacher or parent who has seen how much kids still love the story of kind, generous Charlie, and the magnificent, mysterious Mr. Wonka, in whatever form it takes?
The original 1964 book, two movies, and live stage productions, which never fail to entertain and amaze, can also act as a springboard for further learning. No matter how your students or children have come to know the story, these activity pages will help you enrich their appreciation of Roald Dahl’s creations– and it just might help us all keep control over the little bit of Augustus, Violet, Veruca and Mike in all of us.
About Roald Dahl’s Story
What Are Your Ideas?
Leave a comment below, and share your ideas for combining learning with the joy of reading, watching, or singing Dahl’s sweetest story.
Author: Leigh Jerz
Webmaster: Dennis G. Jerz
10 Sep 2011 — first posted