A Wrinkle in Time Movie Study


 
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Who doesn’t love a story about a brave journey with a heroine that overcomes and saves her family? A Wrinkle in Time is an old classic that kids of all ages love. And who doesn’t love the idea of  time travel!?

The book was published in 1962 and has won several awards, including the Newbery Medal!

Since being published, it has regularly made the American Library Association’s list of frequently challenged or banned books.

The book has inspired two films, both by Disney. One in 2003 and a more recent one in 2018.

You can purchase a copy of the book here. You can purchase a copy of the original DVD here, the latest release DVD will be available in June.

A Wrinkle in Time Movie Study

A Wrinkle in Time Movie Study

In this movie study you will receive 4 worksheets. The set includes

  • Discussion Questions,
  • Character Analysis,
  • Compare and Contrast,
  • Learn about life in 1962

A Wrinkle in Time is a great book and movie to share together as a family. It keeps the attention of the audience with it’s science fantasy; it has the idea of an additional dimension that can bend or fold time and space to allow for rapid travel. This is called, tessering.

Children will love reading about the adventures of three 3 children who are off to save Meg and Charles’ father from the Darkness that has trapped him.

This movie study will be the perfect hands on family discussion aid after you’ve read the book and/or watched the movie.

Click here and complete the checkout process to get your copy of the Wrinkle in Time movie study now!

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A Wrinkle in Time Movie Study

 


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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Thank you for this! I am an SLP who loves using literature in my speech sessions. This will be great for my older kids.

    Thanks again,

  2. Can this be used with the book instead of the movie?

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