The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the
Wardrobe is an amazing movie with a strong Christian
worldview. Use this talk sheet in class or send home for families
to use as a discussion guide to advance faith in kids and
Have everyone close their eyes, turn around in a circle until
they're dizzy, and then try to walk a straight line.
Ask: How did you feel? How is that like or
unlike the way the kids may've felt when they first came to Narnia?
How would you have felt in Narnia?
Ask: Of the four children, who do you think
you're most like? Explain. What obstacles did each child face in
Narnia? What did it take for the children to come together more as
Ask: At the end of the movie, what significance
does each child's royal title and description have? How did you see
each child grow in the area Aslan mentioned?
Give each child a royal title. For example, say: If I were to
give you a royal title, I would say that you are King James the
Brave or Queen Ana the Kind.
Show children several symbols and explain that symbols represent
things; for example, a wedding ring represents a marriage
commitment and a cross represents Christ's death for us.
Ask: What do these things represent in the
movie: the White Witch; turkish delight; Santa's gifts; Aslan?
Read aloud Romans 1:1-4. Ask: How is Aslan coming back to
life in the movie like or unlike Jesus rising from the dead in real
life? What do you think are the Christian messages from this
Use these questions to spark kids' discussion about the
- What are examples of courage in this movie? Why are these
- How does fear affect the way characters live? Is that like or
unlike how fear affects our lives? Explain.
- What was your favorite part of the movie? Why?
- What is special about Aslan? Explain. What did you like about
- How did you feel about the White Witch? Explain.
- How did you feel about Edmund? his brother and sisters?
Explain. How are we like or unlike Edmund? his brother and
- What did you learn from this movie?
- Compare this movie to Jesus' life.