Free Chronicles of Narnia Resource Unit

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Ah, The Chronicles of Narnia.  These classic books by C.S. Lewis have long been friends of mine since childhood.  It’s been such a pleasure to introduce my own children to these wonderful stories and see them fall in love with them as I did many years ago.

Outside of the books and the major motion pictures, our family is crazy about the The Chronicles of Narnia audiobooks done by Focus on the Family’s Radio Theatre.  They are very well done and we really enjoy listening to them on road trips.  We also enjoy The Chronicles of Narnia movies done by BBC.  These are a great introduction to the stories on film for children who are not old enough to handle the scary scenes in the more recently produced movies.

It has been a few years since we last read the series together and we decided we should include them in our family read-alouds for this year.  And because I have homeschooling blood flowing thick in my veins ;), I started trying to hunt down free educational resources for Narnia to use with the books.

It is my hope to share what we do as we read through each book, but I wanted to go ahead and share the free Narnia resources that I have already found in case anyone else is planning to travel through Narnia in the near future.  If you know of any good, free Chronicles of Narnia resources that aren’t on the list, please share them with us in the comments!

Free Printables

Oncoloring – Narnia Coloring pages

C.S. Lewis Foundation – Chronicles of Narnia Teacher’s Guides 

Teacher Vision – Narnia Activity Guide

YouthESource – A Visit to Narnia Bible Study

abcteach – Chronicles of Narnia Worksheets

The Lion’s Call – Lucy Pevensie Paper Doll Printable

NarniaWeb – Map of Narnia

Lucy Learns – The Lion, the Witch, & the Wardrobe Printables

Smyth & Helwys – Chronicles of Narnia Study Guide


free narnia map

Free Copywork Pages

Walking by the Way – C.S. Lewis Quotation Copywork

Free Unit Studies

HomeScholar Books – Narnia Unit Study – The Silver Chair

Mission America – Children’s Bible Study (I linked to the pdf because the original link does not work on their site.)

Chronicles of Narnia Unit Study

Free Lapbooks

Notebooking Nook – Voyage of the Dawn Treader Lapbook

Homeschool Share – The Lion, the Witch, & the Wardrobe Lapbook

Homeschool Share – The Horse and His Boy Lapbook

Homeschool Share – The Magician’s Nephew Lapbook


free narnia unit study

Free Audiobooks

Ancient Faith Radio – Chronicles of Narnia Audiobooks

Free Online Resources

The Narnia Academy – Beyond the Wardrobe  (2 different 20 lesson online studies!)

Love 2 LearnOnline Chronicles of Narnia Study Questions     

BBC Schools – Growing Up in War Time History

BBC Schools – C.S. Lewis Biography

Free Crafts & Activities

ikat bag –  Dawn Treader Craft Tutorial

Harpers Collins Children’s – Chronicles of Narnia Online Games – Turkish Delight Recipe

Activity Village – Narnia Themed Craft Ideas

*Update:  I’ll be adding the Chronicles of Narnia activities that we do in our home as we finish each book below.

Activities for The Magician’s Nephew

Activities for The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

I know my children are really going to love what I’ve started putting together for our Narnia adventures beginning next month.  There are so many different directions you could go when planning a unit study around The Chronicles of Narnia!  If you’re interested in seeing where our Narnia journey takes us, be sure to sign up for free email updates so you don’t miss any future posts!



  1. Thank you so much for all of these resources! I am planning to start reading the Narnia books with my kids when we start school next week.

  2. Lol. We just turned on the BBC version of Lion Witch and Wardrobe when I saw a link for this resource page. Thank you. : )

    • Oh, that is so funny, Maria! We usually borrow this version from the library 2-3 times a year for our younger crew, but I ordered it from Amazon today. They currently have it marked down to $5 so I couldn’t resist! 🙂

  3. These are great resources. My grandson has the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe book, and we will be starting this study very soon. Thanks for the awesome information.

  4. What ages are your children? Would an 8 year old love it? I want to make sure my read-alouds are age appropriate but also mind-expanding…

    • My children are 13, 7, 5, and 2. I think an 8 year old would enjoy these books!

      If you’re unsure about the books, your library is sure to have them. They are considered to be in the “fantasy” genre, but there is a clear distinction between good and evil. I also think it’s very easy to make connections to spiritual truths with the books as well.

      Hope that helps!

    • I meant to say your library will have them so it would be easy (and cheap!) to screen them before you made the decision to use them as read alouds. 🙂

  5. Thanks for putting together this great list of resources! I have shared them with my followers on Facebook. 🙂

  6. Thank you so much for providing these resources! We have been reading through Narnia with our 5 year old for over a year, and she has just fallen in love with the series, especially Aslan and Lucy. In fact, she’s chosen to dress up as Lucy for Halloween this year–it should make for lots of interesting conversation starters! I look forward to adding these activities to our school next week!!! Thank you, again!!!

    • You’re very welcome! I don’t know if you saw it, but there is a free Lucy printable paper doll on the list that your daughter may like. 🙂 We’ve really enjoyed tying in activities as we go along with the books in our home.

  7. What a wonderful post – many thanks!

  8. candice porter says:

    How long will this be available? This is awesome but much to download.
    Thank you,
    Sincerely greatful

  9. Jackie Daniels says:

    I cannot believe I got this in me in box! My in-laws just gave our daughter, as a Christmas present, a trip to a camp in North Carolina this summer that acts out/discusses the Narnia books. We knew we were going to read them all, but to find this is such a huge blessing! What a great way to prepare for camp. Thanks so much!!

  10. Can you please re post the link to the pdg file for the Children’s Curriculum for Mission America?

    I was about to print it off for my church (starting a new Sunday School Curriculum), and now it suddenly will not open for me!

    Thank You so much for this site!

    • Jenny,
      I’ve spent some time trying to find the document and unfortunately have been unable to do so. It appears that they are no longer providing access to it. The name of the curriculum was “Meet Him At the Lamp Post – A Children’s Biblical Journey Through the Wardrobe.” I was able to find a read only file online by searching the title online. Maybe that would help? Or maybe you could contact Mission America and they’d be willing to send you a copy themselves. If I find it somewhere else I will send you an email. Sorry I couldn’t be of more help – Jo

  11. Nice! Thank you for such a lovely collection of resources on this – I was just google-ing expecting to have to put it all together myself, but you’ve done it better than I ever could have. Bravo!

  12. I’m currently reading the Narnia books for the first time and totally enjoying it. Goodness, you’ve certainly got a whole bunch of great resources to share. Thanks! Will check ’em out.

  13. Elisha Sandoval says:

    I am a new Homeschool teacher and have boys ages 12-17 and was wondering what age group this series is for. Thanks

    • Hi Elisha! Seems like the consensus for the reading level of the series is 8 and up, but some say 10. I know my 8 year old does not have the reading skills to read these books on his own yet, but he certainly enjoys them as read alouds. So based solely on the ages of your boys, they’d be fine with the series. I was actually 15 or 16 when I read through the Narnia series for the first time. Hope this helps! And blessings on your new homeschool journey, I will be praying for you!

  14. This is so perfect for the unit study we are doing, Further Up & Further in, based on the Narnia series! Thank you!

  15. Great round-up of resources for some of my favorite books of all time! Adding a link to this page from my upcoming post on best adventure series for kids! Thanks for all the wonderful ideas!

  16. I just discovered this resource page and I am in love! Thank you so much for putting this together! I can’t wait to dive in to some of these. Err, I mean, for the kids, for course. 😉

    • Yes, for the kids, of course! 😀 I’m so glad you found this useful. I know I keep coming back to it myself.

  17. I am bookmarking AND pinning this one, Jo! I am a huge Narnia fan and I cannot wait until my kids are old enough to concentrate on all of it. Right now, only my oldest is hooked!


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