Abominable: City Lights to Mountain Heights

From the studio who bought you How to Train Your Dragon comes the magical new big screen adventure, Abominable in UK cinemas October 11! To mark the occasion, we’ve partnered with Universal Pictures to bring you an engaging cross-curricular resource for pupils aged 5-10.

Centred around a snakes and ladders-style boardgame, with educational ‘chance’ cards to test pupils’ knowledge throughout, our City Lights to Mountain Heights resource takes learners on an interactive, play-led journey through urban and rural China, just like Yi, Jin, Peng and their yeti friend Everest do in DreamWorks Animations’ new film!

Touching on literacy and PSHE learning, the three lesson plans will focus on the characters and friendships in the film, plus engage learners in geography and maths subjects when exploring the settings all while researching geographical and cultural facts about China for pupils to add to their Bao Buns and Blueberries boardgame along the way.

• For more resources on using film and filmmaking in educational settings and to set up an Into Film Club, please visit the Into Film website: www.intofilm.org/clubs


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  • Abominable---Teachers-Notes.pdf
  • Abominable---Discovering-Yi's-China-Lesson-1-PPT.pptx
  • Abominable---Discovering-Yi's-China-Lesson-1-plan.pdf
  • Abominable---The-Magic-of-Creativity-Lesson-2-PPT.pptx
  • Abominable---The-Magic-of-Creativity-Lesson-2-plan.pdf
  • Abominable---Bao-Buns-and-Blueberries-Lesson-3-PPT.pptx
  • Abominable---Bao-Buns-and-Blueberries-Lesson-3-plan.pdf
  • Abominable---Bao-Buns-and-Blueberries-boardgame.pdf
  • Abominable---Character-pieces.pdf
  • Abominable---A-Postcard-from-the-Himalayas-competition-leaflet.pdf
  • Abominable---Classroom-Poster.pdf

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Created: Sep 18, 2019

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