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Want a fun and engaging way to share a recording of Peter and the Wolf? Our Peter and the Wolf Comic Strip Lesson and Worksheet introduces students to "leitmotif" and asks them to create their own Peter and the Wolf comic strip. Students draw backgrounds, characters, and speech bubbles, in the spaces provided on the worksheet as they listen to the recording.
Peter and the Wolf Comic Strip Worksheet
Peter and the Wolf Lesson Plan (Includes discussion of leitmotif and includes open-ended questions about the themes.)
This activity was a hit with my students. - Victoria F.
I used this with 4th and 5th graders during a unit on Peter and the Wolf and it was a HUGE hit! Especially for the boys in class, they were really into creating the comics. - Judaline S.
I used this resource in my school library lesson after a Peter and the Wolf read aloud. The kids were very excited to be able to draw their own illustrations and the boxes with pre-filled text helped them recall the story. It was a great resource to engage students in discussion. I will use again! Thank you. - Erin F.
Great idea! Gives another dimension to listening to the story! - Theresa C.
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Sergei Prokofiev was born in Russia on April 27, 1891. He began studying the piano with his mother at the age of three. By the age of five Sergei was displaying unusual musical abilities. His first composition, written down by his mother, was called Indian Gallop. By the age of nine he had written his first opera, The Giant. Read more...