This is part of an activity series based on C.S.Lewis’ Narnia tales. This activity encourages pupils to think about their differences and how they are unique.
When Lucy first fumbled her way through the coats and out of the back of the wardrobe, she was surprised to find herself standing beside a lamp-post, surrounded by beautiful snow-covered trees. She’d arrived in Narnia.
Shortly after this, she met a faun who introduced himself as Mr Tumnus. Lucy and Mr Tumnus were very different, but they became the best of friends (and stayed friends to the end of CS Lewis’s final Narnia book).
Scientists say that every snowflake is unique. No two snowflakes are the same.
And people are unique too. No two people are the same. No two people have exactly the same story, the same looks, the same likes… not even identical twins!
This activity invites pupils to recognise their uniqueness (and other’s) as a beautiful thing.
This activity was created by one of the BeSpace teams, based in Abingdon.
In this series
- Narnia: Hope
- Narnia: Identity
- Narnia: Broken World
- Narnia: Sorry