Annie MEGA Pack of Activities
“The sun’ll come out tomorrow! Bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow there’ll be sun!” Who doesn’t love the musical Annie? This product gives you a wide variety of worksheets, writing prompts and activities to use with your students. This set was designed for grades 1-8 but could easily work for high school classes as well. Check out the preview for a list of activities with suggested grade levels.
Most of the activities in this set require no musical knowledge, so you can confidently leave pages from this set for a substitute teacher. The viewing guide and coloring sheet could be used while watching the musical, but the other sheets were designed to be used after viewing.
PLEASE NOTE: The viewing guide was created to go along with the 1982 movie version of this musical (Starring Albert Finney, Carol Burnett and Bernadette Peters). The viewing guide was designed to be used while watching the movie. Most of the other sheets could work after viewing other recordings or performances of Annie.
Here’s what you’ll get:
Viewing Guide and Answer Key -2 page viewing guide appropriate for 5th grade and up
Movie Remake –Retell the story of The King and I (2nd and up)
Parts of a Musical –a page to discuss the four basic components of a musical
Test Yourself – create a quiz about this musical
Take Two – Write an alternate ending to the story
Character Analysis-20 different pages to use to analyze, describe and compare characters (2 versions of the same 10 pages. One with primary writing lines and the other with straight lines.)
My Favorite Character –draw and write about a favorite character
Comparing Songs –complete a Venn diagram to compare and contrast two songs from the musical and another sheet that name two songs to compare
My Favorite Song – draw and write about a favorite song from the musical
Musical Playbill –create one for this musical
Where in the World – draw the setting of this musical
Scene It– illustrate a scene from this musical
Annie Character Match –match the character with their description
Dear Mr. Warbucks-letter writing activity (3rd Grade and up)
Say What? – use context clues and what you remember from the musical to define words and phrases from Annie (4th Grade and up)
A Day in the Life – describe how a typical day for Annie would be at the orphanage and at the Warbucks mansion (2nd grade and up)
Word Search and Key
Illustrate the songs “Tomorrow” and “Let’s Go to the Movies”)
1 Coloring Sheet
PLEASE NOTE: This is a digital download. You will receive an email with a link to download your product. YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A PHYSICAL PRODUCT. It is your responsibility to know how to download and open the files. After purchase, if you do not receive an email check your SPAM folder.
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