Harry Potter Lesson Plans and Teaching Resources

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Today’s release of the trailer for Part II of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (see below if you missed it!) prompted me to put together some lesson plans and other resources to use with the books. I admit that I absolutely love the series, and read them entirely on my own before I had my own children (so in my early 30’s, not as a young adult)! I then read them again prior to each movie release, and again aloud to my son. He is now 9 and has read them again on his own (some several times). This epic series is a perfect way to engage your students and children for now and for years to come. There are so many different ways to incorporate the books into lessons across the curriculum. If you have any of your own lesson plans to contribute, please leave a comment. Thanks! Here is the trailer I promised (with resources and lessons below):

Harry Potter Lesson Plans

 

Harry Potter Webquests

Harry Potter Printables and Activities


There are literally thousands of products featuring these famous characters, from books to games to clothing. Here are a few of my favorite items at great prices that are sure to please your students, children, and yes, even you!

I would love to hear how you incorporate Harry Potter into your lessons, whether they are at home or in the classroom! Please leave a comment sharing your favorite ways to use this fabulous series!

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  4. Jody says:

    What a great resource for teachers! There is no easier way to learn than when you’re thoroughly interested in the topic, and no easier to teach than when you have enthusiastic students. Potter has been so popular over the last 10 years…it’s a great idea to get students interested.

    I’m definitely passing this on!

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