Mary Poppins Mega Pack
Mary Poppins is a musical loved by people of all ages. 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 1964 movie version of this musical with Julie Andrews. The viewing guide was designed to be used while watching the movie. All of the other sheets could work after viewing any other recordings or performances of Mary Poppins.
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 Mary Poppins (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
Happily Ever After – Write an alternate ending to the story
Character Analysis-8 different pages to use to analyze, describe and compare characters
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 two sheets 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
Mary Poppins Is/Can/Has worksheets in two styles
Maryisms –Explain some of the sayings of Mary Poppins (3rd grade and up)
Acrostically Perfect in Every Way –Create an acrostic poem with details from the musical
Extraordinary –Explain how ordinary things were used in extraordinary ways in this musicals.
Cartoon Craziness-Writing prompt about cartoons.
A Classy Situation –Read a short passage about societal classes in Edwardian England and answer a few questions.
Sister Suffrage –Write a letter to Mrs. Banks regarding her work for women’s suffrage.
Mary Poppins Patterns and Key –This worksheet asks students to sort words from Mary Poppins by the number of syllables in them and then match them to simple rhythm patterns.
Word Search and Key
Illustrate the songs “Feed the Birds” and “Let’s Go Fly a Kite” and “Chim Chim Cher-ee)
1 Coloring Sheet
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