Kung Fu Panda Inspired Learning

Are your kids Kung Fu Panda fans? Jazz up your homeschool lessons with some Kung Fu Panda inspired learning! Homeschool Share offers lots of free resources to help you on your way.

In preparation to go see Kung Fu Panda 3 at the theater, my boys and I re-watched Kung Fu Panda 2 last weekend.

About ten minutes in to the show, I realized, “Hey! We have a Panda Lapbook at Homeschool Share; I should probably mention that on Facebook.” And then I tried to make a mental list of the Furious Five. I asked the boys to rattle them off. “Tiger, Mantis, Viper, Monkey, Crane.”

I tried to make another mental list. Do we have lapbooks for ALL of these Kung Fu Panda animals on Homeschool Share?

Panda? Yes! One of our first-ever animal studies was the Giant Panda Lapbook.

Giant Panda Animal Study and Lapbook at Homeschool Share

Tigress? Yep. Here is our Tiger Lapbook.

Tiger Animal Study and Lapbook at Homeschool Share

Mantis? Check-check. We have a Mantis Lapbook.

Praying Mantis Animal Study and Lapbook at Homeschool Share
Viper? Well, we have a Snake Lapbook, and it mentions vipers. Good enough.

Snake Animal Study and Lapbook at Homeschool Share

Monkey? Yessiree. Monkey Lapbook. If you want to learn more about the species seen in the movie, research Gee’s Golden Langure.

Crane?      Crane?      Crane?      Nope.     Sigh.

Really, friends. I had one and only one option: begin the research for a Crane Lapbook. I finished up the new templates last night, and now ask me. Go ahead. Ask.

Crane? Yeehaw! Yes m’am, we have a lapbook!

Cranes Lapbook at Homeschool Share

So, if your kiddos are bananas-bonkers for Kung Fu Panda movies, you might want to ask them which character is a favorite and spend some time learning more about that animal. You could also take a few lapbook pieces from each study and combine them for a big Kung Fu Panda lapbook. And if you have a child who is over the moon about Kung Fu Panda, you could complete all six studies for a ginormo-sized notebook!

And because Homeschool Share is kind of like “The Song That Never Ends,” you can also check out our China Lapbook and our Lapbook-Any-Movie.

I hope “The Song That Never Ends,” isn’t stuck in your head the rest of the day, and I also hope you remember to stop at Homeschool Share to find resources to complement whatever you are studying (even if it isn’t Kung Fu Panda!).

Image credit:
“Golden langur” by The original uploader was Amartyabag at English Wikipedia – Transferred from en.wikipedia to Commons by Ekabhishek using CommonsHelper.. Licensed under CC BY-SA 2.5 via Commons 

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