Relevantly themed lessons and classroom transformations are popular topics right now in the education world. If you happen to be having a Disney Villains day at school, you are definitely going to need to keep this list handy. Not only does it include Disney villain learning activities, but it also includes some fun and interesting games and entertaining ideas for kids of many ages. They help make learning fun and engaging for kids, and keep your Disney villain heart happy!
1. Disney Villains Textual Evidence Activity
Supporting a claim is an important benchmark that students in upper elementary need to learn. This activity provides an engaging way to practice this skill by choosing the most accurate evidence to support claims that convict Disney villains of their crimes.
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2. Mystery Graph Pictures
Who thought Disney villains could help you learn math? Help students practice graphing coordinates with this fun math activity featuring the evil doers of Disney.
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3. What Makes Evil?
This lesson is intended to take Disney villains and use them to teach about stereotypes and objective thinking. Without using any villain textual evidence, students will be asked to write about what they see to open up a discussion surrounding the lesson objectives.
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4. Disney Villain Bamboozle
Want to test your students’ knowledge of Disney villains? Now is your chance with a competitive and interactive trivia game of Bamboozle where your students will be asked questions about common villains.
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5. The Other Side of the Story
This is a fun writing activity designed to get students thinking about the perspective of characters. After a brainstorming session, kids will be writing paragraphs about villains explaining why they are just simply misunderstood characters.
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6. Inspiring Disney Villain Quotes
Using figurative language and analyzing text is sometimes a difficult thing to teach children. Have students practice analyzing text using these infamous Disney villain quotes. What makes these even more interesting is that they segway into great conversations!
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7. Word Search
This Disney villain-themed worksheet is a fun brain break for kids that helps develop spelling skills and focus. Kids always seem to love word searches so you should certainly add this one to your Disney villain day!
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8. Math Vocabulary: Disney Villains Game
More Disney villain math, but this time students can practice using a polygraph. They can answer questions about math vocabulary between rounds; making math more interesting and switching up the same regular routines.
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9. Draw Disney Villains
If you teach art (or even if you don’t) this is a fun activity to teach kids how to draw Disney villains. From Cruella De Vil to Maleficent and other popular villains, kids will love these step-by-step videos that bring out their inner artists.
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10. Disney Villains Coloring
This would be a great addition to your social-emotional learning (SEL) time at school. These detailed coloring books or as many call them, “adult” coloring books, offer a therapeutic activity to complete while you are having a teacher-led discussion on one of many SEL topics for kids.
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11. Teaching Theme Using Disney Villains
This website offers an intriguing insight into each of the Disney villains. This would be the perfect opener for any lessons on theme or message. It proves evidence from the films as well as reasoning to explain what the reader can learn from each story.
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12. Heroes vs. Villains Descriptive Writing Activity
Disney villains are the perfect villains to use in this activity where kids are comparing and contrasting heroes and villains. This lesson comes complete with a banner to help display the writing after students finish.
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13. Guess the Disney Villains Voice
What a fun Disney villains trivia game! Students will be required to “guess the voice” of the respective villain and hopefully get the correct answer; gaining points for their team. This low-prep game is a fun brain break or free time activity.
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14. Mystery Villains Division Practice
The only way to figure out what these Disney villains’ mystery graph pictures are, is to correctly complete the division equations. The only student materials needed are these printables and your students will have a quick and fun way to practice their division knowledge!
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15. Disney Villains Workout With Math
Tie movement and math into your Disney villain theme as students wiggle their wiggles out and practice some fast math facts to help them become better mathematicians. With a fun video game feel, kids will love the video!
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16. Disney Villain Quiz
Add a little humor to the school day with this funny quiz asking which Disney villain should be the student’s online teacher. Several game rounds ask questions to narrow down which villain will be the teacher and why.
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17. Disney Villains Worksheet Bundle
Help students in all elementary grades practice success in a fun and relevant way. With letter tracing, counting, tracing numbers, and more, these worksheets are a one-stop-shop for Disney-themed lessons.
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18. A Sociological View of Disney Villains
This Outschool series of videos would make a great activity for students in sociology class who are learning about past trauma, life events, and other things that contribute to the makeup of a person and their choices.
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19. Create a Villain
Using Disney villains as inspiration, kids will learn how to create a believable villain to include in their creative writing stories. The final piece, prior to creating their own villain, is creating a wanted poster outlining everything about the villain.
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20. Villains Kindergarten Activity Pack
This pack of counting activities, motor skills practice, and letter and number tracing will have your students working hard with these engaging worksheets. Complete with answer sheets, you’ll want to snag these for your resource kit.
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