Of course Aslan is the most important character in the Chronicles of Narnia, appearing in every book and - according to the author CS Lewis - representing Jesus Christ. Have a go at this character study printable to see what the kids have learned about Aslan.
Narnia Character Studies
Explore the characters of Narnia in just a little bit more detail with the help of our character study worksheets. Each one asks the children to describe the character, pick out some character traits and some of the more interesting things they say or do, and then decide whether they would want to have the character as a friend. I know which Narnia characters I would choose to have on my side!
Of all the Pevensie children, Edmund starts out as the least likeable! But over the course of the stories his character changes, much for the better. Use our character study printable to explore how the kids feel about Edmund.
It is hard not to like Lucy Pevensie, and of course she is central to the first Narnia story that most of us read, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Here is a character study printable that you can use with the kids to explore her character further.
Lucy makes friends with Mr Tumnus - but he has to battle with his conscience to do the right thing! Use our character study printable to explore his character further.
Peter Pevensie is the oldest and the most responsible of the Pevensie children. Use our character study printable to explore Peter's character further.
Reepicheep is small but brave and gallant! Find out what the kids think about this character with the help of this fun character study printable.
Susan Pevensie is the oldest girl in the Narnia stories. She is motherly, but an accomplished archer and brave in battle. What else do you know about her? Use our character study to find out what the kids think!