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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Lesson Plans and Fun Projects for Students blue bullet point Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a book that stands the test of time. Roald Dahl's story continues to capture the attention and imaginations of children today, as it did when it was first published in 1964.

blue bullet point This story features the adventures of a young and ordinary boy who wins the opportunity to tour a mysterious factory that is owned by an eccentric chocolate maker.

blue bullet point The hero of the story is Charlie Bucket, a poor child who lives with his parents and four grandparents in a little ramshackled house that is sparse, but filled with love. The family barely has enough money to buy food and they survive by eating bread, potatoes, and cabbage. Poor Charlie Bucket is practically starving to death, but his luck changes for the better when he wins a chance to visit Willy Wonka's fabulous, top-secret chocolate factory.

blue bullet point Instead of choosing adults or monsters as the antagonists, Roald Dahl has created four naughty, and memorable, children as the villains in this tale of good versus evil. In the end, the four bratty children are punished and receive exactly what they deserve.

blue bullet point Your students will enjoy rooting for Charlie Bucket during his many trials and tribulations. They will be captivated as they read about Charlie's amazing adventures in Willy Wonka's magical chocolate factory.

blue bullet point At the end of the story, your students will cheer when the hero emerges victorious and wins Willy Wonka's respect, as well as his scrumdiddlyumptious chocolate factory!

blue bullet point Children, teachers, and parents will certainly enjoy the moral of the story, that good behavior is always rewarded!

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Roald Dahl Teaching Resources blue bullet point When I am completing a literature study of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with my students, I like to provide them with a variety of different reading and listening opportunities.

blue bullet point For example:

  • I read Chapter 1 aloud to my students.
  • I divide my students into groups and they read Chapter 2 together by taking turns reading aloud.
  • Students listen to Chapter 3 on an audio CD.
  • Students read Chapter 4 silently to themselves.
  • We read Chapter 5 together as a whole class, and I randomly select different students to read aloud.
  • I repeat these same steps for reading the remaining chapters.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Lesson Plans and Ideas blue bullet point Roald Dahl's birthday is on September 13, so I enjoy beginning this novel study on the author's birthday.

blue bullet point All of the teaching resources on this page include a second version of each resource that contains British spelling rules (colour instead of color, favourite instead of favorite, etc).

blue bullet point Below you will find some of the fun and unique Charlie and the Chocolate Factory lesson plans that I have developed over the years to use with my own students.



Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory Group Project

An Extra Large Cooperative Group Project
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Group Project Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

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Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory Group Project
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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Roald Dahl Fun Group Project Ideas and Lesson Plans blue bullet point One of my students' favorite projects to complete during the entire school year is my Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory group groject.

blue bullet point For this project, students work together to write descriptions and draw pictures about what happens to the four naughty children in the following factory rooms:

  • Augustus Gloop: Chocolate Room
  • Violet Beauregarde: Invention Room
  • Veruca Salt: Nut Room
  • Mike Teavee: Television Room

blue bullet point Next, the groups write descriptions and draw pictures for the following characters:

  • Willy Wonka
  • Charlie Bucket
  • Oompa-Loompas

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl Group Projects

This Charlie and the Chocolate Factory group project display
is from Lisa's Grade 4 classroom in Connecticut.


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory First Draft Creative Writing Worksheets blue bullet point I believe that it is important for students to go through the steps of the writing process.

blue bullet point For this reason, my students never begin their Charlie and the Chocolate Factory group projects by writing on their final draft factory templates, instead they write on first draft worksheets.

blue bullet point Next, my students edit and revise their work together and I circulate around my classroom and provide assistance as needed.


blue bullet point This set of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory teaching resources contains four worksheets for students to write their first drafts on. On my first draft worksheets, I have designed the writing line spaces to match the spaces on the final draft factory templates.


Below are examples of the four first draft worksheets.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Printable Worksheets for Student Projects

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory First Draft Creative Writing Worksheets

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Group Project: First Draft Worksheets


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Roald Dahl Group Project Assembling Directions blue bullet point This set of Roald Dahl teaching resources includes step by step directions on how to assemble the 10 project templates together to form a large factory.

blue bullet point Depending on the age of your students, you could assemble these factory projects ahead of time for your students. Each factory takes me around 10 minutes to assemble myself.

blue bullet point Older students are able to assemble this large group project on their own. I have given my Grade 5 students the assembling directions worksheets (shown below), and they were able to assemble these large chocolate factory projects themselves.


Below is an example of the assembling directions worksheets.


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Project Directions Worksheets

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Group Project: Assembling Directions Worksheet
Pages 1 and 2 (Page 3 is not shown)


Below: There are specific directions written on the actual
chocolate factory templates that show students where to cut and glue.


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Group Project Templates and Printable Worksheets

Example of assembling directions printed on the chocolate factory template worksheets.


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Fun Group Project Templates and Worksheets Examples blue bullet point Students should proofread and edit their first drafts together before they begin working on their final draft chocolate factory projects.

blue bullet point This unique and fun group project for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory includes 10 printable worksheets with templates that assemble into a large factory.

blue bullet point When the project has been assembled, the finished chocolate factory measures 22 inches in width and 20 inches in height.

blue bullet point After students have described the main events that happened in the 4 factory rooms and have described Willy Wonka, Charlie Bucket, and the Oompa-Loompas, there is an area on each template for the group members to draw these events and characters.

blue bullet point Your students will love working on this large group project together and the finished chocolate factory group projects will make a dynamic and eye catching classroom or hallway display.


Below are examples of the 10 chocolate factory templates.

Due to the small size of the text, I removed the assembling directions that are written on
these templates for this photograph example. On the actual factory templates, there are
assembling directions written on the worksheets (see the photograph above for an example).


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Fun Group Project Templates and Lesson Plans

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Lesson Plans: 10 Factory Templates

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Fun Group Project Example and Ideas for Lesson Plans

Example of the 10 Factory Templates Assembled Together


Grading Rubric For Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Project blue bullet point When your students have completed their group projects, they can evaluate their Charlie and the Chocolate Factory projects using the grading rubric.

blue bullet point After your students have graded their group projects, there is also an area on the grading rubric for the teacher to evaluate the projects.

blue bullet point Below is an example of the group project grading rubric that is included in this set of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory teaching resources.


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Group Project Grading Rubric

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Group Project: Grading Rubric


blue bullet point When I am first introducing my students to a new project, I believe that it is important for them to have a visual example of what their final draft projects will look like. I always assemble the project myself beforehand and display it at the front of my classroom.

blue bullet point To save you time in coloring the chocolate factory project that you show to your students as an example, I have included color factory templates for you to use so that you do not have to spend time coloring these templates yourself.


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Book Report Group Projects and Tempaltes

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Teaching Resources: Color Factory Templates


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Free Bulletin Board Display Banner and Teaching Resources blue bullet point I know that it takes teachers a lot of valuable time to assemble their bulletin board displays.

blue bullet point Many teachers spend hours of time cutting out large display letters or making a banner on their own at home on their computers.

blue bullet point This time is valuable and better spent on developing your classroom curriculum and grading papers, so I have designed two banners for your bulletin board display.

blue bullet point If you have access to a laminating machine, you can laminate these banners so that they are durable and you can use them year after year for bulletin board displays of your students' Charlie and the Chocolate Factory group projects.


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Roald Dahl Fun Group Project Ideas

Charlie Chocolate Factory Lesson Plans and Teaching Resources Banner

Above: These 2 banners are included for free in this set
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blue bullet point Finally, I have created 8 Willy Wonka themed accent pieces to assist you in decorating your bulletin board display featuring your students' finished chocolate factory projects.


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Bulletin Board Display Ideas and Examples

Bulletin Board Display Accent Pieces


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Ideas and Examples for Fun Group Projects

Above: My students show off their finished
Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory group project.

Behind my students is a bulletin board display of their character body book reports.
These character body book reports are available for purchase below.



8 Character Body Book Report Projects:

Willy Wonka, Charlie Bucket, Augustus Gloop,
Veruca Salt, Violet Beauregarde, Mike Teavee,
Grandpa Joe, and an Oompa Loompa


Willy Wonka From Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Fun Project Activity


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8 Character Body Projects For Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Author: Roald Dahl

This set of lesson plans includes teaching resources to make
character body book reports for these 8 Roald Dahl characters:
Willy Wonka, Charlie Bucket, Augustus Gloop, Veruca Salt,
Violet Beauregarde, Mike Teavee, Grandpa Joe, and an Oompa Loompa


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Above: Classroom Bulletin Board Display of Character Body Book Reports
Note: These examples are from a variety of different Roald Dahl books.

Left to Right: Miss Honey, Willy Wonka, Augustus Gloop, Aunt Sponge, Veruca Salt,
Willy Wonka, Matilda, Mr. Twit, The BFG, Violet Beauregarde, and Mr. Twit


Oompa Loompa Project Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Roald Dahl blue bullet point Your students will love creating large projects shaped like the characters from this book written by Roald Dahl.

blue bullet point Traditionally, requiring students to write about a character from a book is a task that most students find quite boring. By using these body shaped book report templates, your students will be enthusiastic about writing descriptions for these funny Roald Dahl characters.

blue bullet point The writing templates and graphic organizers that I have designed fit inside on the character's shirt and outside on the character's vest, arms, pants, or skirt.


Violet Beauregarde Project Ideas and Examples from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl blue bullet point This unique set of lesson plans contains all of the teaching resources that you will need for your students to write about the characters from this story. The only additional material required to complete this project is construction paper.

blue bullet pointYou will be amazed at some of the creative ideas that your students come up with as they are individualizing their projects to represent their character's appearance, personality, and interests.

blue bullet point My students complete these fun projects prior to our Roald Dahl Day. On this day, my students dress up like their characters and share their projects in class.

blue bullet point This set of teaching resources for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory contains worksheet directions and printable templates to make character body book reports for Willy Wonka, Charlie Bucket, Augustus Gloop, Veruca Salt, Violet Beauregarde, Mike Teavee, Grandpa Joe, and an Oompa Loompa.

blue bullet point There are 8 individual sets of teaching resources, one for each character, and each set is individualized for that particular character.

Charlie Bucket, Willy Wonka, Veruca Salt, Violet Beauregarde, Mike Teavee, and Augustus Gloop Main Characters blue bullet point Examples of Different Writing Topics:

  • For Willy Wonka, students explain why he decided to have his contest and why he gave his chocolate factory to Charlie at the end of the story.
  • For Charlie Bucket, students describe his family, home, and how Charlie found the last Golden Ticket.
  • For Grandpa Joe, students describe how he demonstrated that he cared about his grandson.
  • For Augustus Gloop, students write a character description and explain how he found the first Golden Ticket.
  • For Violet Beauregarde, students explain how Violet can improve her attitude, behavior, and actions.
  • For the Oompa Loompa, students explain where Oompa-Loompas came from, what they look like, and why they now live in Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory.

blue bullet point There is a second version of each character's worksheets and templates that contains British spelling rules (colour instead of color, favourite instead of favorite, etc).

blue bullet point This set of teaching resources contains materials for 8 different characters, and there are 10 individualized worksheets and templates for each character.

Willy Wonka, Charlie Bucket, August Gloop, Violet Beauregarde, Veruca Salt, Mike Teevea Character Book Reports blue bullet point Consequently, this set of Roald Dahl teaching resources contains 80 printable worksheets and templates.

  • Directions for how to assemble the character body projects (2 pages)
  • Directions for gluing the templates onto the character's body (1 page)
  • First draft writing worksheets (3 pages)
  • Final draft creative writing templates (3 pages)
  • Group project grading rubric worksheet (1 page)

blue bullet point In addition, this set includes a 5 page bulletin board display banner (shown above) and character name cards to use for your finished bulletin board display (shown below).

1. Assembling Directions (2 Pages)

Willy Wonka Character Book Report Project Charlie and the Chocolate Factory blue bullet point This fun project contains directions on how to fold a piece of construction paper into a body shape (there are slightly different directions for male and female characters).

  • The character's body has a vest that opens up to show the shirt area, where students glue their longer writing sections.
  • On the outside of the vest, students glue the pocket, which contains the character's name.
  • There are 10 adjective boxes that are glued on the character's arms, pants, skirt, or legs.

blue bullet point This set of teaching resources includes 2 pages of detailed assembling directions that show students how to assemble this character project.

Main Character Book Report Templates and Worksheets Charlie and the Chocolate Factory blue bullet point Below is a sample of the assembling directions worksheets. Some of the 8 steps in this set of directions have been covered and are not show in this example.

blue bullet point The picture examples on the actual assembling directions worksheets demonstrate exactly how, in 8 steps, to cut and fold the construction paper to form a character body that has a vest that opens.

blue bullet point These directions show how to design a male character that is wearing pants or a female character (Veruca or Violet) that is wearing a skirt.

blue bullet point Below is an example of the directions worksheet for the Willy Wonka character body project.


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Main Character Project Directions

Assembling Directions Worksheet For Willy Wonka Character Project
The other 7 characters' worksheets are not shown.


Main Characters Fun Book Report Projects for Roald Dahl Charlie Chocolate Factory blue bullet point It is impossible to tell you the measurements of this project because each student designs their own head, hands, legs, and feet for their characters.

blue bullet point Without these additional body parts, the main part of this project measures 18 inches in width and 12 inches in height. Students then add the head, hands, legs, and feet to this main body section.

blue bullet point Everything that you need to complete these character projects is included in this set of teaching resources. Your students will need scissors, glue, tape, coloring pencils, and construction paper to complete these projects.

blue bullet point For the main body section of this character project, each student will need a piece of construction paper that measures 12 inches x 18 inches. Students will also need construction paper to make the character's head, hands, and feet. In addition, my students often bring in yarn and fabric from home for their character's hair and clothes.

2. Directions For Gluing Templates Onto the Character's Body


Chocolate Bar blue bullet point Each set of character worksheets includes directions for how to glue the final draft templates onto the character's body.

blue bullet point Each set of gluing directions is slightly different due to the different writing topics for the 8 different characters. Below is an example of the directions for the Willy Wonka project.


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Willy Wonka Project Directions

Gluing Directions Worksheet For Willy Wonka Character Project
The other 7 characters' worksheets are not shown.

3. First Draft Writing Worksheets


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory First Draft Printable Worksheets blue bullet point I believe that the writing process is important and that teachers should use process writing whenever possible.

blue bullet point For this reason, my students never begin their Roald Dahl character projects by writing on their final draft character body templates, instead they write on first draft worksheets. Next, my students edit and revise their written work on their own, with a partner, or in individual writing conferences with me.

blue bullet point This character body book report project is designed so that each writing section is glued onto the shirt and vest area of the character's body.

blue bullet point There are three different writing topics for each character. In addition, students have to select 10 adjectives that describe their characters.

blue bullet pointEach character's writing topics are slightly different.

blue bullet point Examples:

  • For Willy Wonka students describe his Chocolate Factory, the Golden Ticket Contest, and explain why Willy Wonka decided to give his Chocolate Factory to Charlie Bucket.
  • For Violet Beauregarde students describe The Nut Room and what happened to her in that room, how she won the 3rd Golden Ticket, and advice to Violet on how she can improve her attitude, behavior, and actions.

blue bullet point On my first draft worksheets, I have designed the writing line spaces to match the spaces allotted on the final draft character templates.

blue bullet pointEach set includes three pages of first draft writing worksheets. Below are examples of the first draft worksheets for the Willy Wonka character project.


Willy Wonka Projects First Draft Printable Worksheets
Willy Wonka Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Projects and Worksheets
Willy Wonka Main Character Projects Descriptive Adjectives Worksheets

First Draft Worksheets For Willy Wonka Character Project
The other 7 characters' worksheets are not shown.

4. Final Draft Creative Writing Templates


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Final Draft Character Project Templates blue bullet point Each character set includes three worksheets of final draft writing templates. After students have written their final drafts, they cut out these template pieces and glue them onto their character's body according to the directions worksheet.

blue bullet point These text boxes and templates for the 8 characters are all the same size, but the writing topics inside them are slightly different for each character.

blue bullet point Below are examples of the final draft templates for the Willy Wonka character project.


Willy Wonka Character Description Worksheets
Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory Character Projects and Templates
Willy Wonka Final Draft Project Templates and Worksheets

Final Draft Templates For Willy Wonka Character Project
The other 7 characters' final draft templates are not shown.

5. Grading and Evaluation Rubric


Grading Rubric For Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Project blue bullet point A grading rubric is included in this set of teaching resources. I believe that it is important for students to evaluate their own work, so this project contains an assessment section for both students and teachers.

blue bullet point When students evaluate their character projects, they color in the faces on their grading rubric worksheets. When a teacher evaluates the projects, the teacher circles the small numbers inside each box on the printable worksheets.

blue bullet point Below is an example of the grading rubric for the Willy Wonka character project.


Willy Wonka Character Project Grading Rubric Worksheet

Grading Rubric For Willy Wonka Character Project
The other 7 characters' evaluation rubrics are not shown.

6. Eight Character Name Cards

blue bullet point This set of teaching resources includes 8 character name cards for you to use as labels for your bulletin board display of these unique Charlie and the Chocolate Factory student projects.


Willy Wonka, Charlie Bucket, Augustus Gloop, Veruca Salt, Mike Teevee, Violet Beauregarde Characters and Fun Ideas for Projects

7. Bulletin Board Display Banner

blue bullet point To help save you time in preparing your bulletin board display of your students' Charlie and the Chocolate Factory character body projects, this set includes a 5 page bulletin board display banner.


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Character Projects Free Bulletin Board Display Banner

This 5 page banner is included for free in this set of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory teaching resources.


Use These Fun Projects
On Roald Dahl Day!

Roald Dahl Day Student Main Character Projects and Ideas for Costumes blue bullet point Your students will be enthusiastic about completing these fun and unique projects about the characters from Roald Dahl's novel, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

blue bullet point You can let your students chose which characters they want to do a project on, or you can assign different characters to your students. These projects also work well as collaborative group projects.

blue bullet point If you are planning a Roald Dahl Day, these character projects are a fantastic idea to use as a project for students to have ready and completed for your Roald Dahl Day.

blue bullet point I have my students dress up in costumes as their characters on our Roald Dahl Day. My students share their projects with their classmates and give a short speech pretending to be their characters.


Willy Wonka Roald Dahl Day Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

blue bullet point Above: This student has dressed up as Willy Wonka. In the directions worksheets that are included in this set, students are encouraged to use their imagination and add additional decorations to their character's body that would individualize them. This student has put a top hat on his Willy Wonka project and he is carrying a cane.


Veruca Salt Roald Dahl Day Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

blue bullet point Above: This student has dressed up as Veruca Salt. I love this picture because it shows how involved this girl's mother was with helping her prepare for our Roald Dahl Day. She is wearing a dress that matches the fabric that she used for her Veruca Salt character project.


Violet Beauregarde Roald Dahl Day Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

blue bullet point Above: This student has dressed up as Violet Beauregarde. She has individualized her project by having a big chewing gum bubble in front of Violet's face. She's also dressed Violet in blue and wore the same matching color herself. This student was very excited to give her speech in front of the class because she was allowed to chew gum while she delivered her speech!


Charlie Bucket Roald Dahl Day Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Above: This student has dressed up as Charlie Bucket.

I hope that your students enjoy creating these Roald Dahl
character projects as much as mine have over the years!


Veruca Salt Fun Character Projects for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Roald Dahl



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