Moana: Finding Your Way in the World



All ages


Medium (5-11 activities)


England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

During the course of the film Moana finds her true path in life. In this resource, based on Disney's Moana, young people will immerse themselves into the world of the film in order to explore the themes of identify and self-discovery, to ultimately create their own wayfinding map.

Suitable for young people aged 7-11, the activities can be cherry-picked by teachers or leaders for use in an Into Film Club, or if you wish, the classroom, with connections to English/literacy, PSHE education, and Art and Design across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Learning objectives and curriculum links are available as a guide only, should you wish to refer to them, but this may not be necessary for your club setting. These Leaders' notes are designed to be used in conjunction with the accompanying materials: Moana: Finding Your Way in the World PowerPoint presentation, activity booklet and, if necessary, curriculum links.

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Moana Finding Your Way in the World Activity Booklet

This document includes activities and worksheets for members.

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Moana Finding Your Way in the World notes

This document provides the teachers' notes for this resource.

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Moana Finding Your Way in the World PowerPoint presentation

This PowerPoint presentation accompanies the Moana resource.

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