Robinson Crusoe Fun Activities

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Daniel Defoe

Write a short biography for Defoe.


Create a family tree for Crusoe.


Create a diorama of Crusoe's habitats on the island.


Create a list of things you would want to have if you were stranded on an uninhabited island.

Crusoe Twenty-first Century

Discuss with a group how Crusoe's story might have been difficult if he had been stranded in the twenty-first century.


Research colonialism in the seventeenth century and write a brief description of what you learned and how it relates to Crusoe's behavior toward native peoples.

Create a menu for a meal that Crusoe might have eaten after he had been on the island for a number of years.

Crusoe and Friday

Draw a portrait of Crusoe and Friday.

Map It

Create a map showing Crusoe's travels.


Draw a sketch of what Crusoe's plantation might have looked like.


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